• Wemyss Bay Pier Refurbishment – Progress Update No 4

    Progress Update No. 4 8th February 2016 Wemyss Bay Pier Refurbishment-Progress Update No 4 (PDF, 875Kb) For ‘Progress Update No.1, please click here (PDF, 820kb) For ‘Progress Update No.2, please clic

  • Ardrossan Harbour Taskforce formed

    The first meeting of the Ardrossan Harbour Taskforce has been convened by Minister for Transport and Islands, Derek Mackay. The group, which is made up of all of the harbour’s key stakeholders, has be

  • Brodick Terminal Redevelopment – public meeting Q and As – 3 December 2015

    Questions / comments raised at all CMAL public meeting regarding Brodick Ferry Terminal redevelopment. Download the PDF by clicking here (PDF, 1.7mb)

  • Wemyss Bay Pier Refurbishment – Progress Update No 3

    Progress Update No. 3 8th January 2016 Wemyss Bay Pier Refurbishment-Progress Update No 3 (PDF, 831Kb) For ‘Progress Update No.1, please click here (PDF, 820kb) For ‘Progress Update No.2, please click

  • Brodick Public Meeting Presentation

    Presentation and Stakeholder notes from the recent public meeting at Brodick held on 3rd December are availble below: Brodick Public Presentation 03 Dec 2015 (PDF, 12.8mb) Brodick Redevelopment Stakeh

  • Third hybrid ferry launches on the Clyde

    A cutting edge ferry, which is the third of three unique ‘hybrid’ vessels, was launched on the Clyde today at Ferguson Marine Engineering Ltd’s (FMEL) shipyard in Port Glasgow. The hybrid ferry, named

  • Public Meeting Brodick Terminal Redevelopment

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) have now awarded the contract to redevelop the Brodick Ferry Terminal, and would like to update local individuals, groups and businesses on the project, as well a

  • CMAL CEO moves on after two years at the helm

    The Chief Executive Officer of Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) will leave in April 2016 after two years leading the organisation. Tom Docherty, who joined CMAL in April 2014, is leaving to p

  • Grade A listed building at Wemyss Bay Ferry terminal restored

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has completed the £1 million comprehensive upgrade of the Grade A listed building that forms the Wemyss Bay Ferry Terminal. The existing timber walkway, ticke

  • CMAL Awards £22.2 Million Contract for Brodick Terminal Upgrade

    The contract to transform the ferry terminal in Brodick has been awarded to George Leslie Limited by Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL). The contract is worth over £22.2 million and is part of

  • Public Notice: Brodick Ferry Terminal, Closure of car parks

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) has appointed a contractor to undertake essential groundworks at Brodick Ferry Terminal, in advance of the main redevelopment project. These works are due to star

  • Wemyss Bay Redevelopment Q & A and Presentation

    Below are questions/issues raised during public communication meetings in relation to refurbishment works at Wemyss Bay on Tuesday 15th September 2015. Wemyss Bay Project Q and A September 15, Click t

  • Wemyss Bay – FAQ

    How long will the works take and are you confident that you will meet this revised timetable? What contingency have you built in? The works are programmed to last a total of 24 weeks which will includ

  • Ferry deal set to create new jobs

    Ferguson named preferred tenderer for new £97m vessels contract First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed Ferguson Marine Engineering Limited (FMEL) as the preferred tenderer for the contract to bu

  • Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited announces Scottish shipbuilder as preferred tenderer for two large ferries contract

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited announces Scottish shipbuilder as preferred tenderer for two large ferries contract Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has announced Ferguson Marine Engineeri

  • Name chosen for third hybrid ferry

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) has announced the name for Scotland’s third hybrid ferry, which is scheduled to be launched in December 2015. CATRIONA was the most popular name, receiving 44 per

  • Harbour Operations Update

    A shining example of renewable energy at work, solar-powered marine lanterns or ‘aids to navigation’ routinely guide thousands of vessels safely through channels, ports and harbours around the world.

  • CMAL announce appointment of new Projects Director

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL), who own the ferries, ports, harbours and infrastructure necessary for ferry services serving the west coast of Scotland and the Clyde Estuary, is pleased to anno

  • CMAL Presents MV Loch Seaforth Model

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) has presented a scale replica model of the MV LOCH SEAFORTH to the David MacBrayne Group (DML) at the Stornoway Port Office today (Wednesday 17 June 2015). CMAL C

  • Voting opens on the shortlist to name Scotland’s third hybrid ferry

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) has announced the shortlist of names for Scotland’s third hybrid ferry, which is expected to launch in December 2015. The sea going Roll On Roll Off vehicle and p