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Closure of pier at Wemyss Bay in February 2015

26 September 2014

Wemyss Bay harbour will undergo significant investment to secure a safe, efficient and reliable service to Rothesay. As part of this investment, the Wemyss Bay ferry terminal will be closed for 16 weeks from early February 2015 to late May 2015 to enable essential work to be undertaken to replace the pier fenders (the section of the pier that the ferries berth against). In addition, the vehicle linkspan will be refurbished and repairs made to the pier concrete deck.

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Tags: Wemyss Bay
Categories: Press, Piers and harbours

FERRY SERVICE WILL BE UNAFFECTED BY SHIPYARD DELAY

24 September 2014

There has been a further delay to the delivery of the MV LOCH SEAFORTH by the shipyard in Germany. This latest ship in the Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) fleet is now scheduled to undergo sea trials starting later this week and enter service as soon as the completion of harbour works at Stornoway make this possible.

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Tags: MV Loch Seaforth
Categories: Press, Projects

FUNDING IN PLACE FOR BRODICK FERRY TERMINAL REDEVELOPMENT

23 July 2014

Brodick Harbour Redevelopment Group is pleased to announce that funds have been secured to move forward with the redevelopment works at Brodick Ferry Terminal as a single phased project, due for completion towards the end of 2016.

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UPDATE ON DELIVERY OF MV LOCH SEAFORTH

22 July 2014

Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) has won Electric and Hybrid Propulsion System of the Year for MV HALLAIG at the inaugural Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards in Amsterdam, The Netherlands last night (Thursday 26 June 2014).

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Tags: MV LOCH SEAFORTH
Categories: Press, Projects, Ferries

CMAL Wins Prestigious International Award

27 June 2014

Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) has won Electric and Hybrid Propulsion System of the Year for MV HALLAIG at the inaugural Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards in Amsterdam, The Netherlands last night (Thursday 26 June 2014).

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