Tobermory is the main town on Mull and the ideal place either as a destination or to stay as you make plans or wait for the weather to venture further North, West or South.
Tobermory Harbour offers a range of berthing options including up to 50 visitor berths on the pontoons with excellent shoreside facilities, including toilets, showers and laundry at the Harbour Building. Wi-fi available for marine users with the password from marine staff. 38 visitor moorings including 4 for vessels up to 80 tonnes and two in the lovely quiet Aros Bay. Look for the blue moorings with white tops.
You can see more details of the facilities on the Tobermory Harbour website.
Within walking distance of the harbour are an excellent range of restaurants, bars, Bank, Post Office and shops catering for most needs including a chandlery.
Popular with all ages. A day is not enough.
Visit Europe’s first catch and release Aquarium, with a seasonal display of magnificent local marine life that’s returned to the sea every couple of weeks. No two visits will be the same. Get your hands wet at our touch-pool sessions or explore our maritime heritage and interactive displays. The Mull Aquarium is located in the Harbour building. For further information including upcoming events see website: www.mullquarium.co.uk
Available from 2018, a new air compressor facility for divers.
As well as the fabulous Mull Aquarium you can visit a Distillery, a Museum, Arts Centre and Theatre.
Visitors can also take beautiful walks in the adjacent Aros Park or to the lighthouse.
Should your visit coincide with inclement weather then Tobermory provides an excellent base from which to explore Mull & Iona by local service bus or a daysail to the sheltered waters of Loch Sunart.
Tobermory Harbour Association is a not for profit community owned company which reinvests all profits to provide facilities for the benefit of the community.
Restaurant/pub on site