Brodick Ferry Terminal
Approximately 2,500 ferry movements at Brodick every year
The East berth at Brodick can accommodate vessels of up to 105m in length and up to 5.1m draught.
Brodick had a £30 million infrastructure upgrade 2016 and 2018
Ferries to Ardrossan depart from Brodick
Facilities: Large terminal building with ticket office, EV charging station, vehicle marshalling area, passenger access system, short-term carpark, nearby transport hub, waiting rooms and toilets
Located off the west coast of Scotland, Brodick is the Isle of Arran’s flagship ferry port. Sheltered from the prevailing westerly winds, the location is used by ferries, commercial and cruise vessels.
In 2018, we completed a major infrastructure project to transform the existing terminal, which was originally constructed in the early 1970s. The £30 million upgrade project delivered a new pier, an increased marshalling area and a modern terminal building, with bus stances and parking facilities. It is the single biggest port infrastructure construction project delivered by CMAL. View ariel footage of the development here. We are currently planning to demolish the old pier at Brodick, which was decommissioned in 2018, with a tender due to be issued during summer 2021.