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Travelling to Orkney by Sea
Northlink Ferries provide a service from Aberdeen to Kirkwall, Shetland to Kirkwall and Scrabster to Stromness. The Scrabster/Stromness route provides the visitor with spectacular views of the Old Man of Hoy and St Johns Head. For further information please contact www.northlinkferries.co.uk for more information.
Pentland Ferries provide a service for passengers and vehicles between Gill’s Bay in Caithness and St Margaret’s Hope in South Ronaldsay, one of Orkney ‘South Isles’ connected to the Orkney Mainland by the ‘Churchill Barriers’ causeways. For further information visit www.pentlandferries.co.uk.
John O'Groats ferries provide a passenger only service from John O'Groats to Burwick on the Orkney Mainland. For further information please contact www.jogferry.co.uk for more information.
Travelling to Orkney by Air
British Airways provide connections to Inverness, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Wick. For further information please contact www.britishairways.com
Travelling to Hoy from the Orkney Mainland - There are two ferries operating from the mainland to Hoy. A car ferry between Houton and Lyness and a passenger ferry between Stromness and Moaness. For further information please contact www.orkneyferries.co.uk. Although there are several crossings a day, early booking is essential for the car ferry to Hoy during the summer months.http://www.northlinkferries.co.ukhttp://www.pentlandferries.co.ukhttp://www.jogferry.co.ukhttp://www.britishairways.comhttp://www.orkneyferries.co.ukshapeimage_2_link_0shapeimage_2_link_1shapeimage_2_link_2shapeimage_2_link_3shapeimage_2_link_4