Oban Harbour (Port Code:GBOBN), with modern, versatile facilities for a wide variety of users, is a busy working port on the west coast of Scotland and is a vital lifeline to many of the islands nearby with Caledonian MacBrayne ferries making regular trips to Mull, Lismore, Tiree, Coll, Colonsay and Barra. Sheltered by the Island of Kerrera yet close to the open sea, Oban Bay Harbour is open to shipping in most weathers and operates around the clock, handling over 13,000 vessels annually.
Oban has 3 piers (North Pier, South Pier and the Railway Pier), giving a total berth length of 610m. The port caters mainly for ferries, fishing vessels and yachts. The South Pier and Railway Pier are owned privately by Caledonian McBrayne Ltd. The North Pier is under the authority of Argyll & Bute Council.