Lochaline Ferry Terminal
Phone: +44 (0)1680 340 258 (Press Option 2)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Marine Enquiries Only)
56.5364° N, 5.7759° W
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Not suitable for yacht berthing. Yachts berth on the pontoons in the loch or on various visitor moorings.
Unsuitable for Cruise Ship berthing
Cruise Ship Tenders
No tenders use the slipway
Not used for commercial traffic.
Not used for fishing vessels
About the local harbour
Lochaline is the main village in the Morvern area of Highland, Scotland. It is situated at the mouth of Loch Aline, on the northern shore.
The village is popular with divers due to its proximity to the wrecks of the Sound of Mull.
The village has a snack bar adjacent to the ferry slipway, a shop, post office, restaurant, hotel, social club and marina.
Caledonian MacBrayne operate a regular ferry service to Fishnish all year round. The usual vessel on this route is the MV Lochinvar, which replaced the MV Loch Fyne in 2016.
Anchorages available as per charts.
There are no moorings in the pier area.
There are pontoons in the loch which are operated by Lochaline Harbour - contact details: 01967 421783 / 07583 800 500 / e-mail: email@example.com / VHF Channel 80
Port Authority / Operator
Authority: Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL)
Operator: CalMac Harbours (Division of CalMac Ferries Ltd)
Approx annual tonnage
2 500 000
Passengers / cargo
River / Tidal berths
Number of Berths
Commercial / Cargo Handling Facilities
Waste - No
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