Located off the west coast of Scotland the Isle of Mull is accessible by ferry from two main ports – Oban and Lochalnie.
Ferry’s from both ports run regularly throughout the day, however during busy periods it is advised to book in advance as they fill up quickly.
Lochalnie is the best option if approaching from the north and also takes the shortest amount of time to cross (roughly 15 minutes) and can be booked through Calmac Ferries.
All other routes are advised to take the ferry from Oban. The sailing takes roughly 45 minutes, however, offers the best views of the island. A rail and sail service is also on offer to those travelling from Glasgow, and with the train station located within short distance of the ferry terminal this is a popular choice amongst many travellers.
Ferry to Iona
The ferry to Iona leaves from Fionnphoirt. Tickets can be purchased either from Craignure Tourist Information Centre or on the ferry itself.
Ferry to Ulva
The ferry to Ulva Island runs regularly throughout the day. Upon arriving at the port you will see a telephone, if the ferry is on the other side you can simply pick this up and call across to Ulva. The ferry will come to pick you up.