Pictured: Ullapool seafront and Harbour with
Pictured: Ullapool seafront and Harbour with "Spirit of Adventure" at anchor.


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Location: 57° 51’ N 005° 13’ W
No. of Berths: 3
Berth details:Berth 2, Max L.O.A. 77m. Max Draft: 6.0m
Berth 3, Max L.O.A. 74m. Max Draft: 6.0m
Berth 4, Max L.O.A. 100m. Max Draft: 7.0m
Anchorage: yes
Anchorage Position: 57° 53.35’ N 005° 09.30’ W
Distance to Landing Stage: 0.1 NM
Tidal range/movement: 2.0m – 5.0m
Pilotage: No
Town centre: Adjacent
Shuttle to town: Not necessary
Nearest airport: Inverness, 104km



Kevin Peach, Harbourmaster
Ullapool Harbour Trustees, Harbour Office, The Pier, Ullapool, Ross-shire, Scotland, IV26 2UH

T: +44 (0)1854 612724 F: +44 (0)1854 613245
W: www.ullapool-harbour.co.uk

One of the best natural deepwater harbours in the country, carved out by the glaciers of the last ice age, Ullapool offers over 200 years of history, unspoilt beauty, traditional music, dance and artistic flair coupled with a friendly highland welcome. Drop anchor some 200 metres from the pier and take the short boat trip to our purpose built landing pontoon and welcoming marquee reception area. 

The surrounding area offers a unique range of breathtaking excursion experiences; Gruinard Bay, Inverewe Botanical Gardens, Falls of Measach, Knockan Crag Geopark, Castle Leod, Loch Ness, Castle Urquhart, Coigach & Assynt Mountains, Leckmelm Arboreteum all within easy reach. 

This traditional highland fishing village also offers many delights within walking distance, including gentle strolls by the Ullapool River to the more strenuous walks up Ullapool Hill, or perhaps a round of golf on our picturesque nine hole course. There are plenty opportunities for shopping in quality craft and gift outlets and a chance to sample fine local cuisine from a range of award winning cafés and bistros. 

Come to Ullapool, relax and enjoy your visit.

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