Rothesay ferry passengers can enjoy the benefits of free wireless internet access on their way to and from Bute after train operator ScotRail enabled free wifi at Wemyss Bay railway station.
The station is one of 20 across Scotland where the facility went live today (Thursday), with more to follow soon.
In addition to Wemyss Bay, free wifi went live on Thursday at Aberdeen, Anniesland, Ayr, Dalmarnock, Dunfermline Town, Exhibition Centre (Glasgow), Falkirk High, Fort William, Helensburgh Central, Inverness, Kilmarnock, Kirkcaldy, Linlithgow, Mount Florida, Paisley Gilmour Street, Partick, Perth, Glasgow Queen Street, Stirling and Wemyss Bay.
The facility is in the pipeline at Dundee, Edinburgh Park, Edinburgh Waverley, Glasgow Central, Gleneagles and Haymarket.
Caledonian MacBrayne, meanwhile, is “working hard behind the scenes” to provide free wifi on all its west coast services.
The company made the commitment on Twitter in reply to Bute resident Mhairi Mackenzie, founder of island-based jewellery firm Bonnie Bling.