Coronavirus COVID-19

The Isle of Canna’s community response to COVID-19

(Updated 25th May 2021)

The Isle of Canna is a small and remote community of 18 people. We have few facilities, are distant from medical support and have elderly and vulnerable residents.

During the current pandemic, we continue to work together as a community to ensure our own health and wellbeing, and that of visitors too, as we move through to the next phase.

We still require your help to do this and whilst visitors are welcome, we ask that you pay particular attention to hand hygiene and social distancing. 

What’s available

Yachts and other boats

 

Paying for moorings: if you are using one of the community moorings, payment of £15.00 per night can be made via Paypal – address ‘theisleofcanna@gmail’, via the website link at the bottom of the website or with cash in Canna Community Shop.

For yachts and other boats, further information and updates can be found at:

https://www.facebook.com/CannaHarbour

What we are asking you to do

 

As outlined in the current Scottish Government guidelines on travelling to the Scottish islands, we would ask you to take a lateral flow test before arriving on Canna. Tests are available free from:  https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-on-travel-and-transport/ . Please adhere to the advice given.

Ferry companies intend to start a summer timetable on April 26 2021 but will continue to restrict passenger numbers and will require foot passengers to prebook via Mallaig port office on 01687 310240. Please check their website.  https://www.calmac.co.uk/service-status?route=19

 

If the situation or advice changes, we will update this information.