Thomas Telford Corpach Marina is situated at the SW end of the Caledonian Canal a few miles from Fort William, the Outdoor Capital of the UK. It affords stunning views of Ben Nevis and surrounding mountains.
There is a floating pontoon system comprising 45 berths. Facilities include power and water at the berths, along with free wifi, CCTV security, showers and laundry. An Cafaidh Mara is the onsite café offering a warm highland welcome and serving the finest locally sourced food. The marina also has a slipway.
Local services in the village of Corpach include a small supermarket, pub, cash machine, museum, post office, EV recharging points, mainline train station and local bus stop. Fort William is only a few miles away and connected by local bus, taxi, or rentable E-Bikes.
An attraction for the young and old alike is the world-famous Jacobite Steam Train, otherwise known as the Harry Potter Train. This travels past the marina four times per day in the summer months and always draws crowds to travel on it or simply to watch it pass by.
Prices are £3 per metre length of your boat for a one-night stay.
Slipway charges range from £5 to £25 per launch and recovery with car and trailer parking.
Book and pay for your berth or mooring with HarbaApp – a free mobile app for boaters.