TOBERMORY PIERS AND SLIPS

FISHERMANS PIER


The Fishermans pier dries at low water.

The approach is via the fairway which is clearly marked with green starboard cones and red cans.

The main berthing face is to the south but in emergencies and for maintainance boats occasionally berth on the north face.

Local Rules
Do not anchor in the fairway.

Please keep your speed and wash to a minimum within the harbour.

Local Hazard
Be aware of fishing boats leaving and berthing day and night.

The pier partly dries on every low tide and completely during spring tides.

 

CMAL PIER

Historic name, Mishnish or New Pier, built steamers in 1862
 
This pier is owned and maintained by CMAL (Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd) and managed by Caledonian MacBraynes.  It provides the only deep water berthing in Tobermory.
The Ferry booking office is located on this Pier.

Alongside Berthing
The Cal-Mac Pier is accessed via the fairway and provides alongside berthing for ferries, and by arrangement with Caledonian MacBraynes for small ships, charter boats and fishing vessels.

Passenger Steps
The steps to the west of the Cal-Mac pier provides short stay alongside berthing for small local passenger ferries and charter boats.

Amenities
Water is available, by arrangement, on the Cal-Mac pier Contact the Caledonian MacBraynes office on the Pier.

 
Cargo, fish and shellfish landing by arrangement.

Rules

No anchoring within the Fairway surrounding the Pier, see Plan of the Harbour.
The steps dry at low tide.

MacBrayne's Slip
The CMAL / Macbraynes slip is for ferry use only.

Local Hazard

Be aware of ferries, charter boats and fishing boats leaving and berthing day and night.
 

LEDAIG SLIP

This slip is recommended for RIBs and trailer launched boats up to 25ft maximum.

High or mid tide is recommended as the slip ends abruptly at low tide.

The slip is approached between the northern end of the THA pontoon and the small boat moorings.

Local Rules
Please keep your speed and wash to a minimum within the harbour.

Local Hazard
The slip partly dries on every low tide and completely during spring tides.   Running moorings can be a hazard when approaching the the slip.

 
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