Armadale Ferries


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Armadale, a former mining town is located on the Isle of Skye, in the West Lothian region of Scotland. Isle of Skye offers spectacular views all around and the first glimpse of which can be caught while on the ferry to Armadale. Armadale is the back door to the Isle of Skye. It lies on the low lying Sleat peninsula and the Cuillin Mountains towering behind offer breathtaking views.

You can enjoy the magnificent Armadale beach at low tides or simply drive along the coastal roads to experience the wild beauty of nature surrounded by thick woodlands and green fields. Driving further you can visit the village of Ardvasar and the Aird of Sleat, known for the most spectacular views in Scotland.

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About Armadale

Most of population in Armadale is concentrated around the ferry terminal where you can find various shops, yacht centres from where you can hire yachts for the day and take a tour round the various islands. Armadale is also famous for pottery and you can buy these yourself from the gift shops near the ferry terminal. A visit to the Clan Donald Visitor centre is also worthwhile where you can explore 40 acres of gardens, a museum of the isles with historic exhibits, a gift shop and a restaurant as well.

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Port Addresses


  • 12 Nov 2017
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      Review by IAN HICKMANS

  • 05 Nov 2017
    From a rainy Glencoe to a rainy Skye
    • Excellent trip. Arrived at Mallaig before our appointed sailing. Staff happily moved us to an earlier sailing

      Review by Anon

  • 08 Oct 2017
    From Quay to Quay
    • Excellent crossing. The whole process from online booking to sailing was so easy along with helpful friendly staff

      Review by GARETH PRITCHARD

  • 08 Oct 2017
    From Quay to Quay
    • The crossing was a pleasurable start to my visit to Skye. Helpful staff both at check-in and on board.Booking on line and the sailing were excellent. There was no on board catering on this ferry as it is a quick local crossing.

      Review by GARETH PRITCHARD

  • 16 Aug 2017
    canadian traveler
    • I very much appreciated the trip. We arrived before our scheduled departure time and the crew were able to get our car aboard. This gave us two extra valuable hours to visit Isle of Skye. Wished there was coffee or catering available for this 7h40 sail. Thanks

      Review by Mike

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