Is the Kilcreggan ferry a car ferry?

The best way to get from Gourock to Kilcreggan Ferry Terminal without a car is to ferry which takes 13 min and costs £2 – £3.

Is the Kilcreggan ferry a car ferry?

The best way to get from Gourock to Kilcreggan Ferry Terminal without a car is to ferry which takes 13 min and costs £2 – £3.

Where can you sail to from Gourock?

Caledonian MacBrayne operates a frequent daily passenger ferry service between Gourock and Dunoon town centres. Gourock train station is situated at the ferry terminal and with combined ferry and rail tickets available it’s also the quickest route to Glasgow Central from Dunoon town centre.

Is there a car ferry from Gourock to Dunoon?

The Gourock-Dunoon ferry is passenger only. You need the Western Ferries service which runs from Mcinroy’s Point,a couple of miles beyond Gourock to Hunter’s Quay near Dunoon. This is a good,frequent operation. You just turn up and join the queue.

How long is the Gourock to Dunoon ferry?

23 minutes
The crossing between Gourock and Dunoon is timetabled to take 23 minutes, and the single vessel used on the route maintains an hourly service each way from early morning until mid evening.

Can you take your car on the Dunoon ferry?

You get the car ferry to Dunoon at McInroys Point, Gourock. You have to drive past where you get the passenger ferry. Don’t buy the tickets online or on feryy. You can get reduced price tickets at Pauls Food and Wine Shop, 94 Shore St, Gourock PA19 1RB (just before Gourock train station).

How long is the ferry from Dunoon to Gourock?

The crossing between Gourock and Dunoon is timetabled to take 23 minutes, and the single vessel used on the route maintains an hourly service each way from early morning until mid evening.

How long is Western ferry?

20 minute
Western Ferries is a privately owned company which has operated the short 20 minute ferry crossing between Hunter’s Quay (Dunoon) and McInroy’s Point (Gourock) across the Firth of Clyde since 1973.

How far is Dunoon from Gourock?

How long is the ferry crossing to Dunoon?

How many cars does Dunoon ferry have?

1 The Gourock-Dunoon route is by some distance the busiest ferry crossing in Scotland….5 Route Data.

Published Data 2010 Cowal Western
a. Total Passengers 499,228 1,313,800
b. Foot-passengers 373,690 Not Available
c. Total Cars (vehicles) 61,400 564,200

Is Dunoon a nice place to live?

Dunoon, the peninsula’s main town, has plenty going for it including a handsome esplanade, good shopping, great fish and chips and one of the cutest cinemas in Scotland. Dunoon Castle dates back to the 11th century but there is evidence of human habitation in the area going back to Neolithic times.

Where do the Western Ferries go to?

Western Ferries is a privately owned company which has operated the short 20 minute ferry crossing between Hunter’s Quay (Dunoon) and McInroy’s Point (Gourock) across the Firth of Clyde since 1973. This route links the central belt of Scotland with the Cowal peninsula and beyond.