• CMAL COMPLETES NEW LINKSPAN INSTALLATION AT GOUROCK

    Works to install a new linkspan at Gourock Ferry Terminal have been completed as part of a £2.5 million project. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL), which owns the terminal, has returned linksp

  • NTM 21/21 Isle of Coll Visitor Moorings Hazard Update

    Latitude   56° 37.191’ North                                               Longitude 006° 31.271’ West WGS 84 Datum                                                                     WGS 84 Datum

  • NTM 20/21 Gourock Ferry Terminal Fender Removal Dive Works

    Latitude   55° 57.620’ North                                               Longitude 004° 48.857’ West WGS 84 Datum                                                                     WGS 84 Datum

  • NTM 19/21 Loch Eatharna, Isle of Coll Visitor Moorings and Navigational Hazard

    Mariners are advised that following the recent prolonged period of extreme weather conditions several of the buoys that mark the CMAL visitor moorings in Loch Eatharna, Isle of Coll have become detach

  • CMAL LAUNCHES SMALL VESSEL REPLACEMENT PROGRAMME

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL), in partnership with Transport Scotland and CalMac, is commencing a major programme to replace up to seven small ‘loch class’ vessels serving the Clyde and Hebrid

  • NTM 18/21 Asset Condition Survey Dive Projects – Update 2

    Further to NTM 14/21, mariners are advised that CMAL will be conducting asset condition surveys of the facilities at the locations listed below that are operated primarily in support of lifeline ferri

  • NTM 17/21 Port Ellen Ferry Terminal, AtoN Buoy Light Restored

    Mariners are advised that the light on the undernoted lateral mark buoy indicating the edge of the inner shoal of Loch Leodamais opposite Port Ellen Ferry Terminal, Isle of Islay has been restored to

  • NEW PIER TAKING SHAPE AT TARBERT FERRY TERMINAL

    The new pier is beginning to take shape at Tarbert Ferry Terminal as part of the £14.3million upgrade project at the harbour. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL), which owns Tarbert Ferry Termin

  • NTM 16/21 Asset Condition Survey Dive Projects – Update 1

    Further to NTM 14/21, mariners are advised that CMAL will be conducting asset condition surveys of the facilities at the locations listed below that are operated primarily in support of lifeline ferri

  • NEW ISLAY VESSEL Q&A PUBLISHED

    A new Q&A document for the Islay vessel project has been published by Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL). Islay vessel project Q&A – February 2021 (PDF, 544kb) The questions were submit

  • NTM 15/21 Lochranza Ferry Terminal Slipway Repairs Update

    Latitude   55° 42.480’ North                                                Longitude 005° 18.081’ West WGS 84 Datum                                                                      WGS 84 Datum W

  • CRAIGNURE PASSENGER ACCESS SYSTEM OUT OF SERVICE

    The passenger access system (PAS) at Craignure Ferry Terminal has been taken out of service today (4 February 2021) by Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) for health and safety reasons. An engin

  • KYLEAKIN HARBOUR STRUCTURES TO BE DEMOLISHED

    Ferry berthing infrastructure at Kyleakin harbour is set to be demolished later this year by Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL). Two berthing dolphins, which were part of the infrastructure use

  • NTM 14/21 Asset Condition Survey Dive Projects, Firth of Clyde and West Coast of Scotland

    Mariners are advised that CMAL are about to commence asset condition surveys of its ports, harbours and other facilities that are operated primarily in support of lifeline ferries throughout the Clyde

  • NEW LINKSPAN INSTALLED AT GOUROCK FERRY TERMINAL

    A new linkspan has been installed at Gourock Ferry Terminal during a late night operation as part of a £2 million project to extend the life of the linkspan structure. LARA 1, a large offshore crane b

  • NTM 13/21 Gourock Ferry Terminal Linkspan Lifting Operation

    Latitude   55º 57.619’ North                                               Longitude 004º 48.857′ West WGS 84 Datum                                                                    WGS 84 Datum Mari

  • NTM 12/21 Port Ellen Ferry Terminal, Extinguished AtoN Buoy Light

    Mariners are advised that the light on the undernoted lateral mark buoy indicating the edge of the inner shoal of Loch Leodamais opposite Port Ellen Ferry Terminal, Isle of Islay has been reported as

  • NTM 11/21 Lochranza Ferry Terminal Slipway Repairs

    Latitude   55° 42.480’ North                                                Longitude 005° 18.081’ West WGS 84 Datum                                                                      WGS 84 Datum M

  • NTM 10/21 Port Ellen, Islay Sgeir Nan Ron Perch Light Restored

    Mariners are advised that the undernoted perch light on the approach to Port Ellen harbour, Isle of Islay has been restored to normal operation. Name Port Ellen. Entrance. Sgeir Nan Ron. ALLFS No. A42

  • NTM 09/21 Tarbert (Harris) Ferry Terminal Harbour Reconstruction Works

    Latitude 57º 53.807’ North (WGS-84 datum) Longitude 006º 47.927’ West (WGS-84 datum) Mariners are advised that contractors RJ MacLeod Ltd are continuing reconstruction of Tarbert Ferry Terminal and in