The Loch Linnhe is a roro ferry that is currently owned and operated by the Scottish ferry company Caledonian MacBrayne. She was the second of four vessels built in 1986 by Richard Dunston Shipbuilders, North Humberside for the company where she entered service on the Great Cumbrae-Largs route, replacing the existing vessel on the route, the Canna. She served alongside one of her sister ships, the Loch Striven. She was replaced in 1997 by another one of her sister ships, the Loch Riddon. The Loch Linnhe was transferred to the Portavadie-Tarbert route in 1998, however she was replaced the following year by the Isle of Cumbrae.
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