Oban Harbour  The lead provider of marine safety and related services for Oban Harbour is Argyll & Bute Council with support from Calmac Ferries, the NLB and CMAL. These organisations continue to work together in the Oban Bay Management Group to improve navigational safety in Oban Bay and approaches. A first step to achieving this goal has been the establishment of this website


Argyll Marine Special Areas of Conservation | website dedicated to the six marine SACs within Argyll


Oban Bay Marine | new community company formed with the aim of improving facilities for small boat owners and users in and around Oban. Aiming to provide pontoon access for vessels up to 24 metres (including supply of fuel, water and access for disabled people). These proposed facilities would benefit local boat operators, would be attractive to visitors, bring money into the local community and give Argyll and Bute Council a unique opportunity to capitalise on Oban’s exceptional marine location in the heart of the West Coast with its longstanding maritime heritage. Please visit the site and become a member for only £1.00


Tobermory Harbour | The harbour of Tobermory welcomes visitors afloat. Tobermory Harbour Association provide free anchorage plus moorings for hire, pontoon berths with fuel, water and electricity, their motto being “Facilities for All”


Tourist Information Centres | Argyll, Loch Lomond and the Forth Valley; other Centres around Scotland also listed


West Highland Anchorages and Moorings Association | protecting anchorages and liaising with the Crown Estate, Royal Yachting Association and the Scottish Executive


More links to be added soon: don’t hesitate to email with suggestions