Skye Community Ferry Reviews
Description:The ferry crossing is from Glenelg to Skye, Scotland.
Newest Review: ... like to support small enterprises, there is an additional reason to choose this service. The Glenelg ferry is a community-owned service with profits being returned to the local community. The ferry itself, the Glenahulish, is unique in Britain in that it's a turntable ferry. One drives onto the ferry - it holds six cars - and the whole car deck gets rotated through 180 degrees (by hand). ... more
Customer Skye Community Ferry Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/08/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
If you must go down to the Isle of Skye, or even just want to, most people think of two routes. You can drive to Kyle of Lochalsh and take the (now) free Skye Bridge or you can drive to Mallaig and take the CalMac ferry. But, between Easter and October, 10am to 7pm, there is a third and, in my humble opinion, much more scenic and memorable way. And that's the Skye Ferry from Glenelg. There's been a ferry here of one sort or another for over 700 years and a car ferry since the 1930s. For those of us who like to support small enterprises, there is an additional reason to choose this service. The Glenelg ferry is a community-owned service with ... Read the complete review