CAFÉ & SHOP
THE ORIGINAL SKYE FERRY
Journey to Skye by following the ancient drove road from Glenelg.
Visit prehistoric Pictish Towers, the Redcoat Barracks of 1717, Gavin Maxwell’s Sandaig and enjoy one of the finest views in Scotland from the summit of Mam Ratagan. Encounter Scotland’s rarest wildlife from our Shore Station Café & Shop.
Travel aboard the world’s last surviving manually operated turntable ferry in the world to the Isle of Skye.
Don’t Just Visit Skye – Journey There
COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY
The Isle of Skye Ferry CIC is a Social Enterprise set up to safeguard the historic ferry route from Glenelg to Skye. The company works to secure this economic lifeline in the interest of the local community. Company No: SC297537
LOCAL EMPLOYER & EDUCATOR
The Isle of Skye-Ferry CIC employs 10% of the local population. It provides training and employment in maritime, hospitality and tourism skills in an area where such opportunities are scarce.
30,000+ PASSENGERS YEARLY
On average we make the journeys of 32,000 passengers possible every season, carrying over 12,000 vehicles of all shapes and sizes.
PRESERVING A HISTORIC FERRY
The Isle of Skye-Ferry CIC works with alongside the Ferry Charity to raise funds ensuring the MV Glenachulish remains in excellent condition.
Learn more about the MV Glenachulish on our Ferry Page.
OUR COMMUNITY PROFITS
100% of the company’s profit is reinvested into preservation and restoration of the boat, the infrastructure and in supporting other local community groups.