Oban Harbour Services

North Pier

Fresh Water
•    Available via a standpipe supplied by the Harbourmaster (tel. 01631 562892)
•    Cost - £2.70 per tonne or part thereof

Electricity
•    240 volts and 415 volts (three phase) supplies have recently (June 2015) been installed
•    Cost - The amount consumed will be determined by meter but the cost to the consumer has yet to be confirmed. See Harbourmaster for current details

Garbage
•    There are four bins available for domestic garbage disposal located in the compound on the landward side of the Pier
•    There is no charge for disposal unless the quantity disposed of requires an unscheduled emptying of the bins
•    International Catering Waste (ICW) cannot be accepted
•    Contact the Harbourmaster in advance if any non-domestic garbage or large quantities need to be landed

Waste Oil
•    There is a tank for the disposal of waste oil which is located with the garbage bins in the compound on the landward side of the pier
•    There is no charge for the disposal of small quantities

Bunkers
•    No refuelling facilities are available on the Pier
•    There is good vehicle access for road tankers to supply bunkers

South Quay

Ice
•    Available via Oban Port Users (tel. 01631563354) with advance notice

Fresh Water
•    Available by stand-pipe and hose that must be collected from Oban Port Users tel. 01631 563354.
•    Cost – Included in the landing dues for fishing vessels

Garbage
•    There are bins are available for the disposal of domestic waste only which are located at the rear of the fish market
•    Cost – Included in the landing dues for fishing vessels

Waste Oil
•    There is a tank for the disposal of waste oil which is located at the rear of the fish market
•    Cost – Included in the landing for fishing vessels

Bunkers
•    No refuelling facilities are available on the Quay
•    There is good vehicle access for road tankers to supply bunkers

Railway Pier

Fresh Water
•    Two hoses and standpipes are available
•    Key to the storage box must be collected from the CalMac Piermaster
•    Details of charges can be obtained from Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd website.

Electricity
•    240volts and 415 volts (three phase) supplies are available
•    Vessels to supply their own cable and connections
•    Pre-paid cards are required to access the supply and they are available from the CalMac Piermaster

Garbage
•    Bins are located at the South end of the Ferry Terminal for the disposal of domestic waste only
•    Cost – Included in the berthing dues

Waste Oil
•    A tank is located at the South end of the Pier (with the garbage bins)
•    Cost - Details of charges can be obtained from Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd website.