How old is MV Clansman?

How old is MV Clansman?

24 years old
The vessel CLANSMAN (IMO: 9158953, MMSI 232003288) is a Passenger/Ro-Ro Cargo Ship built in 1998 (24 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of United Kingdom (UK).

Where does the Clansman sail to?

MV Clansman (Scottish Gaelic: Fear-cinnidh) is a ferry owned by Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited and operated by Caledonian MacBrayne, operating from Oban on the west coast of Scotland….MV Clansman.

United Kingdom
Operator Caledonian MacBrayne
Port of registry Glasgow
Route Oban–Coll/Tiree Oban–Colonsay

Where is MV Clansman?

CLANSMAN (IMO: 9158953) is a Ro-Ro/Passenger Ship that was built in 1998 (24 years ago) and is sailing under the flag of United Kingdom….Business Directory.

Port Arrival Departure
OBAN (UTC +1) 2022-07-10 14:59 LT (UTC +1) 2022-07-10 16:39 LT (UTC +1)

How many cars does the CalMac ferry take?

12 cars
At 30.2 m (99 ft 1 in) in length, they can carry 12 cars and 200 passengers.

Where was the Loch Seaforth built?

Loch Seaforth (II) was constructed at Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft in Germany, launched on 21 March 2014 and entered commercial service in February 2015.

Where is the Loch Seaforth?

Loch Seaforth (Scottish Gaelic: Loch Shiphoirt or Shìophoirt) is a sea loch in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. It consists of three distinct sections; the most seaward is aligned northwest–southeast, a middle section is aligned northeast–southwest and the inner and most northerly section is aligned east–west.

How many vessels are in CalMac fleet?

The Caledonian MacBrayne fleet consists of 14 major vessels, 13 double-ended ferries and 2 bow-loading ferries. The fleet is relatively modern (the oldest vessel dates from 1975), and CalMac have more vessels sailing under the British flag than any other company.

How many cars can Loch Seaforth take?

143 cars
The 116m-long (380ft) Loch Seaforth can carry up to 143 cars and 700 passengers. Built in Germany at a cost of £42m, the ferry has been in service since 2015 and is the largest and fastest in CalMac’s fleet.

What engines are in the Loch Seaforth?

MV Loch Seaforth (2014)

United Kingdom
Installed power 2 × 4000 kW Wärtsilä 8 L 32 (main), 3 × 1600 kW (generators), 2 × 700 kW (auxiliary & emergency generators), 3 × 900 kW thrusters
Propulsion Twin 4.10 m diameter controllable pitch propellers; 2 bow and 1 stern thrusters
Speed 19.2 kn (35.6 km/h)

How old is Loch Seaforth?

The vessel LOCH SEAFORTH (IMO: 9665437, MMSI 235101635) is a Passenger/Ro-Ro Cargo Ship built in 2014 (8 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of United Kingdom (UK).

When did the Loch Seaforth start?

21st March 2014
Launch. The MV LOCH SEAFORTH was launched into the water on 21st March 2014 following a short launch ceremony and was officially named by her Godmother Joan Murray.

Are ferries running from Ardrossan to Arran?

Yes, there is a direct ferry departing from Ardrossan Ferry Terminal and arriving at Brodick Isle of Arran Ferry Terminal. Services depart five times a day, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 55 min.

How old is the CalMac fleet?

The CMAL / CalMac fleet of major vessels is now on average 24 years old. The oldest, MV Isle of Arran, was built 36 years ago. Our own MV Isle of Mull is now 32 years old.

Who built MV Loch Seaforth?

Flensburger Schiffbau-GesellschaftMV Loch Seaforth / Builder

What is wrong with Loch Seaforth?

One of the piston crowns separated from the body of the piston and damaged the cylinder head and liner. This damage then caused debris to enter the oil system. These piston screws should have been replaced at a dry-docking schedule of the Loch Seaforth in 2019.

How many cars does the Loch Seaforth take?

The new 116m roll on roll off vehicle passenger ferry is capable of operating 24 hours a day and has a capacity of up to 700 passengers and 143 cars or 20 commercial vehicles. The superior designed new vessel will be: Be faster, quieter and more reliable than current vessels.

How often does the ferry go to Arran?

seven days per week
From late March to late October up to nine sailings operate daily (seven days per week) in each direction between Lochranza and Claonaig.