If you are planning on visiting Mull either for Business or Pleasure then you are going to need our Isle of Mull Ferry Timetables.
Ferry Service to the Isle of Mull
operated by Cal Mac
Visit the Cal Mac web site for bookings.
RET brings significant reductions in fares along with a simple and transparent fares structure which is fantastic news for the Mull community and visitors heading to Mull.
Oban / Craignure on the – The isle of Mull
Passenger single £3.70
Car return £27.50
Valid from 29th March 2019
scroll down for summer timetables
There are 3 ferry services to the isle of Mull
leaving from Oban, Lochaline and Kilchoan on the main land.
The biggest and main ferry terminal is in Oban, there are 2 ferries in service.
A ferry leaves Oban and another leaves Craignure every hour passing each other in the Sound of Mull
The busy summer period runs from 30th March to 21st Oct,
The quieter winter period runs 22nd Oct to 29th March
Summer Time tables
Valid from 29th March 2019STT_T11
To book a ferry trip you will need to visit the Cal Mac web site
Link to Caledonian MacBrayne web site
From the South. – As you approach Glasgow take the M8 West around Glasgow, following the signs for Glasgow airport and then Greenock.
Leave the M8 onto the A82 and cross the Erskine bridge. This route takes you along side Loch Lomond, from Tarbet on Loch Lomond continue on the A82 to Crianlarach and Oban OR take the A83 via Inveraray and Dalmally then take the A82 again for Oban.
Its a 2 & 1/2 hour drive from Glasgow to Oban with an opportunity to enjoy some beautiful Scottish scenery.
Oban – The gateway to the isles, where we catch the ferry to Mull (45mins), booking advisable.
From the North. – 7 miles South of Fort William take the Corran ferry (10 min.) then the road to Lochaline (1 hr.) – take the cal-mac Lochaline to Fishnish ferry to Mull (15 min.)
Its also possible to take the ferry from Kilhoan on the main land to Tobermory on the Isle of Mull