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Campbeltown, Kintyre

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Courtesy Flag

Flag, Red Ensign

Waypoint

Waypoint- 55:25'.90N 005:32'.56W

Charts

Admiralty 1864-3, 1864-5

Rules & Regulations

Unknown

Hazards

Both Macringan's Point and Davaar have off-lying reefs and in fact those under Davaar Light are more dangerous. Pass between the buoys as you enter, on a line of 240 Degrees T.

Tidal Data Times & Range

+0125 Dover MHWS 2.9m, MHWN 2.6m, MLWN 1.1m, MLWS 0.6m   (links)

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General Description

Contact
Campbeltown Marina   Callum Lawson 07798524821 VHF 13 (same as the harbour but only when manned)
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Approach

Approaches from the north or south will involve keeping a reasonable offing.... ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

Those determined to anchor will find several spots within the loch. ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

9 comments
Pricing Information update request
Written by CedricTheGreat | 24th Jan 2018
The pricing on the visitMyHarbour does not seem consistent with that of the Campbeltown Marina.

On this site it states: "As has been said they have an amenities block with full facilities and they are charging (2017) £20 per metre per night for boats up to 10 metres."

This not only seems excessive for an overnight stay but would probably be better replaced with a link to Campbeltown Marina's own website. i.e. https://www.campbeltownmarina.co.uk/prices to avoid future discrepancies.

MANY THANKS. i HAVE CORRECTED THE TYPO FROM "PER METRE TO "PER BOAT". THE3RE IS ALREADY A LINK TO THE MARINA WEBSITE
update Autumn 2016
Written by dononshytalk | 10th Oct 2016
The notes have been updated to include the Kintyre express ferry service to Northern Ireland. We have been informed that Camping Gaz is no longer available at the Fuel Merchants
Passenger ferries
Written by ndt228 | 25th Jun 2016
You incorrectly report that the KintyreExpress ferry has ceased operating. As at June 2016 this is wrong, the service has been expanded, covering at least ballycastle and port Ellen.
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Marina Completed
Written by Bryant | 16th Oct 2015
"Nov 2015 Marina now completed and fully operational. New pontoons with power and water. New good facilities ashore. Good security through keypad gate. Excellent support from Calum (details as above)"

Feedback from D .Little

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Update June 2105
Written by dononshytalk | 17th Jun 2015
The pontoons are now finished here with both power and water. Amenities block is not yet complete but they are open for business. Prices may change under the new ownership. If you are familiar the contact number given in the text is the same as the old one for the "Berthing Company"
Update for Campbeltown April 2015
Written by Rob_Heath | 2nd May 2015
The new marina is in the final stages of construction ( as of 23rd April ), and pontoon berthing is not yet available. There are, however, three visitor moorings just of the end of the main jetty, they are yellow with dark blue pickup buoys. The charges are £10 per night and upto 14m boat length. Charges can be paid by phone to the George Hotel if you don't fancy going ashore.
Update 2015
Written by dononshytalk | 18th Mar 2015
These notes were reviewed by Don in March 2015. The new pontoons are going in this spring and will be ready for use sometime in June. There will be a further review later in the year
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Telephone number listed is wrong
Written by markdj | 16th Aug 2014
The number of the Campbeltown Loch Berthing Co. Ltd., is 07798 524821
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Update 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 27th Feb 2013
These notes were updated by Don T on the 27th February 2013. The plans for extra pontoons are still ongoing and the tariff for the present pontoon has been updated for 2013.
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