“Ferry travel across Scotland must be for essential travel only. The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced, 22 March 2020, that ferry travel across Scotland must be for essential travel only. From now on the Corran Ferry will be for those who live on the peninsulas, and nearby islands, who have an essential need to travel to or from the mainland, and for essential supplies or business. Nothing else. At present the return of non-residents back to the mainland will also be deemed essential travel.”
The Corran Ferry is currently still running to timetable.
Notice to passengers:
- Please adhere to Government guidelines about Covid-19.
- Only undertake essential travel to islands and remote communities.
- Passengers please stay in your vehicle.
- Passengers please pay by card rather than cash where possible.
By cooperating on social distancing and hygiene on the ferry to protect the public and the crew hopefully we will keep our ferry service running.
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.