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MV Loch Seaforth

MV Loch Seaforth


MV Loch Seaforth

Built for the crossing between Ullapool and Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, MV Loch Seaforth, Loch Siophort in Gaelic, is designed to be a greener, quieter ferry. She's not the first vessel to take that name - the original MV Loch Seaforth linked Stornoway with Mallaig and Kyle of Lochalsh from 1947 until 1972. The new vessel was christened in 2014 by Joan Murray, daughter of the late Captain John Smith of the original MV Loch Seaforth.

On Board Facilities

Food and Drink - Find out what will be available on this route here.


Located on Decks 4 and 5

Baby Changing Facilities

A dedicated baby changing room is available on Deck 5.

Accessible Toilets

Located on Decks 5 and 6

Accessible Lifts

The lifts from the car deck to all passenger decks can comfortably accommodate wheelchairs.

Find out more about how we can help and how you can request assistance, in our passenger assistance section.

Accessible Dining

Located within the Mariners Cafeteria on Deck 5.


Free Wi-Fi available on board. Find out more in our Wi-Fi section.

Internal Pet Area

Internal seating area for you and your pet is located on Deck 5. Find out more about travelling with pets in our travelling with pets section.

Outdoor Seating

Located on Decks 6 and 7

Recliner Lounge

Located on Deck 5 (recliners are also available in the observation lounge on deck 6).

Indoor Seating Lounge

Located on Deck 5

Quiet Lounge

Located on Deck 5

Observation Lounge

Located on Deck 6

Baggage Area

Located on Deck 5

Mariners Cafeteria

Located on Deck 5.

Coffee Cabin

Located on Deck 5.

Kids Area

Located on Deck 5

Game On

Located on Deck 5. Open to passengers over 18 years old. 


Located on Deck 5


Gross tons
Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft MBH and Co KG
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