Mooring and Berthing

Inspire Inveraray logoThe Inveraray community now has the opportunity to bring the pier back into community ownership. Inspire Inveraray would be interested to know if there is a demand for long-term moorings. Please email inspireinveraray@gmail.com if you would be interested.

Moorings
Inverary mooring map

The Royal Burgh of Inveraray overlooks Loch Fyne. Established in 1745 by the 3rd Duke of Argyll, head of the powerful Clan Campbell, the town is an absolute set piece of Scottish Georgian architecture. Key buildings that are worth visiting include the neoclassical church, and Inveraray Jail and courthouse, now an award-winning museum that graphically recounts prison conditions from medieval times up until the 19th century. The town is also a gateway to the Highlands & Islands and provides an excellent base for day touring placed within easy access south to the Mull of Kintyre; Oban on the west coast with access to the Islands; north to Glencoe and Fort William and south-east to Loch Lomond and Glasgow.

Onshore Facilities

  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Chemist
  • Public Toilet
  • Shops & Supermarket
  • Service Station
  • Cashpoint (ATM)
  • Tourist Attractions
  • Public Transport
  • Taxi

For more information on the many businesses and shops in the town supporting the pier project, please visit the home page onshore facilities.

COASTGUARD EMERGENCY CONTACT:  In an emergency dial 999 or call the Coastguard on VHF channel 16.

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Inveraray Weather Forecast

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For a more detailed weather report please see the Met Office forecast.