• KYLEAKIN HARBOUR WORK DELAYED DUE TO NESTING CHICKS

    Work to remove old harbour structures at Kyleakin harbour has been halted after nesting gull chicks were discovered. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL), which owns the infrastructure, has appoi

  • CMAL INVESTMENT MAP 2020-2021

    The below map outlines completed and ongoing investment across the CMAL network in the years 2020-2021.

  • CMAL ISSUES JULY NEWSLETTER

    The July edition of CMAL’s triannual newsletter has been shared with subscribers. This information includes a piece from Kevin Hobbs about CMAL’s investment plans following a £580 million commitment f

  • CMAL APPOINTS CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE KYLEAKIN HARBOUR STRUCTURES

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has appointed an Orkney-based contractor to demolish redundant ferry berthing infrastructure at Kyleakin harbour. Marine construction firm Leask Marine Limite

  • CONTRACT NOTICE ISSUED FOR ISLAY VESSEL PROJECT

    CMAL has published a contract notice for stage one of the procurement process for the new Islay vessel on the Public Contract Scotland (PCS) website using PCS-Tender. The notice has also been issued t

  • PROCUREMENT OF NEW ISLAY FERRY GETS UNDERWAY

    The procurement of a new ferry to help support the community and economy on Islay is officially underway. The first stage of the tender process will assess if interested shipyards meet the technical a

  • CONTRACT AWARDED FOR CONCEPT DESIGN OF EMISSONS-FREE FERRY

    Scottish-led HySeas III project aims to build Europe’s first sea-going ferry powered by hydrogen fuel cells The journey to build Europe’s first sea-going vehicle and passenger ferry powered by hydroge

  • CMAL MAKING GOOD PROGRESS AT TARBERT FERRY TERMINAL

    The new pier at Tarbert (Harris) Ferry Terminal has taken a “huge step forward.” All the circular steel piles are now in place and the next phase of the upgrade project is ready to begin. The £14.3 mi

  • CMAL COMPLETES TIREE PIERHEAD WORKS

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has completed final snagging works at Tiree Ferry Terminal following completion of pierhead repairs in December last year. Engineers were on site from 22 Marc

  • CMAL SECURES CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL FROM LLOYD’S REGISTER

    Caledonian Maritime Asset Limited has achieved a three-year re-certification from Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA). A three-day external audit of CMAL’s internal management system was carried

  • CMAL UPDATES THREE-YEAR PLAN

    CMAL has updated its three-year corporate plan to include the financial year from March 2023 and to outline key achievements in the past year. Progress in 2020/21 was hampered by the COVID-19 pandemic

  • TIREE PIERHEAD SNAGGING WORKS

    Engineers will be on-site at Tiree Ferry Terminal next week (22 March) to carry out routine snagging works following completion of the pierhead repairs in December last year. Caledonian Maritime Asset

  • SECOND VIRTUAL COMMUNITY MEETING FOR NEW ISLAY FERRY

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL), in partnership with CalMac Ferries Limited and Transport Scotland, will hold an online community consultation meeting this month to update island communities

  • CMAL APPOINTS NEW HEAD OF ENGINEERING

      Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL), which owns ferries, ports, harbours and infrastructure across the west coast of Scotland, Clyde Estuary and Northern Isles, has appointed Morven Bridges a

  • WEBCAM INSTALLED AT LARGS FERRY TERMINAL

    A new harbour webcam has been installed at Largs Ferry Terminal to improve the availability of vital information for mariners and other harbour users, as well as ‘live’ content for ferry enthusiasts.

  • CMAL DISTRIBUTES MARCH NEWSLETTER

    The March edition of CMAL’s triannual newsletter has today been shared with subscribers. Following a positive response from October’s issue, this edition of the newsletter focuses on the transition to

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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