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Argyll Yacht ChartersThank you for visiting Argyll Yacht Charters Online. I hope you find all the information that you require to help you select a boat for your holiday on the West Coast of Scotland.

If you require additional information please tel 07979 905 445 (apologies but we are having ongoing problems with our BT landline)

or e-mail our NEW EMAIL ADDRESS at:

info@argyll-yachtcharters.co.uk

Argyll Yacht Charters
Achnafuaran
Ardfern
By Lochgilphead
PA31 8QN

Many thanks,
Tony Bennett

Travel Directions from Glasgow Airport

Take the M8 westbound motorway towards the Erskine Bridge (Toll) and Greenock, and leave at J30, signposted for M898 and A82. After crossing bridge bear left onto A82, signposted Crianlarich. Follow the A82 past Dumbarton and alongside Loch Lomond to Tarbet (32 miles after leaving airport, about 40 minutes drive). At Tarbet Hotel stay on the main road (now the A83), signposted for Campbeltown (note - the road takes a sharp left just past the Hotel). Stay on the A83 through Arrochar, Inveraray and on to Lochgilphead (81 miles after airport, about 1 hour drive). On entering Lochgilphead, turn left at first roundabout, just past ESSO service station. Stay on main road through town, going straight on at next roundabout. At next (third) roundabout turn right onto A816, signposted Oban. Follow A816 for approximately twelve miles and then turn left on to the B8002, sign posted for Ardfern. The Yacht Centre is approximately a mile and a half along the road on your left hand side.

Travel Directions from the North

For clients travelling from the north, they should head for Oban and then head south on the A816, signposted for Lochgilphead and Campbeltown. The coast road will take them through Kilmelford and the Melfort Hotel at Arduaine, and then past the track into Craobh Haven. After a very windy stretch of road (known locally as the thirteen bends) turn right on to the B8002, sign posted for Ardfern. The Yacht Centre is approximately a mile and a half along the road on your left hand side.

Have a safe and pleasant journey.

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