Book ferries to Claonaig from Lochranza in Scotland with AFerry.co.uk
Claonaig lies on the east coast of the Kintyre peninsular in Scotland. Ferries from Claonaig sail to Lochranza on the Isle of Arran. Below, you can see ferry timetables for all routes to and from Claonaig and a selection of the best prices our customers have found recently.
Ferries to and from Claonaig
Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) Ferries operates small, environmentally friendly hybrid vessels for sailings from Claonaig. Facilities on board are limited as the journey time is short.
Claonaig port facilities
The Claonaig ferry terminal has a small car park and a bus shelter for the bus service to Tarbert. The nearest amenities are located 10 miles away in Tarbert.
Getting to Claonaig Port
From Glasgow, travel to Inveraray and down Loch Fyne to Lochgilphead onwards to Tarbert. Continue through Tarbert on the road to Campbeltown. Continue on the A83 for around 5 minutes then turn left on to the B8001, signposted for Carradale and Skipness. The Claonaig ferry will be clearly signposted from there.
The 448 bus service runs from Skipness to Tarbert, which stops at Claonaig.
There are plenty of walking opportunities in the surrounding hills, while excursions include trips to the end of the Kintyre peninsula, enjoying the spectacular views along the way.
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The Slipway Claonaig, Argyll, PA29 6YG, Scotland
02 Nov 2017SCOTTISH GLOBETROTTERS
Very smooth crossing. Efficient staff and comfortable seating.
Review by IAN FOREMAN
10 Oct 2017Hidden gem
Review by MALCOLM JAMES
08 Sep 2017Scenic
Wonderful boat trip after driving across Arran and visiting Arran Distillery to enjoy the local product.
Review by LYNETTE TOONE
09 Aug 2017Excellent
All 5 ferry journeys on our tour were excellent
Review by JEFFREY WITHINGTON
29 Jul 2017Good service, staff very friendly
Although a short journey staff were very cheerful and helpful. Onboard facilities very basic but clean. Journey on time.
Review by LORNA