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MV Loch Striven

MV Loch Striven

About

The first of four drive-through ferries built in the 80s, the Loch Striven, Loch Sriogheann in Gaelic, sails from Oban to Lismore. She has no funnels, but her wheelhouse is painted like one - look out for it as you board. Launched in 1986, she's run a number of smaller crossings, including Sconser to Raasay, before settling in at Oban.

On Board Facilities Loch Striven

On Board Facilities

 

 

Accessibility

 

There are no accessibility issues for passengers with impaired mobility. There are low thresholds to the lounge.

 

Accessible Toilet

 

There is no dedicated accessible toilet on board. 

 

Indoor Seating

 

There is an indoor passenger lounge and pets are welcome within.

Specification

Gross tons
206
Length
35m
Breadth
10m
Draught
1.5m
Builders
Richard Dunston (Hessle) Ltd, East Yorkshire
Built
1986
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