Getting Here

We’re on the shores of Dunstaffnage Bay overlooking Dunstaffnage Castle at the entrance to Loch Etive. Just 3 miles from Oban.

Get here by sea.

Entrance to Dunstaffnage Bay from the Firth of Lorne is the passage leaving Dunstaffnage Castle on starboard and the island Eilean Mor to port.

Entrance to Marina is by following the fairway leaving red navigational marker buoys to port. After second buoy, the Marina Fairway should be apparent through a gateway emphasised by a red navigational marker and a green navigational marker.

Strong currents exist in the bay due to the effect of tidal flow in Loch Etive. The prevailing current follows the shores of the Bay in an anti-clockwise direction.

Please do not attempt to cut through the Moorings on your approach to the Marina and please show consideration to other users by not exceeding 4 knots within the anchorage and bay.

Get here by road.

From Oban and the South follow the A85 to Fort William for about three miles. Dunstaffnage Marina is by the road on the left hand side just after the turning for Dunbeg and Dunstaffnage Castle.

From Glasgow/Fort William and the North follow the road to Oban and two miles past Connel see Dunstaffnage Marina on the right hand side next to the road.