The Scottish Association for Marine Science is an independent non-profit membership organisation founded in 1884 by Sir John Murray. Since then, SAMS has developed to an internationally established research centre studying all aspects of the marine system, providing education (BSc, MSc, MRes, PhD) and scientific knowledge for society, policy makers and business.
Getting to Oban
Oban is well connected to Glasgow and Edinburgh airports via public transport (bus and train) and reachable by car (roughly 85 miles and 115 miles respectively). For direction with Google click here
More detailed information on how to get there can be found here
Getting from Oban to SAMS
There will be a shuttle bus running between Oban and SAMS and back on the 10th, 11th and 12th July.</ br>
Mornings: The bus will leave Oban Station Square at 08:30, this is a 35 seater bus. There is also a service bus running between Oban and SAMS in the morning, number 405 leaving Oban Station Square at 08:35 and arriving at the laboratory at 08:48 (the bus fare on this service is approx. £1.50).
Afternoon/Evenings: A 49 seater shuttle bus to Oban will leave SAMS at 19:30 on Tuesday 8th (after the wine reception), at 18:00 on Wednesday 9th, and 11:30 on Thursday 10th.</ br>
There is parking available at SAMS however the car park can be busy.