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Changes to Uig CalMac ferry service

A KNOCK-ON effect of the MV Clansman’s extended dry dock has required CalMac to reshuffle its fleet.

The MV Hebridean Isles is moving to operate the Uig-Tarber t-Lochmaddy triangle and MV Hebrides will sail south to service Tiree, Coll and Colonsay before heading for her own overhaul when the MV Clansman returns. ‘With only a limited number of major vessels in the fleet, when one is unexpectedly out of service we need to use the resources we have to maintain reliable operations to every community that depends on us,’ said CalMac’s head of operations (north) Robert Morrison.

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