The Loch Dunvegan

The Loch Dunvegan is a small roro ferry that is currently owned and operated by the Scottish ferry company Caledonian MacBrayne. She was built in 1991 for the company where she entered service on the Kyle of Lochalsh route. She stayed on this route for four years before being laid up for a few years. She re-entered service in 1999, this time operating on the route that links Rhubodach with Colintraive, taking over the route from the Isle of Cumbrae. She has an identical sister ship, the Loch Fyne. Her crossing takes only five minutes, making it the shortest Calmac route. She has a capacity of 250 passengers and 36 vehicles. She has two lounges and an upper viewing deck. Her current port of registry is Glasgow, United Kingdom

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