Oban (OBA) - Colonsay (CSA) - Port Askaig (PAS) - Kennacraig (KEN)
Last Updated: 09 Jun 2021 20:30
Scotrail Sunday Service up to 25th July
Due to strike action ScotRail are running to an amended timetable, with a reduced service on some route and no services on other routes. Please check your journey before travelling at https://www.scotrail.co.uk/plan-your-journey/passenger-disruption/sunday-strikes-planned
Please note spaces are limited at the Kennacraig car park.
Be prepared. Before travel, check what coronavirus protection level applies to your area through the gov.scot postcode checker
Plan ahead. Our capacity remains restricted. Where possible, book prior to travel, even if you’re a foot passenger.
Stay Safe. Follow our safer travel guidance. On public transport, you must by law wear face covering, unless you are exempt. Safer Travel with CalMac
Payment Information - Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are not accepting cash payment for ticket transactions. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Apple, Google or Samsung Pay. If you need assistance, please speak with a member of staff.
Port Opening Hours – We are operating reduced opening hours at some of our Ports. Check before you travel.
Food and Drink - From 26 April, we'll be increasing the food & drink options on offer to our customers. Find out what will be available on this route here.
ScotRail have provided their next batch of timetables which will operate from 13 December 2020 - 15 May 2021. Due to low crew numbers as a result of Covid-19, ScotRail will be unable to operate a full West Highland Line timetable before May 2021. This has resulted in a few key connections being lost at Oban. These are as follows:
- No 08:25 train arrival at Oban will impact the 10:30 Oban – Colonsay departure on a Friday