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Long term plans to cut a Lismore ferry

A NEW Islay ferry, cutting Lismore’s ferries from two to one and an extension to Craignure Pier are part of a new ferries plan debated by councillors on Tuesday.

Argyll and Bute Council’s Argyll Islands Strategic Group met to discuss Transport Scotland’s Vessel Replacement and Deployment Plan (VRDP), published last month.

The plan states that, while the Islay route was the busiest for freight, it had ‘limited opportunities for expansion’. So Caledonian Maritime Assets plans to extend its ports at Kennacraig and Port Ellen for ‘larger vessels to berth alongside’.

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