Lochranza Ferry Port
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Lochranza is the most northernly sited of Arran's villages and is located in the northwestern corner of the island.The village is set on the shore of Loch Ranza, a small sea loch. Ferries run from here to Claonaig on the mainland. The village is flanked to the northeast by the landmark hill Torr Meadhonach.
A new pier was constructed in 2003, allowing larger vessels easier access with the possibility to disembark passengers for a short tour of the village. Regular vessels which use the pier include the paddle steamer Waverley and the Lord of the Glens, a small cruise ship.
Slipway, Lochranza, Isle of Arran, KA27 8HL, Scotland