Full details of suppliers will be made available in due course. Cranage, power outlets and water are available on the quayside.
Winter storage will be provided both in and out of the water.
Winter berthing will be provided on the pontoons between 1st October and 31st March. We offer this at a reduced rate; these are within the area sheltered by the breakwaters.
We will accommodate boats either in cradles or on shore in a segregated secure compound within the harbour area.
Winterisation and general maintenance will be provided. Lifting Facilities will be available to enable quick and safe access to the water when required.
There is an 80m long quay with 5.5m depth below chart datum, fresh water, toilet and shower block. Also provided is a 10m wide slipway which will facilitate the easy removal and launching of boats.
Discounted rates will be available for multi night weekly and monthly visits. Composite rates are available for 6 monthly or annual storage in or out of the water. Click here to view the 2018 schedule of fees.
This facility is hoped to be available within the future developments of Lochboisdale Harbour.
Experienced qualified engineers will offer a full marine engineering service based in the harbour area. It will be available to all leisure, fishing and commercial boats. Services range from hassle free planned maintenance to emergency repairs, offering customers 24/7 coverage.
Services undertaken will include major and minor works, including fault finding/repair and major overhauls.
Lochboisdale Harbour is known as the port of entry to the Outer Hebrides. It is approximately 74 NM from Oban and 48 NM from Mallaig, 38 NM to St Kilda and 75 NM to Stornoway.
Lochboisdale is accessible by ferry from Skye, Mallaig, Lewis & Harris plus it is just 2 hours by plane from Glasgow or Inverness. It provides easy access to the neighbouring islands of Eriskay, Barra, North Uist and Berneray. There are bus and ferry connections to the neighbouring islands.