• CMAL Wins Scottish Transport Award 2014

    MV HALLAIG has won Most Innovative Transport Project of the Year at the Scottish Transport Awards 2014. The Annual Scottish Transport Awards, hosted by journalist and television presenter Kirsty Wark,

  • Brodick Ferry Terminal Redevelopment

    Brodick Ferry Terminal Redevelopment 19 June 2014 The detailed design for the terminal redevelopment is progressing well, with many aspects almost complete.  CMAL are confident of progressing the work

  • Award nomination for MV HALLAIG

    We are delighted that our hybrid ferry, MV HALLAIG, has been shortlisted for the ‘Electric and Hybrid Propulsion System of the Year’ award in the inaugural Electric and Hybrid Award 2014. The winner w

  • New Footage of MV Hallaig

    One of CMAL’s new hybrid ferries, MV Hallaig, makes it’s way between Sconser and Rassay showing stunning surroundings and smooth sailing.

  • Build complete on second hybrid ferry – MV LOCHINVAR

    The MV LOCHINVAR, the second hybrid ferry commissioned by Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL), was officially handed over to CalMac Ferries Ltd on 6 May 2014 and is now undergoing familiarisation tr

  • Brodick Redevelopment – HRO Documents

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) are pleased to inform you that the Harbour Revision Order (HRO) being applied for as part of the Brodick Ferry Terminal Redevelopment works will be formally submi

  • Brodick Terminal Redevelopment – Ground Investigation

    As part of the Brodick Ferry Terminal Redevelopment project Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) awarded the contract for Ground Investigation to Structural Soils Ltd.  The majority of the investigat

  • Chair and Non-Executive Director Appointed to the Board of Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd

    The Minister for Transport and Veterans today announced the appointment of Erik Østergaard as the new Chair of the Board of Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd.  He also announced the appointment of Morag 

  • Full steam ahead as CMAL launches major new vessel

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) has launched a major new addition to its fleet in Flensburg, Germany, today (Friday 21st March). The 116 metre long MV LOCH SEAFORTH was launched into the water f

  • Lochranza Seawall Replacement Project Public Meeting

    CMAL are planning to hold a public/ stakeholder meeting in relation to the Lochranza Seawall Replacement Project at Lochranza and Catacol Village Hall on Monday 10th March 2014, from 18-00 to 20-00 ho

  • Brodick Ferry Terminal Redevelopment Update

    The detailed design work on the Brodick Ferry terminal redevelopment project is continuing. Liaison with stakeholders on technical issues is being undertaken as the design proceeds. The ground investi

  • Ullapool Pier Improvements

    Presentation showing the improvements due for the Ullapool Pier. Ullapool Pier Improvements November 2013 (PDF, 43.2Mb) Includes information on: • Plans/technical drawings/video • Passenger Access Sys

  • World’s first hybrid ferry enters service

    The world’s first hybrid ferry sailed its maiden voyage this week (25th November) on its route between Sconser and Rasaay. The MV HALLAIG is the first passenger and vehicle roll-on, roll-off ferries i

  • Update on Tobermory Harbour incident

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd can confirm that an incident occurred on Wednesday 30th October at the slipway at Tobermory Harbour, during planned upgrade works. While a contracted lorry was unloading

  • Public Meeting Brodick Terminal Redevelopment

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) have now started the detailed design stage of the infrastructure improvements at Brodick Ferry Terminal, and would like to update local individuals, groups and bu

  • CMAL CEO Moves On After Six Years at the Helm

    The Chief Executive Officer of Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) is moving on from his position after six years leading the organisation. Guy Platten, who was appointed to CMAL in August 2007

  • First Steel Cut for New Stornoway-Ullapool Ferry

    The first piece of steel was cut yesterday (16 September 2013) for the MV LOCH SEAFORTH, the replacement ferry on the Stornoway-Ullapool route, marking the start of construction on the new vessel. The

  • Appointment of Chair and Non-Executive Director

    Our Chairman and 2 of our Non-Executive Directors will be standing down from the CMAL Board at the end of April 2014. We are now looking for suitable candidates to help take the business forward. With

  • Hybrid Ferry, Hallaig, Sea Trials

    HALLAIG has recently undergone a successful initial set of sea trials. The trials were to prove the various systems, speeds and equipment on board. The ship even operated for a time on the batteries a

  • CMAL nominated for Europe wide environmental award

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd has been nominated for a prestigious Sustainable Energy Europe Award, as part of EU Sustainable Energy Week, for their innovative work on the Hybrid Ferry project. The n