The Loch Fyne is a roro vehicle ferry that is currently owned and operated by the Scottish ferry company Caledonian MacBrayne. She was built in 1991 by Ferguson Shipbuilders, Glasgow for the company where she entered service on the Kyleakin-Kyle of Lochalsh route. In 1995, she and her running partner, the Loch Dunvegan, were replaced by the Skye Bridge. Following the bridge's opening, the vessels were laid up and pending sale. Since no buyer could be found for the ferries, they re-entered service in 1997, initially to assist the Loch Alainn after her breakdown, however she replaced the Loch Alainn permanently on the route that links Fishnish with Lochaline, which is her current route. The ferry has two lounges and an outside viewing deck. She has a capacity of 250 passengers and 36 vehicles. Her one sister ship is the Loch Dunvegan. Her current port of registry is Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom.