The Hebridean Isles is a roro ferry that is currently owned and operated by the Scottish ferry company Caledonian MacBrayne. She was built in 1985 by Cochrane Shipbuilders Ltd for the company where she entered service temporarily on the Oban-Ullapool route, until she was introduced on her initial route, the Uig-Lochmaddy-Tarbert route. She was replaced in 2001, by the newly-built Hebrides. She was placed on the Kennacraig-Port Ellen-Port Askaig route, and also continuing to Colonsay and Oban on Wednesdays. In 2002, she was chartered to Northlink Ferries for six months, serving the route between Scrabster and Stromness. In 2010, the Hebridean Isles temporarily replaced the Clansman on the Oban-Coll-Tiree route. The Clansman was taken out of service following engine problems. The following year, Caledonian MacBrayne's new vessel, the Finlaggan, joined the Hebridean Isles on her normal route. The Hebridean Isles has no sister ships, although she is similar in design to the 1982-built Isle of Arran. Her current port of registry is Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom.