This is not a shortcut to Skye! But it is a scenic masterpiece combined with a large helping of history and maybe some wildlife too. Best value is the return journey at £20; otherwise it's currently £14 one way. And the ferry only runs daylight hours from Easter to October.
In addition to travelling on the tiniest, antique, turntable ferry in the UK, you also get to traverse two of the most beautiful, single-track passes in the Highlands - one each side of your ten minute ferry trip. They are worth the fare alone.
On a fine day there really is nothing to beat this excursion. So many beautiful photo-opportunities along the way and maybe even the chance of seals, otters or a sea eagle en-route. Be daring - leave the main roads behind you; then you can really say you made it over the sea to Skye!
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