Aberdeen Ferry Port

Aberdeen ferry port and terminal is located on the North East coast of Scotland. Well located just 125 miles from Edinburgh and 145 miles from Glasgow, Aberdeen port is an ideal departure point for ferries to the Shetland Islands and Orkney.

You can reach Aberdeen ferry port on the following routes:

Directions To and From Aberdeen Ferry Port

Address: Jamieson's Quay, Aberdeen, AB11 5NP, Scotland.

Getting to Aberdeen Ferry Port

By Car

Follow the A90 to Aberdeen from either Forfar or Peterhead or from the A96 from Inverness. As you get nearer, follow the signs to the Ferry Port, located on the north bank of the River Dee.

By Train

Abderdeen train station is less than 1 mile from the port. There are regular train services to and from Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

By Bus

The 727 Jet Bus service to Aberdeen Airport leaves the NorthLink Ferry terminal after the ship arrives in the morning (and returns from the airport in the afternoon). The bus stop is situated just outside the terminal.

Aberdeen Ferry Port Facilities

Café/ Bar

There are several vending machines serving hot/cold drinks and snacks.

Disabled Facilities

There are disabled toilets, access to the terminal building and lifts.

Terminal Opening Hours

The terminal is open from 06.45 - 19.00 except Tuesdays Apr - Nov, Thursdays and weekends. Times may vary during Festive Season and Dry Dock.

Tourist Information

Information is available at the ticket sales and enquiries desk.

Parking at Aberdeen Ferry Port

There are several car parks (payable) located close to the ferry terminal. Union Square is 3 minutes away (no height restriction) and NCP Ship Row is 15 minutes away with a height restriction of 1.9m. There is also a car park located at Commerical Quay. There is also designated terminal parking for passengers who wish to return to the ship for breakfast. Enter and exit via Lane 10.

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