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  1. New Website Launch

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    Following a successful first year, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new website.  The new custom-built site is easy to navigate and offers a great service and information for all of our customers.

    After recognising early on that the need for a website where our customers can easily access, we engaged the services of a local web designer, based in Renfrewshire, ‘kp kreative’ who guided us through the process, project managed the programming and designed the new website.

    The website has a number of features.  For example, clients can contact us for journeys within the contact form on every page.  They can also enquire about whisky, golf, sightseeing tours and corporate travel, picking them up from anywhere in Scotland. Airport transfers offers a Meet & Greet service with drop off to their nearest pick up point.

  2. North Isles Marine

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    We are proud to supply our services for crew transportation when required by North Isles Marine, based in Burravoe, Yell, Shetland are live fish transport specialists providing Wellboat Services to the aquaculture industry throughout Scotland.


    North Isles Marine was established in 2008 to provide live fish transport services for the aquaculture industry in Scotland. The first vessel the Company purchased was the MV Norholm, a 330cbm capacity wellboat. In 2015 the company expanded its fleet having purchased the MV Settler, a 650cbm capacity wellboat. They currently have two vessels, the MV Norholm and MV Settler providing an excellent, reliable service to their customers.

  3. Ardfern Yacht Centre

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    Our clients from all over enjoy the amazing scenery en route to Ardfern. We provide ground transportation from Airports, train stations and ferry terminals.

    Ardfern Yacht Centre is located at the head of Loch Craignish, one of Scotland’s most beautiful and sheltered sea lochs. It has several interesting islands and natural anchorages and the yacht centre has an established history having original started around an old pier where steamers and puffers once called.


    A full range of marine services are available at the centre with a hoist capacity of 40T and a dedicated team including boatbuilders, marine engineers, electricians and yacht riggers and a comprehensively stocked chandlery. The centre has 85 pontoon berths catering for vessels up 75′ and over 90 swinging moorings for boats up to 65′. It acts as a base for a local charter company.


  4. Oban

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    The area around Oban is rich with attractions for tourists, from the dramatic scenery of the coast and mountains to the fascinating histories of the local castles and ancient religious sites. There are also many activities available for families and those interested in more active pursuits.

    The town is also an important ferry port: it is Caledonian MacBrayne’s busiest terminal. Oban is known as the “Gateway to the Isles”, with ferries sailing to the islands of Lismore, Colonsay, Islay, Coll, Tiree, to Craignure on Mull, to Castlebay on Barra and to Lochboisdale on South Uist. In 2005, a new ferry terminal was opened, and in 2007 a second linkspan opened, allowing two vessels to load/unload at the same time. This is why it’s one of our more popular destinations.


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