Tobermory Ferry Port


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Tobermory is the sole Burgh on the Isle of Mull, in the Inner Hebrides. Ferries to Tobermory are available from Kilchoan in mainland Scotland. Below, you can see ferry timetables for all routes to and from Tobermory and a selection of the best prices our customers have found recently.

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Ferries to and from Tobermory

Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) Ferries operates small, environmentally friendly hybrid vessels for sailings from Tobermory. Facilities on board are limited as the journey time is short.

Tobermory port facilities

The town of Tobermory is based around the harbour, so you'll find all amenities you could need nearby, including shops, a bank, restaurants and accommodation.

Getting to Tobermory

By Car
The Isle of Mull is small and easy to navigate. The main A849 road leads to Tobermory.

By Ferry
Tobermory is easily accessed from Kilchoan with services provided by CalMac Ferries. The Kilchoan to Tobermory ferry route is available to book with AFerry.

About Tobermory

The first thing you will notice about Tobermory when you reach the port is the colourful buildings that surround the harbour, which children and parents may recognise from popular children's programme Balamory. The town has a good range of shops, hotels, and other accommodation. The harbour is bustling with fishing boats and yachts providing a romantic setting.

Book your ferry to Tobermory from Portavadie or Lochranza simply and securely with AFerry.

Tobermory Map

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Port Addresses

Caledonian MacBrayne

Main Street, Isle of Mull, PA75 6NU, Scotland


  • 23 Oct 2017
    Easy trip
    • Great drive down the Borrowdale peninsula if youre not in the driving seat and can enjoy the views around each blind bend. Lovely little dockside. My friend thoroughly availed himself of the toilets and declared them clean and enjoyable. Ferry was a small one and worn in. Staff were very helpful and the wifi was actually better than it had been on both Arran ferries. As we did 8 ferry trips in 5 days on 7 different ferries we judge ourselves to be learned conoisseurs.

      Review by Rick OShea

  • 23 May 2017
    • good

      Review by GEOFF SHAW

  • 05 Jul 2016
    A lovely crossing to a lovely Island
    • The Ferry staff were very helpful and accommodating, there were no catering facilities as this is a short trip and the boat is very basic, but that is all you need,the boarding and disembarking were perfectly orchestrated

      Review by Steve Winstone

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