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By ferry: There are two ports on Islay: Port Ellen (tel: 01496 302209) in the east and Port Askaig in the north. On Wednesdays it is usually also possible to travel between Oban and Port Askaig.
Both are served by vehicle ferries from Kennacraig (tel: 01880 730253) which is located on the Kintyre Peninsula (100 miles north of Glasgow) and is served by the City Link bus service from Glasgow The official Caledonian Macbrayne web site lists the current ferry timetables and fares. A ferry leaves Port Askaig at 10.40am and reaches Oban at 2.55pm.
Dennis and I published a summary of the theory in World Archaeology in December 2004.
This was followed 1n 2005 in World Archaeology by a rebuttal by Straus, Meltzer and Goebel.