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Significant rise in number of CalMac passengers

CALEDONIAN MacBrayne carried more than five million passengers in 2016, the first time it has reached this milestone since 1997.

The company operates the UK’s largest ferry network, with 32 vessels carrying out more than 136,000 sailings annually.

Many routes saw significant rises in car and passenger numbers in the first full year since road equivalent tariff (RET) was introduced across all areas. There were 5,055,827 passengers and 1,356,396 cars carried across the network, 428,801 more passengers and 186,695 more cars than in 2015.

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