The Isle of Mull is a large roro ferry that is currently owned and operated by the Scottish ferry company Caledonian MacBrayne. She was built in 1987 by Ferguson Shipbuilders, Glasgow for the company to replace the ageing Caledonia. She was placed on the Craignure-Oban route, entering service in 1988. Later that year, the vessel was taken out of service to be lengthened to increase passenger capacity and to increase the ease of handling the ferry whilst at sea. In 2005, the Isle of Mull was refurbished, which included redesigning the café and a new coffee counter in the viewing lounge. The Isle of Mull has the ability to accommodate approximately 950 passengers and 80 vehicles. Her facilities include two passenger decks, multiple cafés, a shop, lifts, lounges, toilets, the reception desk, a viewing lounge, outer seating areas and a bar. The vessel is a favourite with crew and passengers alike, due to her extensive spaciousness. The Isle of Mull has no sister ships, and her current port of registry is Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom.