Tarbert Harbour Loch Fyne Argyll

West Coast Scotland

A natural sheltered harbour at the heart of a Heritage Fishing Village

Lat. 55o 52′ N – Long. 5o 24.5’W

 Friendly, Fun and Safe.

Tarbert Harbour lies in the stunning shores of Loch Fyne Argyll, Scotland. (Loch Fyne) Scottish Gaelic meaning Loch of the vine or wine. Loch Fyne is known as an excellent sailors paradise some 40 miles inland from the sound of Bute making it the longest of sea lochs.

Emma MacFarlane

It is connected to the sound of Jura by the fabulous Crinan Canal

click on link Crinan Canal

Tarbert Harbour supports both commercial and leisure industry, the South side of the Harbour homes the traditional Tarbert TT Fishing fleet who land fresh catches daily. On the North side is the Harbour Office and leisure yacht pontoons of 160 finger berths, 600meters of parallel pontoon and space for an average of 100 visiting yachts.

Tarbert Fishing Fleet 2015 Steven Hamlin    2015-04-18 19.41.48

Tarbert is a magnificent natural shelter and safe haven, surrounded by hills and situated at the heart of an attractive Heritage Village. The village is unique in that it offers a mixture of charming tradition, fascinating history, delightful galleries and gift shops to browse. People who come to Tarbert always return seduced by the warm welcome from locals, the beautiful scenery and the fresh local produced from Loch Fyne such as oysters, scallops and prawns. The village holds many festivals throughout the year (see festivals page) and earning the title ‘Festival Capital of Argyll’.

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Tarbert has something to offer everyone and all the amenities a modern day traveller requires. The harbour staff and village locals are just waiting to welcome you so please come and join us.

Tarbert Harbour Authority thank the locals for donating all their photos to produce this website.

Visiting Vessels

Please radio VHF Ch14 Prior to berthing and register at reception located in the Ardfern Chandlery.

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