Nestled on the shores of Loch Fyne, some forty miles inland from the Kyles of Bute, East Loch Tarbert is a natural sheltered harbour at the heart of a heritage fishing village.
We offer both commercial and leisure services within our busy port. The south side of the harbour is home to the traditional Tarbert TT fishing fleet while the marina is situated on the north side, providing sheltered berthing and facilities for leisure vessels.
We are within easy reach for visitors based on the Firth of Clyde, and are connected to the sound of Jura via the famous Crinan Canal. Recognised and revered by many as one of the best sailing destinations in Scotland, Tarbert has much to offer the marine tourist!
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Loch Fyne – Argyll – West Coast Scotland. Lat. 55o 52′N – Long. 5o 24.5’W
Visiting vessels should radio VHF CH14 or telephone the Harbour Office or Reception prior to berthing, and register at the Chandlery Reception upon arrival (seasonal opening times apply, please check here for more information).
If you arrive out of hours, please proceed to an available berth on the Visitor Pontoons, highlighted on our Harbour Plan.
We operate an Honesty Policy too, so you can refer to the rates list in the toilet & shower block and post your dues into the honesty box using the envelopes provided. See our opening times for more details
In case of any urgent enquiries or assistance, the on-call duty officer can be contacted by calling 01880 820 344 and waiting for the diversion.
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