Lamlash Harbour

Lamlash, Isle of Arran, North Ayrshire, West Scotland

Just 3 miles south of Brodick is Lamlash Harbour, which was an assembly point for wartime North Atlantic convoys. As well as being a safe anchorage with shelter from most wind directions it is a safe area for sailing, especially in dinghies, with a deep bay protected by the Holy Isle.

Arran Yacht Club is based in Lamlash and operates 25 Visitor moorings, some of which can be booked in advance.
In Lamlash there is a selection of food outlets from home cooking at the Old Pier Tearoom to Pub Grub and Hotel dining. The Old Pier Tearoom also has showers and the village Co-op Welcome store is open 7 days a week. Lamlash also has an 18 hole golf course which makes visitors welcome at very reasonable rates.

Contact organisation: Arran Yacht Club
Phone: 00 441770 600705
VHF: None


Facilities include: Visitor Moorings, Anchorage, Mooring Fee Payable, Fresh Water , Fuel by can, Chandler, Provisions Store, Rubbish Disposal, Toilets, Showers, Bar, Restaurant, Post Office, Slipway.


Just 3 miles south of Brodick. Lamlash has an 18 hole Golf Course and Co-op store which is open 7 days a week. There is a cycle trail between Lamlash and Kilmory, providing mountain bikers with miles and miles of off-road tracks and forest trails.