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The Ferguson's yard at Port Glasgow, closed with the unfinished hulk of the Calmac ferry after the ongoing SG fiasco. The other boat had been moved along to Greenock the previous day but I didn't know that at the time.

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Two Calmac operated boats, the Ali Cat (Gourock to Dunoon) and the Chieftain (Gourock to Kilchreggan).

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Once the Covid vaccine has been rolled out maybe the pharmaceutical industry can look at vaccination against the consequences of any contact with Brian Wilson.

If we stuck that between North/South Kessock you could probably drive in one end and out the other  

The two ferries that sail overnight from Aberdeen to Shetland are the Hrossey and Hjaltland sailing via Orkney north and south 3 times a week.  When I traveled to Shetland it was via Orkney which was

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8 hours ago, TheMantis said:

The Ferguson's yard at Port Glasgow, closed with the unfinished hulk of the Calmac ferry after the ongoing SG fiasco. The other boat had been moved along to Greenock the previous day but I didn't know that at the time.

 

Two Calmac operated boats, the Ali Cat (Gourock to Dunoon) and the Chieftain (Gourock to Kilchreggan).

 

The Ferguson one is a bit of an embarrassment :ohmy: far too many people getting involved that know nothing about ferries they should have come on here for advice :wink:

That's another place I must go back to once this Covid is all over hopefully.

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2 hours ago, TheMantis said:

But you must have had some contact with Brian Wilson 🤮

None whatsoever thankfully 😅 my parents lived in Strachur for about a year so I don't remember anything about the area only been there once 

 

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2 hours ago, snorbens_caleyman said:

Whilst this thread is alive again, do you know where the picture below was taken?  One of my Dad's, from around 2000.  It will be straightforward if you've been there.

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Been there many times on the ferry not the Inn though 😆 It's Ardgour

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1 hour ago, IBM said:

None whatsoever thankfully 😅 my parents lived in Strachur for about a year so I don't remember anything about the area only been there once 

 

He lives in Lewis now. Big black Merc, no use if you're hopeless at reversing to the nearest passing place.

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5 hours ago, IBM said:

Been there many times on the ferry not the Inn though 😆 It's Ardgour

Had a very nice meal there once a few years ago when we just missed the ferry and decided to eat and get a later one. Great views too. 

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3 hours ago, Robert said:

Had a very nice meal there once a few years ago when we just missed the ferry and decided to eat and get a later one. Great views too. 

I am sure going back a lot of years there would have been many folk who would have gone into the bar while waiting for the ferry :wink:

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12 hours ago, TheMantis said:

But you must have had some contact with Brian Wilson 🤮

Once the Covid vaccine has been rolled out maybe the pharmaceutical industry can look at vaccination against the consequences of any contact with Brian Wilson.

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