NEWS  
 
Coastal Communities Funding
 

Tobermory Harbour Association is delighted to have been awarded a grant in the latest round of  Coastal Communities Funding to improve the shore
facilities, increase marine facilities and create sustainable jobs through increased visitor numbers.

  

The plan is to improve and extend the promenade at Ledaig past the pontoons up to a new viewing platform creating a new and
improved start-point for the Aros Park Path.  Linked to this are improvements to the boat storage area, additional signage and
street furniture.

 

A new structure will be erected near the pontoons to give shelter from the elements.  This will be used by visitors viewing the harbour
or passengers from charter boats or cruise ships waiting to board.

 

At sea, some improvements to the fairway will help manage the traffic in the Bay.   7 new moorings for hire will add to the Marine
facilities for visiting leisure craft.  2 of the moorings are for larger vessels which will be attractive to the luxury yacht market and
visiting commercial boats.

 

Tobermory is has a beautiful iconic harbour front and this project will not only enhance the harbour front but will also create local jobs
and bring benefit Tobermory and the wider community of Mull & Iona.


 
The Doirlinn port-hand perch has now been restored to its former glory
 Cruise Ships. Check the DIARY for scheduled visits
PORT MARINE SAFETY CODE
We are now implementing the new standards for the Port Marine Safety Code
Follow the link for full details of the
Port Marine Safety Code
 
 
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