Eigg Ferry Port
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The Isle of Eigg is the second largest and most populated of the beautiful Small Isles. You can't miss Eigg's most distinctive feature, the pitchstone peak of the Sgurr, as you approach on the ferry.
Getting to/from Eigg
There are a few private moorings which leaves limited space for anchoring so a tripping line is not a bad idea. The spring tide sets quite strongly through this channel. When approaching from the north-east, approach between the two new (and lit) perches, and keep open water between Castle Island and Galmisdale point ahead of you. This will keep you in the deepest part of the channel, which is at its shallowest just south of the port hand perch. If you are coming from south, keep clear of the south shore of Castle island, as the reef extends some way offshore.
Isle of Eigg, PH42 4RL , Scotland