Name our new ferry

Voting is now open to name the first of our two 102 metre dual fuel ferries. The shortlist has been put forward by the CMAL Board and the Scottish Government with help from the Clyde River Steamer Club to reflect the ferry's Scottish roots. The ferry, currently known as Hull 801, is earmarked for Arran so all names are inspired by Arran's history and geography.

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Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd own the ferries, ports and harbours and infrastructure necessary for vital ferry services serving the West coast of Scotland and the Clyde Estuary. We aim to provide efficient, cost-effective and safe ferries, harbours and port infrastructure for operators, communities and users in and around Scotland.

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AISEAGAN

Tha sealbh aig CMAL air 31 aiseagan agus tha aon aiseag eile aca air màl. Tha na h-aiseagan seo an-dràsta air màl aig a’ gnìomhaiche, Aiseagan CalMac Earranta, air slighean gu eileanan is cinn-tìre air taobh siar na h-Alba, ach a-mhàin an MV CANNA, a th’ air obrachadh le Aiseagan Rathlin Island Earranta ann an Èireann a Tuath. Giùlainidh na h-aiseagan as lugha againn còig chàraichean agus gabhaidh an MV LOCH SÌOPHORT suas ri 143 càraichean no 20 HGV.
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SUIDHEACHADH

CMAL owns and leases piers, harbours and properties around Scotland as well as owning the ferries operated by Calmac Ferries in the Firth of Clyde and around the Hebrides …