Tobermory Ferry Terminal
Isle of Mull
Phone: +44 (0)1475 650397
|GPS Coordinates||N 56.623303 , W -6.063128|
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|Yachts||Yachts enter the harbour and are controlled by Tobermory Harbour Authority, T.H.A. Contact Tobermory Harbour Authority phone number 01688 302876 during office hours. VHF Channel 68|
Only the smallest Cruise ships come alongside the Calmac pier, Lord of the Glens and Hebridean Princess. All other cruise vessels are controlled by THA.
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|Cruise Ship Tenders||Tenders use THA pontoon|
Smaller commercial vessels can tie up on the outside of the ferry which would require prior notice. Any vessel over 300 ton would need to tie up against the pier, which would require the ferry to tie up on its mooring in the bay. This mooring is weather dependant and if conditions are not suitable the ferry will have priority on mooring against the pier.
Anchoring in the bay will be advised by T.H.A..
Fishing vessel tie up at the inner pier. This is the preferred berth as it does not interfere with ferry operations. Fishing vessel land, mostly shellfish, on the inner pier.
|About the local harbour|
Tobermory is a sheltered harbour in all wind directions. It is operated by T.H.A.
|Pilotage guidance||No pilotage is offered. Standing NTMs can be found here|
|Ferry Movements||Seven ferry sailings per day in the summer, three or four per day in the winter with no Sunday sailing. The ferry lies up on the outer face of the pier overnight and when it's not sailing through the day. The ferry has priority for lying up on the pier when the weather is poor. The ferry operates off the slipway during the day.|
|Port Authority / Operator|
Authority: Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL)
Operator: CalMac Harbours (Division of CalMac Ferries Ltd)
|Principle traffic||Passengers / Cargo|
|River / Tidal Berths||Yes|
|Approximate Annual Tonnage||500 000 T|
|Number of Berths||1|
Waste - Yes
|Harbour User Information|
Harbour User Charter can be located at:
The most recent Bathymetric Survey can be found at: