The last remaining turntable ferry of it's kind in the world, crossing at the original point between mainland Scotland and the Isle of Skye. Living heritage and a wonderful, unique experience.
This remarkable little ferry, the last of her kind in existence offers a unique experience, crossing the Kylerhea narrows between the mainland and Skye at the closest point between the two land masses, part of a historic drovers route from the Hebrides to central Scotland.
Operational from Easter to mid-October 10.00 to 18.00 (10.00 to 19.00 in June, July and August).
The crossing provides a haven for wildlife spotting with otters, seals, porpoise, dolphins, many sea bird species, including white tailed eagles who come fishing on the flood tide.
Come and see this unique and historic setting and sail on the MV Glenachulish - you'll be very glad you did.
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