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Ballycastle to Campbeltown Ferry introduces day trips to Islay

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Ferry services from Ballycastle to Campbeltown will soon include link to the island of Islay.

Starting at the beginning of June the Ferry will leave Campbeltown at 7.30am for Ballycastle, then at 9.30 it will leave Ballycastle for Port Ellen, visitors will then have about 4 hours on Islay before departing for Ballycastle again at 3pm. The Ferry will then complete the final leg, Ballycastle to Campbeltown at 4.30pm.

The tour is being marketed as a ‘Taste of Islay’ and will include lunch and a Whisky tasting tour at Ardbeg.

Service is due to start at the beginning of June and will run Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.





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