Ferry News Update

Best pic of the autumn? Hebridean Isles, Isle of Lewis and Loch Seaforth at Stornoway on 3 November 2020, captured by CRSC member Mark Nicolson

The latest edition of Scottish Ferry News, compiled by John Newth, is available here.

It covers all known movements by members of the CalMac fleet during the period from 1 October to 10 November.

John Newth provides CRSC with regular ‘Ferry News’ updates

This latest edition documents Bute’s annual survey, Coruisk’s three visits to Troon, Hebridean Isles’ visits to Campbeltown and Greenock and Isle of Arran’s appearances at Aberdeen, Ullapool and Troon.

It also provides dates for Hebridean Isles’ tour of duty on the Stornoway freight service, Loch Seaforth’s overhaul at Birkenhead and Isle of Lewis’s special trip to Oban for deep cleaning/crew change. Plus plenty more.

CRSC’s Scottish Ferry News is an invaluable resource for enthusiasts wishing to track where vessels have been, what overhauls have taken place and which routes have been affected by weather disruptions and service alterations.

Archived Newsletters issued in previous winter sessions may be found here.

CRSC is proud of the service it provides for all ship enthusiasts, but hopes anyone who is not yet a Club member will take advantage of our £10 introductory membership offer here.

Click here for CalMac service status and timetables. While pandemic restrictions are in force, anyone who is not a resident islander or not involved in an essential service is being discouraged from attempting a journey.

Coruisk passes Loch Buie at Largs Pier on 6 November en route from Troon to Wemyss Bay to pick up the Rothesay service

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Published on 11 November 2020