Valid from 29 March 2024 - 30 September 2024
The summer timetable for 29 March 2024 to 30 Sept 2024 can be viewed below and bookings up to 30 September are now available. The period 1-20 October inclusive will be released when our vessel deployment plan for the overhaul period is complete. We've published details on dates and routes in our customer update.
Tiree Music Festival - An amended timetable will operate between 10 - 17 July to accommodate Tiree Music Festival - View the amended timetable.
Check-in is 45 minutes prior to departure for both vehicles and passengers - otherwise space will be reallocated. Late check-in may also lead to the vehicle being refused carriage.
Planning ahead - Book your ticket online before in advance of travel - even if you're a foot passenger. When you book online, you will immediately receive an eTicket direct to your email inbox. Each eTicket has a QR code, meaning you'll instantly be ready to board. There's no need to print at home or collect your tickets at the port, eTickets can be scanned from your device.
Travelling with a bike - If you're travelling as a foot passenger and bringing your bike, please add your bike(s) to your booking, - this means that you have more certainty about space. This ticket will remain free of charge. If you're a vehicle passenger, travelling with a bike or roof rack, please add your details when prompted in the booking platform.
Concessions and blue badge holders - SPT Ferry Card, Companion SPT Ferry Card and Blue Badge concessions are now available online, meaning they'll be applied to your ticket. This is an alternative to visiting the port office / speaking with staff. Please continue to carry your concession card or equivalent when you travel.
Campervans/Motorhomes - At the request of Argyll & Bute Council, we have been asked to advise our customers, at time of booking a campervan/motorhome, that they are required to secure a pitch for their vehicle on the island in advance of travelling. Please ensure you have agreed overnight provisions prior to travel to the islands. Find out more about changes that have been made to the motorhomes, campervans and caravans standby process.