Campbeltown Marina 

4.5 (4 ratings)
  • 55° 25' 32" N, 5° 36' 10" W / See on the map

About Campbeltown Marina

  • 53
    Berths
  • 3 m
    Draft
  • 25 m
    Length
  • 13
    VHF channel
  • +44 7798 524821
    Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
  • WIFI

User reviews (4 ratings)

Hospitality
| 5/5
Cleanliness
| 4.5/5
Services
| 4.3/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.8/5
Tourism
| 4/5
  • John
    John ~ 30/08/2020
    Jori | Sailboat ~ 10.98 m

    Had a rough trip around the Mull so decided to end our trip in Cambletown. Callum was very welcoming and gave us plenty of info that only a local would know, he also put us in touch with a marine engineer who did some work for us.

    Had a rough trip around the Mull so decided to end our trip in Cambletown. Callum was very welcoming and gave us plenty of info that only a local would know, he also put us in touch with a marine engineer who did some work for us.

  • Jess ~ 09/11/2019
    Adin | Sailboat ~ 10.3 m

    After a bad passage, we were so thankful to be greeted by such a friendly and welcoming harbour master. He made space for us even though it was busy ("we never turn a boat away!") and we really enjoyed our stay in this unspoit (but quite sleepy) little town. The marina facilities were excellent.

    After a bad passage, we were so thankful to be greeted by such a friendly and welcoming harbour master. He made space for us even though it was busy ("we never turn a boat away!") and we really enjoyed our stay in this unspoit (but quite sleepy) little town. The marina facilities were excellent.

  • Ian & Andrea ~ 24/09/2019
    SV Gabrielle | Sailboat ~ 13.5 m

    Good place to hide for a few days when the weather turns bad. Port Facilities clean and basic. We paid £25 per night for a 45’ boat. Staff friendly and helpful. Three Whisky distilleries in the town if that’s your thing. Leisure centre with swimming pool closeby. Not great place to explore from as it’s a very long way from anywhere and transport links aren’t great but maybe that remoteness is part of its charm.

    Good place to hide for a few days when the weather turns bad. Port Facilities clean and basic. We paid £25 per night for a 45’ boat. Staff friendly and helpful. Three Whisky distilleries in the town if that’s your thing. Leisure centre with swimming pool closeby. Not great place to explore from as it’s a very long way from anywhere and transport links aren’t great but maybe that remoteness is part of its charm.

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