Valid from 25 March - 23 October 2022
Customer Update Uig Harbour Closure - Bookings unavailable for period 10 October - 23 October 2022
Bookings on this service for the period 10 October 2022 - 23 October 2022 are currently unavailable. This is due to Highland Council's planned closure of Uig Harbour for essential upgrades from 10 October 2022 - 27 March 2023. We have temporarily suspended bookings for the two weeks of our summer timetable which have been affected, 10 October 2022 - 23 October 2022 until alternative ferry services options for Skye Triangle routes have been finalised. If you have already made a booking with us for this period - please be assured we still have your booking and one of our team will be in touch with you to assist with alternative arrangements. Read more.
Check-in is 45 minutes prior to departure for vehicles and 30 minutes for foot passengers - otherwise space will be reallocated. Late check-in may also lead to the vehicle being refused carriage.
Travel to Outer Hebrides - When travelling with us, we strongly recommend our customers follow our safer travel guidance. Before travel, take a moment to familiarise yourself with the details. Prior to your journey, familiarise yourself with VisitScotland's #RespectProtectEnjoy guidance and check the arrangements individual islands and locations have for managing the safety of their visitors and communities. For the Outer Hebrides, please read through their P.L.A.C.E guidance for visitors.
Campervans/Motorhomes/Caravans - Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council) request that visitors in caravans, motorhomes and campervans stay in official campsites and or designated overnight spots. Plan your trip carefully by booking sites where you can and do not stay out with these campsites/overnight spots. This will help to manage numbers, alleviate pressure on our fragile environment and avoid excessive impact on our communities. Please follow our P.L.A.C.E visitor code and help to keep the Outer Hebrides special. Find out more about changes that have been made to taking Motorhomes and Campervans in the Outer Hebrides
In addition motorhomes, campervans and those vehicles towing a caravan will not be able to join standby queues at ports. Find out more about changes that have been made to the motorhomes, campervans and caravans standby process.
An accessible version of this timetable will be available shortly.