Troon Ferry Port

Located on the west coast of Scotland, Troon ferry port offers sailings to Larne in Northern Ireland.

Catch a crossing to Troon ferry terminal on these routes:

Troon Ferry Terminal Map and Directions

Address: Arran House, 100 Port Ranald Drive, Troon Ayrshire KA10 6HH

About Troon

Troon is a charming seaside town overlooking the Isle of Arran and boasts one of the largest beaches in Scotland.

Troon is perhaps best known for the Royal Troon golf course, one of the hosts of the Open Golf Championship. Troon Harbour is now a fishing port, yachting marina, and passenger ferry port, and over the past few years has become a popular place for yachting and kitesurfing. The strong winds coming from the Atlantic and from the north down the Firth of Clyde make it an ideal spot.

Getting to Troon Ferry Port

By Car

From the North follow the A78 from Irvine (A78) or Glasgow (A71/M77) then follow the signs to Troon Ferry Port. From the South follow the A77 from Ayr & Stranraer then follow the signs to the Ferry Port.

By Train

Troon train station is located approx a mile away from the ferry port and terminal. This is around a 25 minute walk. Should you prefer to take a taxi, they are usually available outside the train station. Regular trains run to Glasgow City Centre, about 45 minutes away, every half hour.

By Bus

National Express operate a coach service to Ayr (9 miles away) but no services to Troon ferry port. A local bus service operates to Troon centre but you will need a taxi to take you to the ferry port.

Troon Ferry Port Facilities

Café/ Bar

There is a snack bar located inside the terminal as well as several snack and beverage vending machines.

Disabled Facilities

Disabled toilets are located within the terminal building. For further information, passengers can call 0871 664 4999.

Parking at Troon Ferry Port

There are short and long term pay and display car parking facilities adjacent to the ferry terminal.

Port information is provided by Eurodrive for guidance only.