Corpach Marina on truck for summer completion

The first phases of Thomas Telford Corpach Marina is on track to open later this year.

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The first phases of Thomas Telford Corpach Marina – owned by the community through the Caol Regeneration Company, and run as a community enterprise company – are on track to open later
this year.

When fully complete, the marina will provide a west coast sanctuary for visitors to the
area, sheltered from south westerly winds, and with arguably one of the best views of both the Caledonian Canal and Ben Nevis.

It will be the only facility of comparable scale and quality in the 100 sea miles between Inverness and Oban.