Colonsay’s yacht moorings


Thanks for your interest in the moorings - they are now installed and ready for use!


Before too long our newly designed website at will have all the information for use of the moorings & a payment button – and the buoys are printed with this website.  It’s nearly ready, but not yet launched, so for now we're taking payments by BACS transfer -  see below for details.  Please note the name of your boat with your transfer. 


CCDC's details:

Account name: CCDC Services

Sort code: 83-26-04

Account number: 00629015


The overnight mooring fee is £15 (inc. VAT), this fee is for 24 hours stays.  There’s also a daytime mooring fee of £7.50 (inc. VAT) for those visiting for an afternoon for example.


Use of the six moorings is first come first served with no booking system, so please go ahead and make use of them.


The moorings are one bay to the south of Scalasaig on the east of 

the island. Take care to consult marine chart with regards the location of SSEN’s subsea power cable at Queen’s Bay

Service Point (01951 200244) in Scalasaig open Mon – Fri 9:30am -12:30pm


Safe travels!

Old Baptist Manse Announcement

CCDC are pleased to be able to provide short term accommodation to a local family who need to bridge the gap between two tenancies. One of CCDC's main aims is to provide or assist in the provision of housing and we are delighted that bringing this asset into community ownership has allowed us to fulfill this aim. 

In allocating residential use of the Old Manse, Colonsay Community Development Company adopts the policy of giving priority to those in need as a result of the housing shortage on the island; individuals who have made a commitment to making Colonsay their home.  Consideration is given to the resources available to that family or individual, the urgency of their need, and assesses all details on a case by case basis.  

CCDC intends to use this community asset later in the year in support of TSL Contractors Ltd throughout the Scalasaig affordable housing development, and to use the time concurrently to consult the community again with longer-term plans in mind. It is intended that work at the Old Manse itself will be undertaken by TSL during their time there, and this will enhance future possibilities for its use.