About us

SET SAIL FOR KERRERA

On foot, by rail, car or sea, don’t miss this little island with a big heart. Your adventure awaits.
80 pontoon spaces
30 moorings
Full access
Diesel fuel berth
Jaw-dropping scenery
On-site restaurant
Free Wi-Fi
Shower block
80 pontoon spaces
30 moorings
Full access
Diesel fuel berth
Jaw-dropping scenery
On-site restaurant
Free Wi-Fi
Shower block

THERE'S SO MUCH TO SEE

A dramatic island steeped in Norse and Scottish history, a bird of prey haven and a base for adventures on and off the water.

EXPLORE THE ISLAND

Explore this little island’s big heart, with short and long walking routes, top tips for wildlife spotting and a guide to what’s on the island.

You won’t be bored whatever tickles your fancy.

Gylen Castle

ISLAND HERITAGE

Discover Kerrera’s historical importance, visit our castle, meet the vibrant community and learn about our links to the Vikings.

A small island with a big heart, that will stay in your heart.

STAY AT OUR BOAT HOUSE

A cozy, welcoming base for those looking for a night or two on dry land or a peaceful getaway from their daily hustle and bustle.

Recharge and reconnect at our boathouse.

Boat House

faqs

Have any questions? Check out our FAQs or get in touch.

  • Can I buy meat from your farm?

    You bet! At Balliemore farm we produce some incredible meat which you can not only try at The Waypoint but also buy direct from us (along with other essentials). Come and visit us at the farm or give us a call to see what's in stock.

  • What size boats can moor up at Kerrera Marina?

    We've got pontoons for up to 16m vessels as well as a range of 20T and 50T moorings for vessels up to 22m.

  • What else can I do on the Isle of Kerrera?

    Plenty! We've got stunning beaches, an historic castle, tea rooms, some great walks and an abundance of wildlife. Check out our visitor guides for more information.

  • How long does it take to get to the Marina from Oban?

    Using our water taxi (which you can book from our website) you'll be whisked from the North Pier in Oban to The Marina in ten minutes. Quick enough to pop over for a pint or grab some shopping from the mainland.

  • What should I pack for a day trip?

    Comfy walking shoes, a map or access to the visitor guides on our website, and a bag for all the snacks and goodies you pick up along the way! Check the weather forecast, but as the weather can change quickly in this part of the world we always suggest a raincoat and suncream in the summer.

  • What are your office hours?

    We usually man the office between 9am and 5pm. If we can't answer then your best bet is to leave us a message via our website or send us an email.

  • Do you have a menu for the restaurant?
    Our menu changes constantly but we always have the freshest local ingredients available. To hear what's on the menu for a specific day, check out our Facebook and Instagram pages or give us a call.