You are: 

Rum

Rum is the largest of the Small Isles and a National Nature Reserve. Home to a great variety of animals and birds the wildlife here is of particular interest to scholars and researchers. The island is also most well known for the striking red sandstone Kinloch Castle. Built at the turn of the century by the wealthy industrialist Sir George Bullough, the castle is now open to visitors as an attraction and hostel accommodation with further plans for restoration and development.

Sail to Rum and the Small Isles from the port of Mallaig.

Find out more about Rum.

Kinloch Castle on Isle of Rum Spring Pea Wildlife on Isle of Rum MV Lochnevis Transparent Burnet Dolphin
Click image to enlarge

Service Amendment
The MV Lochnevis will undergo her annual overhaul at dry dock & there will be two alternative vessels operating the Small Isles Service from Saturday 14th September for approximately 2-3 weeks.

Passenger numbers will be restricted and there will be no onboard facilities. Onward connections cannot be guaranteed, please take this into consideration when planning your journey.

For bookings and further information, intending passengers should contact the Mallaig Ferry Terminal direct on 01687 462403 (option 2)

On Board

MV Lochnevis

MV Lochnevis

Interactive deck plans and downloads for the Small Isles including Rum.

Coffee Cabin

Coffee Cabin

On deck 2 you’ll find the Coffee Cabin serving light snacks and a range of hot, soft and alcoholic drinks.

Facilities.jpg

Facilities

Find out about the range of facilities CalMac offer on board to make your journey comfortable.

Timetables

Summer: SMALL ISLES: Mallaig - Eigg - Muck - Rum - Canna DOWNLOAD NOW
Winter: SMALL ISLES: Mallaig - Eigg - Muck - Rum - Canna DOWNLOAD NOW

Map

Advertise your accommodation

Advertise Your Accommodation
Find out how your business can get in front of the 5 million passengers we carry each year with online, on board and print advertising opportunities.

RBS Worldpay - VeriSign Secured

Service status and information for all CalMac ferry routes

Service status
texts direct
to your mobile

Copyright 2014 Caledonian MacBrayne and CalMac are trading names of CalMac Ferries Limited Company Number: SC302282.
Powered by Sitekit CMS