Tighnabruaich’s new pontoon, looking to village
A new dinghy and tender pontoon is now installed and welcoming visiting sailors to the village of Tighnabruaich on Scotland’s west coast.
At almost 100m long, the new pontoon, situated next to the RNLI building, allows access to the centre of the village with all its amenities and shops at all states of the tide.
Boats which used to pass by Tighnabruaich on the way to somewhere else are now stopping and mooring up, using their tenders to access the new pontoon, and taking full advantage of the amenities in this beautiful part of Argyll.
The pontoon is intended for short stays only by dinghy or tender. Bigger boats are encouraged to anchor or moor offshore and access the pontoon in their tenders.