Ullapool (ULL) - Stornoway (STO)
One or more sailings are disrupted
Sunday 24th October
Engineers are continuing to work on repairs to resolve a technical issue with the Port Main Engine.
Due to this, the 14:30 service departing Stornoway is currently delayed.
There is a heightened chance of further disruption to this service and the 18:30 service departing Ullapool this evening.
A further update will be provided as soon as possible.
Last Updated: 24 Oct 2021 14:08
Scotland has now moved beyond Level 0 of Scottish Government COVID-19 protection measures.
If you plan to travel, we look forward to welcoming you. COVID-19 guidance remains in place:
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01 November to 07 November 2021 - Ullapool to Stornoway Freight Service
Freight vessel MV Arrow will be re-joining the CalMac fleet on a short-term charter to provide additional freight capacity and resilience to the Ullapool/Stornoway freight service during MV Loch Seaforth’s annual overhaul period.
She is not available for the full duration of MV Loch Seaforth’s overhaul, but will commence operations from 01 November to 07 November 2021. MV Hebridean Isles will operate evening freight service from 18 – 31 October 2021.
As with previous charter, the vessel will be operated by Seatruck on behalf of CalMac and will be a dedicated evening freight service for commercial customers only.
It should be noted that the charter is dependent on another operator completing overhaul and relieving MV Arrow to commence services for CalMac. If there are any delays this will impact the charter agreement with CalMac. Additionally, as with previous charter there is a break clause within the agreement, meaning MV Arrow can be called back with 24 hours’ notice. If MV Arrow is called back, MV Hebridean Isles will operate the evening freight service. Find out more: https://www.calmac.co.uk/mv-arrow