The Port Askaig-Colonsay ferry provides a short connection from Islay to the picturesque island of Colonsay. Passengers can enjoy breathtaking views of the rugged coastline and discover the rich natural beauty that awaits on this hidden gem of an island. Whether for a day trip or an extended stay, the ferry offers a convenient journey for all travelers.
Ferry to Colonsay and Port Askaig
This ferry from Port Askaig to Colonsay (or the other way around) sails once per week. The ferry from Oban sails to Colonsay after a stopover in Port Askaig.
- This ferry can be booked in advance.
Tickets and Booking
Ferry tickets on this route can be booked through Caledonian Macbrayne Ferries. When the ferries depart and what the routes are, very much depends on the season and the crowds. In quieter periods the ferries sometimes make a stopover. The exact itineraries can be found on the CalMac website. Summer timetables will come into effect after March 30th.
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