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Harbour info

Our pier and the surrounding bay offer excellent and picturesque shelter to vessels visiting our island, working in the vicinity, or in transit to any of the stunning destinations we’re enroute to.



Harbour Office: 01687 310733

Harbour authority: National Trust for Scotland

Harbour and Notices to Mariners | National Trust for Scotland (


There are 10 first come first served visitor moorings at £20 p/night. All have pickup lines, are yellow, and are suitable for vessels up to 35ft.

Pay cash at the shop beside Café Canna, or online here


The bay is well sheltered from almost all directions, with plenty of space for anchoring around and amongst the moorings. Bottom is mud and sand, but with some kelp so dig in. The cleanest area is between the two chapels. Please do not anchor within 100m of the pier.


Tenders / getting ashore

There is a slipway at the pier - please help us to make sure this is kept clear at all times for ferries, ribs, doctors boats and all the other services that keep the island going. There is space to store tenders at the top of the slipway.



Showers are available at Canna Campsite - Donations welcome!

Toilets and a water tap can be found in the shop

Unfortunately we lack the facilities to offer diesel and gas - the nearest options for these are Mallaig to the East, Carbost to the North, and Lochboisdale to West

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