The Loch Riddon

The Loch Riddon is a Loch Class roro ferry that is currently owned and operated by the Scottish ferry company Caledonian MacBrayne. She was built in 1986 by Richard Dunston Shipbuilders Ltd., Scotland for the company where she initially entered service on the Colintraive-Rhubodach route, replacing the former sister ferries Portree and Broadford. In 1997, she moved, after 11 years, from the Colintraive-Rhubodach route to her current route, the Cumbrae-Largs route, replacing her sister ship, the Loch Striven. She has the ability to accommodate 200 passengers, can carry 12 cars and travels at a speed of 9 knots. He facilities include two lounges, a café, outer decks and toilets. The bridge is situated on the starboard side of the vessel, and the ship has no funnel. The Loch Riddon has three sister ships, the Loch Ranza, the Loch Striven and the Loch Linnhe. Her current port of registry is Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

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