Warning over possible disruption to ferry service

CalMac has issued a warning there may be disruption to services across their network from Wednesday due to strong winds.
CalMac has issued a warning there may be disruption to services across their network from Wednesday due to strong winds.

Ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne is warning anyone planning to travel by ferry tomorrow and into Thursday that strong winds forecast may lead to possible ferry service disruption across the network.

Operations Director, Drew Collier, said: “Weather forecasts for across the west of Scotland are predicting a windy and cold run up to the weekend. We will review sailings on a case by case basis but would advise anyone planning to travel by ferry to take this into account when planning journeys in the next few days.”

CalMac is advising ferry travellers to check the website for the latest information, their smartphone app, or Twitter for the latest travel alerts.

The passenger service between Gourock and Dunoon operated by CalMac’s sister company, Argyll Ferries, may also be affected. The latest information on that service will be available by clicking here.