Kennacraig Ferry Terminal
Kennacraig Ferry Port, on the Kintyre peninsula in Argyll on mainland Scotland, offers frequent crossings to the Isle of Islay.
Make no mistake: Kennacraig is a very small place - even the word "hamlet" might be overstating it. There are no cafés, pubs, bars or shops nearby, so if you are early for your ferry, you might be best advised to stop a little further down the A83 at Tarbert - roughly 5 miles away for a bite to eat or to stock up on supplies. What Kennacraig can offer is the chance to relax in a peaceful location while you wait for your ferry to Islay.
Travelling to Kennacraig Ferry Terminal
Travelling by Car
From Glasgow, get on M8 from Port Dundas Rd and A804. Then follow M8 and A82 to A83 in Argyll and Bute for 106 miles.
Travelling by Train
There are train services from Glasgow to Anniesland.
Travelling by Bus
Take the 926 Campbeltown at Anniesland Cross to Kennacraig. The bus top is located outside the terminal. There is also a daily service both from and to Glasgow.
Kennacraig: Port Facilities
There is a vending machine located at the terminal.
There are disabled toilets at the terminal.
Terminal Opening Hours
During the winter, the terminal is open Monday to Saturday from 06:00 to 18:00 and Sunday from 09:00 to 18:00.
During the summer, the terminal is open Monday to Saturday from 06:00 to 18:00 and Sunday from 08:30 to 13:30/16:00 to 18:00.
Information is available at the ticket sales and enquiries desk.
Car parks at Kennacraig Ferry Port
Free car parking at side and rear of terminal. Approx 150 spaces including some accessible parking spaces.
This information is provided for guidance only.