Ferry to Mull
Book ferries to the Isle of Mull from Oban, Kilchoan, Lochaline and Iona
Mull, commonly known as the Isle of Mull, has four ports, Tobermory, Craignure, Fishnish and Fionnphort. Tobermory sits on the North shore and connects Mull to Kilchoan in Lochaber in the Scottish Highlands. Craignure lies on the East coast and provides connections to Oban in Argyll and Bute, mainland Scotland. Fishnish lies between Tobermory and Craignure, providing connections to Lochaline in the Morvern area of the Scottish Highlands. Fionnphort is on the West coast of Mull with sailings to the small island of Iona. The Isle of Mull can easily be reached by Oban from Fort William which is just over an hour away by car.
You can book ferries from the Isle of Mull simply and easily on AFerry. To get a better idea of the range of services available, please look at the departures board below.
Ferries to and from Mull
Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) Ferries operates a large variety of vessels. If the journey time is short, facilities may be limited. Otherwise, there is a full range including dining options and areas to enjoy a hot or cold drink or engage in a spot of souvenir shopping.
Tobermory port facilities
The harbour is at the heart of Tobermory, so you'll find all amenities you could need nearby; including shops, a bank, restaurants and accommodation. The main A849 road on the Isle of Mull leads to Tobermory.
Craignure port facilities
At the pier's end is the car park for ferry traffic. Opposite is Mull's main Tourist Information Centre and the village shops. Craignure can be accessed using the A849 road which runs along Mull's East coast. Craignure is a popular access point from mainland Scotland via Oban, which is just over an hour away from Fort William by car.
Fishnish port facilities
Fishnish is a small slipway and thus there are no facilities at the port itself. From the A849 between Tobermory and Craignure, take the A884 turning for the Fishnish slipway. Bus services are available to coincide with some CalMac sailings, but not all so it is advisable to check times ahead of travel.
Fionnphort port facilities
There is a CalMac building at the port with a small tea room serving hot and cold beverages and often delicious homemade cakes. Nearby you'll find "The Ferry Shop" selling convenience items with an arts and crafts shop next-door. Fionnphort is well signposted around Mull and coach services are available due to the popularity of day trips to Mull's neighbouring island, Iona.
Mull is the third largest island in Scotland, with more than 300 miles of coastline with spectacular views of other islands in the Hebrides and the Highlands. The Isle of Mull is packed with wildlife and guided tours are available to help you see everything the island has to offer.
The Isle of Mull has a rich cultural heritage. There are many historical sites to visit, including the stone circle at Loch Buie, medieval castles, and traditional Scottish country houses.
You may recognise the main town of Tobermory, even if you are not sure where you have seen the distinctive colourful houses surrounding the harbour before. Popular children's television show Balamory was in fact based on Tobermory.
Scotland, in general, is well-known for the fantastic local produce available, and Mull is no exception. Surrounded by sea, and with many farms on the island, Mull is a natural larder for quality food produce which is utilised by the restaurants on the island. Some restaurants even grow their own vegetables, and are well worth a visit during your stay.
With so much to see and do on this island, why not book your ferry to Mull simply and securely with AFerry. today?
Isle of Mull Map