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Craignure ferry information:
Ferries to Craignure depart from Oban. The service is operated by CalMac Ferries. There are 11 crossings per day. The crossing takes approximately 50 minutes.
Craignure port facilities
At the pier's landward end is the vehicle park for ferry traffic, and on the other side the sometimes very busy terminus where day passengers to Iona and Staffa catch their coaches after disembarking from the ferry or the bus to Tobermory. Opposite is Mull's main Tourist Information Centre and the village shops.
Craignure lies close to Mull's easternmost point, and it is reasonably equidistant from the island's two main destinations for visitors: Tobermory to the north and Iona to the west. It is therefore a logical place for the main terminus for the ferries from Oban, and for many years that is exactly what it has been.
Craignure, Isle of Mull, PA65 6AY, Scotland