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  • Which ferry for Dunoon
  • Premier Icon dumbbot
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    So, thinking about Dunoon tomorrow. If I want to drive down to Gourock, park the car and get the ferry across(because cheaper)

    Which ferry is it and where to park,?

    Premier Icon cbike
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    Cheaper tickets available in some of the local shops.

    Premier Icon dumbbot
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    Yes, but which ferry port? There are 2.

    Premier Icon kennyp
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    Ferry in the town centre, by the train station, is passenger only. Out of town (Western Ferries) takes cars and foot passengers.

    But if you aren’t taking the car it begs the question, why are you going to Dunoon? Lots of lovely places over there but Dunoon ain’t one of them.

    Premier Icon dumbbot
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    Dunoon on Trailforks
    http://www.trailforks.com/region/dunoon-14678

    Premier Icon kennyp
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    Aah, makes sense now. Hope you have a great day. Let us know how you get on.

    Premier Icon squirrelking
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    The Gourock ferry will take you into Dunoon itself whilst the McInroys Point ferry takes you to Hunters Quay outside of Dunoon.

    CalMac for former, Western Ferries for latter. The Gourock terminal is next to the train station if that makes things even easier?

    Premier Icon dumbbot
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    Great day, great trails. Fair amount of slop and lethal roots, the bottom of lower Burnside trail was carpeted in them. I didn’t dare touch the brakes for fear of dieing. What a hoot.

    Premier Icon allyharp
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    But which ferry did you take to get there??

    Premier Icon dumbbot
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    The passenger ferry from Gourock,(by the station) parked the car there and got the ferry over to Dunoon for the princely sum of £7.40.

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