Corran Ferry

Timetable and disruptions


Diversion routes

Corran ferry and rainbow

Please be aware that new fares for the 2022/23 season apply from Friday 1 April 2022.

Corran Ferry Infrastructure Improvement Scheme Update

The initial consultation period for the Corran Ferry Infrastructure Improvement Scheme will close on 22 December 2022. Information and materials from the exhibitions, including access to a feedback survey are available online. Updates on the project including details of future consultation will be shared on the Project’s consultation website and on this page. Thank you to all who have provided feedback on the proposals.

COVID-19 Update

All users of the service should make sure that they follow the latest government advice on hygiene, social distancing and face coverings when using the service.

  • Payment by card is preferred to cash but if paying by cash, travellers are advised to have the correct amount ready to hand over to staff.
  • Occupants in vehicles are asked to make sure that for all interaction with staff they turn off the vehicles’ interior fan and wind down their vehicles window before the purser approaches them.
  • By cooperating with the latest government Covid advice on the ferry at all times to protect the public and the crew hopefully we will continue to keep our ferry service running.

The Corran Ferry is currently still running to timetable.

The service is operated by the Highland Council and provides a lifeline connection linking the communities of Fort William, Ardgour, Sunart, Ardnamurchan, Moidart, Morar, Morvern and the Isle of Mull. The ferry serves a wide variety of purposes including providing access to employment and other key services for residents, acting as a gateway for tourists, visiting the peninsulas and meeting the supply chain needs of the above communities.

The ferry provides a regular service 7 days a week.

Phone Corran Ferry Office on 01855 841 243 for general information and details on our conditions of carriage (answering service available).

Plan your journey with Traveline Scotland

As part of the analysis for replacement Corran Vessels/Slipways and supporting infrastructure THC has undertaken a video survey (below) using Time lapse technology to capture exact traffic volumes at peak periods.