Passenger Vessel ISLE OF ARRAN passing Strone Point, Argyll - inward bound for Rosneath, Gare Loch.
Passenger Vessel ISLE OF ARRAN berthed at James Watt Dock, Greenock
Isle of Arran approaching Rothesay
Thanks to Cpt MacLeod for the permission to enter the bridge.
Berthed at the old Irish Linkspan , being utilised as the second summer freight vessel on the Ardrossan-Brodick Route.
CalMacs stalwart workhorse approaching Stornoway whilst covering for the overhaul of Isle of Lewis.
This was her approaching brodick island of arran scotland
Going astern out of Wemyss Bay Linkspan
CalMac ferry Isle of Arran approaching Port Askaig, Islay.
Being moved from her Dry Dock berth to the harbour. She is nearing 28 years in service.
Leaving Port Askaig, heading for Kennacraig while covering for M.V Finlaggan.
Calmacs Isle of Arran approaching Brodick
MV Isle of Arran leaving Ardrossan for Brodick, Isle of Arran.
Relieving the CalMac Stornoway to Ullapool service for the regular vessel, Isle of Lewis, which is undergoing its annual overhaul on the Mersey.
Mid crossing taken from the MV Caledonian Isles
MV Isle of Arran operating the additional summer service only sailings on the route she was originally built for.
MV Isle of Arran returning to Ardrossan mid passage. Ailsa Craig in the background.
CalMac ferry Isle of Arran berthing at Port Askaig, Islay
Just about to enter James Watt Dock at Greenock
CalMacs stalwart workhorse leaving Stornoway for Ullapool whilst covering for the overhaul of Isle of Lewis.
Passenger Vessel ISLE OF ARRAN moored Garvel Quay James Watt Dock Greenock
MV Isle of Arran leaving Brodick.
MV ISLE OF ARRAN arrives at Kennacraig amidst a glorious sunset