Ferry to Iona (Winter)
The ferry runs from Fionnphort, at the tip of the Ross of Mull. Allow at least one hour (more in high season) to drive from Craignure, plus ten minutes to park and walk to the ferry. There is a large free car park in Fionnphort where you can leave your car while you are on Iona; the parking close to the ferry costs 80p an hour (pay-and-display meter), but is FREE when the ferry is on Winter Timetable. Times & Distances on Mull
The information below is provided as a guide only, and you should check with Caledonian MacBrayne for exact details, particularly for the early morning ferries, some of which run only during school term or outwith school term by prior arrangement with the ferry chargehand.
You cannot take your car to Iona without a special permit, which requires prior arrangement with Argyll and Bute Council.
The Winter 2023-24 timetable has not yet been published.
The table below is based on the the previous winter's timetable
Limited sailings at Christmas and New Year.
24 October 2022 - Late March 2023click for summer timetable
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- [A] Mons, and only if Craignure office advised by 1600 Sat
- [B] Tue - Sat, and only if Craignure office advised by 1600 on the previous working day
- [C] Only if Craignure office advised by 1600 on the day of travel. Will await arrival of bus from Craignure if requested.
- [D] Only if Craignure office advised by 1600 on the previous working day
Craignure office telephone: 01860 340258 (then Option 2)
Single and Return fares are available.
Return fares: Adult £3.50; Child under 15: £1.70 (under 5, free); Bicycle FREE
See Calmac for further details
Car Ferries to Mull
There are also Calmac car ferries from Oban to Craignure (Mull), Lochaline (Morvern) to Fishnish (Mull), and Kilchoan (Ardnamurchan) to Tobermory (Mull). Check with Caledonian MacBrayne for bookings and fare options.