Oban, in Argyll and Bute, is the bustling ferry terminal for many of the Hebridean Isles. CalMac Ferries come and go from Islay, Colonsay, Lismore, Mull, Barra, Coll and Tiree. With the introduction of RET (Road Equivalent Tariff) it is is extremely busy. You can now commute to the Mainland from the Isle of Mull. For […]Read more "Oban for Tiree"
Tiree has its own Airport with improved daily links to Glasgow and flights to Oban on a Monday and a Wednesday. Apart from some of the mail and a limited number of passengers, everything else arrives and departs the island by ferry. Therefore ferry movements are of great interest to haulage contractors, visitors and residents. […]Read more "Gateway to Tiree"
Here is an interesting conundrum. The Clansman is a day early, yet it is still late on arrival. On a bright sunny April morning on Tiree, the ferry was due to arrive at 9:05. Due to fog in the Oban area the sailing was initially delayed. Later, with improved weather conditions, the Clansman departed Oban […]Read more "A Day Early Yet Still Late"