The Loch Buie is a roro vehicle ferry that is currently owned and operated by the Scottish ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne. She was built in 1992 by JW Miller and Sons Ltd, Scotland for the company where she began service on the Iona-Fionnphort route, which she continues to operate on to this day. In 1992, on her first day of active service, she struck the slipway at the Fionnphort terminal, resulting in minor damage. She was repaired and returned to service later in the year. The Loch Buie has three passenger lounges, two on either side of the vessel and one allocated just above the car deck. She can carry approximately 250 passengers and just under 10 vehicles. She is 30 metres long and has a maximum speed of 9 knots. She has no sister ships. Her current port of registry is Glasgow, Scotland.