• CMAL THANKS COMMUNITY FOR POSITIVE MEETING OF FERRY REFERENCE GROUP

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has expressed its gratitude to local community representatives for their contribution to the first meeting of a new group established to support the enhanceme

  • SUBMISSION TO FERRY PROCUREMENT INQUIRY

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has submitted written evidence to the Inquiry into construction and procurement of ferry vessels in Scotland.  The submission can be read online at the Scotti

  • COMMUNITY MEETINGS FOR NEW ISLAY FERRY

    Two meetings will be held in Islay to engage with communities on the requirements and specification of a new ferry to operate between Kennacraig and Islay. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) wi

  • RE-SCHEDULED TIREE LINKSPAN CLOSURE DATE CONFIRMED

    The linkspan at Tiree Ferry Terminal will close on Friday 28 February for a linkspan replacement project, Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL has confirmed. The linkspan will re-open on Saturday

  • NEW GROUP FORMED TO SUPPORT IMPROVED FERRY SERVICES

    A new group has been established to facilitate engagement with Gourock and Dunoon ferry users to support the enhancement of services by the replacement of vessels and upgrading of harbour infrastructu

  • PROPOSED DATE FOR TIREE LINKSPAN CLOSURE

    The linkspan at Tiree Ferry Terminal is likely to close on 28 February for three weeks to accommodate a linkspan replacement project, which was postponed due to adverse weather. The linkspan was origi

  • TIREE LINKSPAN CLOSURE POSTPONED

    Plans to replace the linkspan at Tiree Ferry Terminal have been postponed to allow the delivery of essential goods to the island, which has been affected by recent storms. The linkspan was due to be o

  • GREEN LIGHT FOR GOUROCK LINKSPAN PROJECT

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) is progressing a project to extend the life of the linkspan at Gourock Ferry Terminal. The £2.5 million project will involve repairs to the linkspan support s

  • CMAL CEO RESPONSE TO FERRY INQUIRY

    Statement from CMAL’s chief executive, Kevin Hobbs, in response to evidence heard at the Rural Economy and Connectivity (REC) Committee on Wednesday 5th February. Kevin Hobbs, chief executive, Caledon

  • LINKSPAN NUMBER TWO AT OBAN HARBOUR REOPENS

    Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has returned linkspan number two at Oban Harbour to full service yesterday (Monday 3 February) on schedule, following a planned 10-day closure. The linkspan w

  • 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