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The quay was used by the Loch Fyne ferry.
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Otter Ferry; (Scottish Gaelic: An Oitir) is a settlement, on the Cowal peninsula in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, formerly the site of a ferry across Loch Fyne. Otter Ferry is situated 9 miles from Portavadie where you can catch the ferry to Tarbert, in Kintyre. The ferry is operated by Caledonian McBrayne.
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