Photos by Cameron Wilson
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MV Corran berthed at Rothesay after overhaul at Ardmaleish.
MV Eigg berthed at the Holy Loch Marina when she was still a Caledonian MacBrayne vessel.
Headcorn berthed at the North Pier in Oban
Trisheen of Bute berthed in Campbeltown Harbour after sailing down the Kilbrannan Sound.
The Campbeltown Lifeboat sitting in Campbeltown Harbour awaiting her next duty.
The fishing boat Endurance, seen in action in the middle of the Clyde, taken from the Western Ferries vessel MV Sound of Seil.
MV Eigg berthed at the Holy Loch Marina with a sunset backdrop
The fishing boat Ashleigh Jane high and dry in the Holy Loch Marina.
The MV Clyde Clipper approaching Dunoon Pier whilst on charter to Argyll Ferries for the Gourock-Dunoon service when MV Argyll Flyer was away getting her overhaul.
The former Western Ferry Sleat, lies at anchor in the middle of the Holy Loch.
The brand new Glen Etive berthed at the Holy Loch Marina, with the log boat Ayress behind prior to departure to Ardrishaig.
The log boat Ayress at Sandbank around an hour before departing for Ardrishaig.
CMS Cruiser going astern of Western Ferries Sound of Shuna on her way to Blairmore Pier on a regular coach party cruise.
Smit Towy in the James Watt Dock, Greenock.
SD Oronsay in the Garvel Drydock in Greenock
MV Sound of Scarba berthed in the Garvel Drydock for her annual survey.
MV Sound of Soay taking the waves in her stride. The photo was taken from her Birkenhead sister MV Sound of Seil.
The MV Isle of Cumbrae laid up in Sandbank Marina alongside her fleetmate MV Eigg.
PS Waverley passing the Gantocks where she famously ran aground a number of years before after just coming out of Dunoon on a lovely summers evening.
MV Ali Cat swapping over with the Argyll Flyer. This photo was taken from the Flyer as she was approaching berth at Gourock.
The MV Sound of Seil battling her way across firth during Storm Abigail on the 12th of November 2015.
MV Sound of Seil passing two of her sisters tied up at the lay-by berth in Hunters Quay
MV Sound of Shuna in the old berth at Hunters Quay taken from one of his sisters
MV Sound of Soay light up at Hunters Quay before her 9pm departure
SD Eva in Sercos white livery seen in the Great Harbour Greenock
SD Victoria in Sercos white livery berthed in the Great Harbour in Greenock
MV Coruisk operating a Solo Bute Service whilst both of the Normal Vessel had broken down
The unusual sight of both Bute Ferries in the James Watt Dock in November 2014
MV Argyle arriving in the James Watt Dock Greenock
Dunoon Pier taken from the Breakwater adjacent to the pier.
The Sound of Seil mid-crossing after leaving McInroys Point for Hunters Quay
Western Ferries Sound of Seil dressed up for a chartered cruise for the Clyde River Steamers Club
Stavros S.Niarchos Leaving the Holy Loch passing Strone House on her way to Greenock