Port Askaig (Islay) - Feolin (Jura) Ferry Timetable

Guidance on wearing face coverings on our ferries

  • On the Islay to Jura, and the Cuan (Luing to Seil) car ferries, face coverings are required to keep crews and other passengers safe unless you remain in your vehicle
  • On the Ellenabeich to Easdale, and the Port Appin to Lismore passenger ferries, we require passengers to wear face coverings to keep the crews and other passengers safe

The requirement to wear a face covering does not apply to:

  • A child under the age of 5
  • Passengers who remain in their private vehicle whilst on board a car ferry
  • People who are exempt from wearing face coverings
Full guidance on use of face coverings and exemptions is available on the Scottish Government website

Port Askaig (Islay) - Feolin (Jura)

We would recommend that you buy your ferry tickets in advance online Jura Commerce (argyll-bute.gov.uk)

It is advisable for passengers to be in attendance on the pier 5 minutes prior to sailing time for crew to organise boarding and conduct safety announcements.  The vessel has a quick turnaround at Feolin, please ensure you arrive at Feolin before the vessel’s departure time from Port Askaig.

Operator contact details

Argyll and Bute Council
01496 840681

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