A unique experience as one of the last remaining turntable ferries! A nice ride across where you can see the seals playing and the diverse macroalgae/seaweed growing on the rocks. 6 cars per run and totally worth the cost to keep this father-son operation in business. And a much more classical way to get to/from Skye rather than the bridge on the other side!
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