The Raasay is an Island Class ferry that is currently owned and operated by the Scottish ferry company Caledonian MacBrayne. She was built in 1976 by James Lamont & Co for the company where she was placed on the route that links Sconser with Raasay. She served on this route for just over twenty years before being being replaced by the Loch Strieven. After that, she became a relief vessel, filling in for operational ferries from time to time. She is the last of the original eight Island Class ferries. Only two (including the Raasay) are still in service with Caledonian MacBrayne, the other being the Eigg. Her other sister ships, which were sold off to different companies, are the Canna, the Rhum, the Bruernish, the Coll, the Morvern and the Kilbrannan. Her facilities include a small lounge and toilets. She can accommodate 75 passengers and 6 cars. Her current port of registry is Glasgow, UK.