Scottish Canals is the Statutory Harbour Authority two harbours on the west coast of Scotland.
Ardrishaig Harbour, located at the Southern end of the Crinan Canal, is an important port to timber transport in Argyll. Up to 100,000 tonnes of cargo are handled each year including timber, salt and fish feed.
Corpach Harbour is at the Southern end of the Caledonian Canal, near Fort William, and Scottish Canals are responsible for port structures within the basin.
Find out more about the two harbours and the services we can offer on our website.