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Kyle of Lochalsh is a port village on Scotland's northwestern coast, with population under 1,000. The village is located at Loch Alsh's entrance, opposite Kyleakin (Isle of Skye), approx 100 km (63 ml) west of Inverness. Before 1995, a ferry connected both villages, but was replaced by Skye Bridge (road bridge over Loch Alsh).
- Kyle of Lochalsh is the shopping and transport centre for the region, featuring a harbour with marina for berthing yachts and leisure boats. The surrounding scenery and unique wildlife are the main tourist attraction. Salmon farming is among the commong activities in the village.
- A railway station (connecting to Inverness) was opened in 1897 to improve public transportation in northwestern Scotland. The railway ends on water's edge, close to the pier where the ferry used to dock.
- The control centre of Royal Naval BUTEC submarine range has its base here.
- In 1980, BBC filmed the documentary series "Great Railway Journeys Of The World" and Kyle of Lochalsh was in the episode "Confessions of a Trainspotter". Along with nearby Plockton, Kyle of Lochalsh became the backdrop to BBC's TV series "Hamish MacBeth" (comedy-mystery-drama aired in 1995).
Port Kyle of Lochalsh cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
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