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Corran Ferry grounded for ‘forseeable future’

The Highland Council-run Corran Ferry service across Loch Linnhe has been suspended since the boat struck rocks on Saturday. The council has said it is looking to ‘find a solution’ but that the ferry is suspended for the ‘forseeable future’ according to the BBC.

The back up boat – the Mail of Coul – is also unavailable, currently moored on Bute awaiting a repair.

The ferry offers the fastest access from the south Ardgour, Morvern and the Ardnamurchan peninsula – popular tourism destinations currently at the height of their season – as well as for local residents and businesses.

Update: Ferry running again this afternoon (Thursday)




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