Appin, Oban, Argyll & the Isles, West Scotland
Dallens Bay is just north of Lismore Island. The south channel is marked with P/S buoys, and there are 50 swinging moorings for residents and visiting vessels with a water taxi service.There is a pontoon for water, diesel, petrol and loading, with 30ft depth at all tides. Overnight mooring alongside is only advisable in calm weather.
Limited repairs can be carried out by local engineers. There are launch, storage, shower and toilet facilities and there is a day time (closed 6pm) restaurant 600m from the marina. Port Appin (20 mins by sea, 5 miles by road), has a village co-op store, and two restaurants. This area is a magnificent cruising ground with a wide variety of anchorages and unlimited wild life from seals to sea eagles.
Facilities include: Pontoon Facility, Visitor Moorings, Anchorage, Mooring Fee Payable, Fresh Water , Shorepower, Marine Diesel, Boatyard, Rubbish Disposal, Toilets, Showers, Restaurant, Slipway.
Close to Port Appin which has a village co-op store and two restaurants. The area is rich in history, there is also an abundance of wildlife, including seals, sea birds and flora. Lettershuna Riding Centre offers horse riding in the area or you can walk to Castle Stalker if the tide is right.