Pictured: Aerial view of Holy Loch Port
Pictured: Aerial view of Holy Loch Port

Holy Loch Port

Holy Loch Port Download Port Details (pdf)
Location: 55° 59’ N 004° 56’ W
No. of Berths: 1
Berth details:Max L.O.A. 90m (120m by 2012)
Depth: 4.0m
Anchorage: Yes
Anchorage Position: 55° 59.51’ N 004° 56.31’ W
Distance to Landing Stage: 0.1 NM
Tidal range/movement: 3.4m
Pilotage: No compulsory pilotage
Town centre: 3 km
Shuttle to town: Available on request
Nearest airport: Glasgow Airport, 105km



Matt Downs
Managing Director, Holy Loch Port Ltd, Rankins Bay, Sandbank, Dunoon, PA23 8FE

T: +44 (0)1369 700810 F: +44(0)1369 700810
W: www.holylochport.com

Unlike other Clyde ports, Holy Loch Port gives you the opportunity to enjoy some of the best scenery in Scotland before you even leave the ship. Holy Loch is one of the Clyde's finest natural harbours. Its deep anchorage allows immediate entry into lovely Argyll and the ideal starting point for a variety of fascinating and enjoyable full and half day shore excursions. 

As "Marine Gateway to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park" where seascape meets landscape, Holy Loch Port is within a short distance of lochs, castles, mountains and picturesque villages. Beyond the Cowal Peninsula, the array of stunning scenery and historical heritage unfolds - west to the beautiful Isle of Bute, the picturesque village of Inveraray and the port of Oban, "Gateway to the Isles", north to the majestic mountain and loch scenery of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs and east to the historic city of Stirling and the fashion, cultural and architectural centre that is Glasgow, Scotland's largest city.

Holy Loch Port is one of the most spectacular and picturesque locations in the United Kingdom. 

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