Ships and shipping, page 12

Scotland, west coast

Aasfjord heads down the Clyde near the Erskine bridge.

Bro Distributor in Brodick Bay, Arran.

Ayress at Ardrishaig loading timber.

The Eilean Dhiura links Islay and Jura across the Sound of Islay between Port Askaig and Feolin.

Helgaland in the Firth of Clyde heading for Greenock container terminal.

Glenachulish is the world's last sea going turntable ferry.  It operates between Glenelg and Kylerhea on Skye during the summer months.  Almost the entire superstructure of the vessel is a turntable.  After loading this is swung around by 180 degrees allowing vehicles to drive straight off at the other end of the crossing.

Isis at Kyle of Lochalsh.

Leander in Brodick Bay, Arran.

Renfrew Rose operated the passenger ferry service across the Clyde from Yoker to Renfrew until March 2010.

Vectis Eagle unloading wind turbine components at Kyle of Lochalsh.

Cruise ship calls at Portree, Skye have become common in recent years.  This is Oriana in the Sound of Raasay after leaving Portree.

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