Bruichladdich Pier

Located on the western shore of Loch Indaal on the Island of Islay, this pier is operated commercially by Gleaner Oils on behalf of Argyll & Bute Council for the refuelling of tankers.  The Pier consists of an original solid stone structure augmented by eight berthing and mooring dolphins and associated walkways in order to accommodate larger double hulled coastal tankers.

Contacts

Harbour Master/Port Manager

Bruichladdich Pier
Bruichladdich
Isle of Islay  PA49 7UN
Harbour Master – Stephen Scally (Campbeltown)
Harbour Master’s Office Telephone Number 01586 552552
Website: www.argyll-bute.gov.uk

 

 

Bruichladdich Pier

Navigation and guidelines

Latitude & Longitude

Latitude: 55º 45'N Longitude: 06º 22'W

Admiralty chart numbers

2168 – Approaches to the Sound of Jura.

 

Available Depths - Chart Datum - LAT

3.0m

Tidal Levels

Mean Spring Range = 2.3m

Mean Neap Range = 1.5m

Incident Reporting Procedures

In the first instance please contact Campbeltown Harbour Office.

When the Harbour Office is closed, please use our online incident reporting form.

 

Facilities

Port Facilities

Fresh Water and Fuel are available by arrangement.

Pilotage

No Pilotage available.

Berthing Arrangements

Vessels should contact Campbeltown Harbour Master in advance to establish availability and  directions on berthing.