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Prices for your crossing start from only £30 each way for a car plus 2. CalMac also have a number of flexible ticket options to choose from and also a number of events to choose from when you decide to book your next trip and look to discover the Scottish Highlands. To ensure you get the best ferry deal simply fill out your requirements in our ferry search and you will see the best prices for your trip away.
CalMac Ferries has a fleet of 31 ships sailing to the Scottish Islands. Calmac have a number of different ships dependent on the route, they have large cruise ferries for the longer journey time routes and smaller, environmentally friendly hybrid vessels for sailings to the smaller islands. The most popular crossings are to the Isle of Arran, the Isle of Barra, the Isle of Lewis and the Isle of Skye. As the journey times on all ferries are reasonably short there are up to 4 sailings per day on many routes. compareferries.com has the most up to date timetables, routes and cheap fares for CalMac Ferries. Use our ferry search to compare prices for Calmac Ferries and to book your next ferry crossing.
Sit back and enjoy the scenery as you travel to the Scottish Islands, the larger CalMac ships have observation lounges which on a clear day provide stunning views of the sea and the Scottish coastline. They also have a TV lounge if the weather is not so kind and you can catch up with the news or simply sit back and relax on your ferry crossing.
Food is a major part of the onboard offering and CalMac have won numerous awards for their culinary offering. CalMac was the first ferry company to take Visit Scotland’s 'Taste Our Best' seal of approval to the high seas and you are spoilt for choice with their extensive menu in the Mariners Cafeteria. More than 50 per cent of the menu is Scottish, offering the likes of Barra-landed Haddock, smoked salmon from Argyll Smokery in Dunoon, along with burgers sourced from meat from around Argyll and the famous CalMac'n'Cheese, made using cheddar from Lockerbie. Locally produced ales, lager can also be found on board and why not enjoy a whisky in The Sill Bar It's the perfect place to watch the world go by. The onboard retail outlet offers a special range of island related gifts and souvenirs, traditional music CDs, books, confectionery, magazines and newspapers so you have plenty to listen to and read on your journey.
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