Leverburgh Ferry Terminal
Leverburgh Ferry Port offers ferries from Leverburgh on the south of Harris, to Berneray on the Isle of North Uist.
Leverburgh (Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides) is the second largest village in the Outer Hebrides and was named after William Lever, 1st Viscount Leverhulme, who spent several years after the First World War developing the area and attempting to revive the local fishing industry. CalMac runs regular ferry crossings to Berneray on the Isle of North Uist.
Get directions for Leverburgh Ferry Terminal
Port address: Leverburgh Harris Ferry Terminal, Isle of Harris, HS5 3UB, Scotland.
Leverburgh terminal is served by these ferry routes:
- Berneray–Leverburgh (Calmac Ferries)
Travelling to Leverburgh Ferry Terminal
Travelling by Car
Leberburgh is situated on the A859, just follow the Pier Road to access the Leverburgh terminal.
Travelling by Bus
A bus stop is located at 10 metres from the terminal.
Leverburgh: Port Facilities
¾ mile at An Clachan.
There are disabled toilets, access to the terminal building and lifts.
Terminal Opening Hours
This is an unattended slipway. Tickets can be purchased on board.
This is an unattended slipway.
Car parks at Leverburgh Ferry Port
Free local authority car park 10 metres from terminal
This information is provided for guidance only.