Leaving or returning to Fort William, this little passenger ferry crosses Camusnagaul Bay to Loch Linnhe and from Fort William Town Pier.
The crossing takes around ten minutes depositing passengers alongside the lonely A861 on the Ardgour peninsula, leaving the world of hustle and bustle behind you.
Once you have landed turn left along the quiet road. The journey begins.
This service operates all year round Monday to Saturday (Sunday service by special arrangement)
For info or to book the ferry please contact the operator on 07468 417 137. (Click to Call).
Timetable (November 2023)
|Leaves Fort William
|17:30 Request only by 17:00
Fares – Single (November 2023)
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Fort William Ferry Landing
Town Centre Pier
OS Grid Ref: NN 09979 73807
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Camusnagaul Ferry Landing
OS Grid Ref: NN 09490 75062
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All ferry journeys accept the National Entitlement Card (NEC) for the highland region only
Please note: The NEC is for foot passengers ONLY and is not accepted for vehicle drivers.
The Ferry Operator is Dougie Robertson and their website can be found by clicking here.
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