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    • Drumshoreland Moorings

      Both long and short term moorings are available at this spot on the Union Canal....

    • Dunardry

      Small number of transit moorings available...

    • Edinburgh Harrison Park Moorings

      Situated on the outskirts of Edinburgh city centre, Harrison Park offers both long and short term moorings for boaters and is home to the Edinburgh canal society and restaurant boat Zazou....

    • Edinburgh Leamington Wharf Moorings

      A newly developed mooring location situated in front of a new townhouse development...

    • Edinburgh Lochrin Basin Moorings

      Situated within walking distance of Edinburgh's busy centre is Lochrin basin...

    • Edinburgh Quay

      Edinburgh Quay at Lochrin Basin is an attractive place to meet friends, to eat, drink or take a canal-side stroll and watch the colourful boats...

    • Edinburgh Ratho Moorings

      Both long and short term moorings are available. Moorings are located close to the Bridge Inn pub restaurant and the Edinburgh Canal Centre....

    • Fort Augustus

      Whether by boat, road or path, Fort Augustus is a great place to stop, take a breather, and admire the majesty of the Caledonian Canal...

    • Forth & Clyde Canal

    • Gairlochy

      A picturesque section of the Caledonian Canal which meets Loch Lochy by means of two locks...

    • Glasgow Applecross Street Moorings

      Long and short term moorings situated outside Scottish Canals Glasgow office....

    • Glasgow Speirs Wharf Moorings

      Speirs Wharf can be found on the Glasgow branch of the Forth & Clyde Canal...

    • Grangemouth Sealock Moorings

      Long and short term moorings available with customer facilities. Moorings provide easy access to the River Carron....

    • Hire a boat on the Caledonian Canal

      Charter a yacht or hire a cruiser, stay on a hotel boat or a holiday barge, or even take a day-trip on Loch Ness.

    • Holidays on the Caledonian Canal

      Carve your way by boot, bike or boat and enjoy all that the Great Glen has to offer. Sail across the famous Loch Ness, explore Ben Nevis by foot or cycle your way along the excellent towpaths.