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Lochranza is the northernmost village on the Isle of Arran, in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. Below, you can see ferry timetables for all routes to and from Lochranza and a selection of the best prices our customers have found recently.
Ferries to and from Lochranza
Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) Ferries operates small, environmentally friendly hybrid vessels for sailings from Lochranza. Facilities on board are limited as the journey time is short.
Lochranza port facilities
There is a sandwich shop close to the port serving hot and cold drinks and snacks. Most amenities are located in Brodick which is 15 miles from Lochranza.
Getting to Lochaline Port
You can reach Lochranza from Brodick taking the A841 which takes you on a beautiful coastal route.
The 324 bus from Brodick will get you to Lochranza in under an hour and will stop right next to the ferry terminal.
Within the small village of Lochranza you'll find an 18 hole golf course, a distillery, Lochranza Castle and an unbelievably diverse range of wildlife including red deer, golden eagles, red squirrels and seals.
Book your ferry to Lochranza from Claonaig or Tarbert Loch simply and securely with AFerry.
Slipway, Lochranza, Isle of Arran, KA27 8HL, Scotland
20 Jul 2017'Bute'iful
We had pre-booked our tickets for this ferry crossing but these did not allow a time reservation, simply a space on that day. There seemed to be no way of finding out how many cars that ferry would accommodate nor how many cars might be seeking to make that crossing on a summer morning so, as our timing for the next ferry, from Brodick to Ardrossan, was fixed, we decided to aim for an earlier crossing to Arran than the one we'd actually planned for. In the event, this had the practical advantage of allowing us more time on Arran. The Claonaig to Lochranza ferry actually takes about 25 cars and it was not full on our journey. But CalMac really should allow not only pre-booked space but pre-booked time and this is an irksome omission at the present.
Review by WILLIAM EVERSHED
14 Jun 2017Caledonian MacBrayne reluctant to accept an aferry booking
We crossed from the first morning ferry from Claonaig to Lochranza on June 2nd.I showed my booking form from aferry which was not received well from the Caledonian MacBrayne ticket collector on duty who viewed it as a spurious document. He said that there were 'issues'. I was made to feel very much a second class passenger as computer screen was checked and rechecked and safe phone call was made. Begrudgingly my wife and I were issued with a boarding card. Aferry and Caledonian MacBrayne need to sort this out.
Review by MICHAEL SUTHERLAND
01 Jun 2017Motorhome on the water
Easy drive on, easy drive off Staff excellent when we accidentally booked wrong way tickets Good service staff very pleasant Thankyou
Review by CHRIS BEET
12 May 2017Linking the Islands efficiently
Ferry was on time , we loaded and disembarked efficiently ,the staff were helpful and friendly ,also on this day the crossing was calm , so all good from me . One star for catering as I didnt experience it , maybe you need to add an N.A option as a one star doesnt look too good .
Review by STEPHEN WINSTONE
02 May 2017Very friendly staff
Very friendly staff and all on time, great journey!
Review by SOPHIE