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Caledonian MacBrayne Ferry to Harris - Tarbert to Uig Route

Ferry Terminal, Tarbert, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, HS3 3DG

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This crossing takes approximately 1 hour 40 minutes, running 7 days a week. There is 1 crossing a day there and back sometimes 2 depending on the day of the week. If you are not such a good sailor, this is a shorter route accross the sea to both Harris and Lewis.

You can travel down from Tarbert through the chain of islands and cross to the mainland using Caledonian Macbrayne Hopscotch tickets, which give you various options.

The ferry terminal is within walking distance to the village, shops, cafe, hotel, post office, bank, Tourist Information and bus stop.

If you are taking a car, you are advised to book early as the ferry can be very busy, particularly in the summer season. The drive from Uig to Inverness takes apporximately 3 hours and approximately 5/6 hours to Glasgow/Edinburgh. You are requires to be at the ferry terminal 45 minutes prior to departure.

It is also advisable to check the ferry service status, as ferries can be delayed or cancelled due to adverse weather.

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