Possible ferry disruption due to Gourock bomb detonation

Caledonian MacBrayne has issued a warning to passengers intending to travel on its Gourock-Rothesay route tomorrow, with the possibility of disruption to service due to the detonation of an unexploded device at Gourock.
Caledonian MacBrayne has issued a warning to passengers intending to travel on its Gourock-Rothesay route tomorrow, with the possibility of disruption to service due to the detonation of an unexploded device at Gourock.

Passengers travelling on the Gourock-Rothesay ferry route tomorrow (Thursday, October 15) should be aware that the service may be disrupted due to the controlled detonation of a device at Gourock.

An unexploded ordnance device found off the coast of Gourock on Monday is to be deactivated in a controlled explosion on Thursday between the hours of 8am and 2pm.

Caledonian MacBrayne has advised passengers to check their website and social media accounts for service status information prior to travelling.

Local road diversions will also be in place.