Wednesday, 9 June 2010


Caledonian MacBrayne's small relief ferry LOCH BHRUSDA was seen as she entered Campbeltown Loch, passing the Doirlinn, as the spit connecting Davaar Island to the mainland is known. LOCH BHRUSDA had left Rosneath, her usual lay-by berth, earlier in the day, and made a quick call at Gourock before setting out on her journey down the Firth. She was spending the night at Campbeltown before continuing to Tobermory and on to the Western Isles, where she is to stand in for LOCH ALAINN for a few days to allow the latter to come to the Clyde for some repairs.