• STATEMENT ON DUAL FUEL FERRIES CONTRACT

    Statement from CMAL’s chief executive Kevin Hobbs regarding the dual fuel ferries contract. “First and foremost, I want to be clear: all CMAL want to do is deliver two lifeline vessels to island commu

  • DUAL FUEL FERRY COST AND TIMESCALES

    CMAL has responded to the Ferguson Marine shipyard statement made today in the Scottish Parliament. Kevin Hobbs, chief executive, CMAL said: “We are disappointed and frustrated by the cost and timelin

  • UPGRADED PORTAVADIE FERRY TERMINAL BUILDING OPENS

    The newly refurbished waiting room at Portavadie Ferry Terminal has opened to passengers. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL), which owns the building, has completed a project to extend and upgr

  • GOUROCK LINKSPAN REOPENS FOLLOWING ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has completed essential maintenance work on the linkspan at Gourock Ferry Terminal and it has reopened to foot passengers. The linkspan was closed for a tempo

  • LOCHALINE SLIPWAY REOPENS

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has returned the slipway at Lochaline Ferry Terminal to full service today (Monday 2 December) on schedule, following a planned six-week closure. The slipway

  • LINKSPAN MAINTENANCE WORK AT OBAN HARBOUR TO COMMENCE JANUARY 2020

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) will carry out work to replace the lifting cylinders on linkspan number two at Oban Harbour as part of a planned maintenance programme. The linkspan will be o

  • GOUROCK LINKSPAN TO CLOSE FOR FURTHER MAINTENANCE

    The linkspan at Gourock Ferry Terminal will be closed for a further two-day period to complete essential maintenance work.  It will close on Wednesday 4th December and re-open on Friday 6th December.

  • CMAL PUBLISHES PURCHASE PRICE OF MV LOCH SEAFORTH

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has revealed it paid £36 million to buy the MV Loch Seaforth. The vessel was purchased in October this year through a commercial agreement with Lloyds Banking

  • NEW LINKSPAN OPENS AT COLL FERRY TERMINAL

    A new linkspan has been installed at Coll Ferry Terminal and the ferry service has returned to normal following a three-week linkspan closure period. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has repl

  • GOUROCK LINKSPAN TO CLOSE FOR ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE

    The linkspan at Gourock Ferry Terminal will be closed for essential repair and maintenance works for four days from Tuesday 19th to Friday 22nd November 2019. The closure means ferry services will hav

  • GOUROCK LINKSPAN RETURNS TO OPERATION

    The linkspan at Gourock Ferry Terminal has returned to operation after one of the hydraulic cylinders was replaced. The linkspan was brought back into service on Friday (25th October).  It was closed

  • PUBLIC MEETING FOR TARBERT HARBOUR UPGRADE

    A public meeting will be held at Tarbert community centre to update island residents on the programme of work to upgrade Tarbert Ferry Terminal. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL), which owns T

  • CMAL PURCHASES MV LOCH SEAFORTH

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has purchased MV Loch Seaforth after completing a deal with Lloyds Banking Group. The vessel has been purchased for an undisclosed amount as part of a commerc

  • CONTRACT AWARDED FOR TARBERT HARBOUR UPGRADE PROJECT

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has awarded a £14.3 million contract to civil engineering and building contractor, RJ McLeod Limited to carry out upgrade works at Tarbert Ferry Terminal in H

  • CMAL TO HOST FURTHER PUBLIC DROP-IN SESSIONS FOR LOCHALINE

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) is hosting public drop-in sessions to update communities on works to replace the aligning structure at Lochaline Ferry Terminal. The project involves removing the

  • NEW ISLAY FERRY PROJECT UNDERWAY

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has appointed naval architecture consultancy, naValue GmbH, to support the project for the new ferry to operate on the busy Islay route. Scottish Ministers ha

  • CMAL TO HOST COLL AND TIREE PUBLIC MEETINGS

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) will host events in Coll and Tiree to update communities on plans for the forthcoming linkspan replacement project. Two public drop-in sessions have been arra

  • FEASIBILITY STUDY: USING HYDROGEN TO POWER FUTURE FERRY SERVICES

    CMAL is one of several industry partners to be involved in a feasibility study carried out by Point and Sandwick Trust. The study assesses the suitability of using hydrogen produced from local wind fa

  • COLL AND TIREE LINKSPAN CLOSURE DATES CONFIRMED

    Vehicles unable to travel to islands during closure period Passenger service will operate Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has confirmed the dates for the closure of the linkspans at Coll and

  • CMAL TO HOST LOCHALINE PUBLIC DROP-IN SESSION FOR COMMUNITY

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) and Calmac Ferries Limited (CFL) are hosting a public drop-in session to update communities on the plans for replacing the aligning structure at Lochaline Ferry T