From Monday (March 23) until July 15, the overnight freight service will be discontinued. They are being introduced on a trial basis for the next three years to support local efforts to extend the tourist season. Ferry owner CMAL and the Ferguson Marine shipyard that won the contract to build the vessels "came to loggerheads", GMB trade union convener Alex Logan said. The latest addition to ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne's fleet, MV Catriona, is starting advanced sea trials around Arran and Cumbrae. CalMac is sending out frequent COVID-19 updates to our own staff. CALMAC has become the first ferry operator in the UK to receive a top industry verification for its infection risk management work. In an innovative film exploring its enduring role at the heart of Scotland's west coast, CalMac launches Your West Coast campaign today (Thursday October 20) - a collaboration with well-known band Skipinnish. Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) has set out its plans for ferry services affected by the essential maintenance work at Lochmaddy Harbour, which are scheduled to take place for one week from November 13. On page 22 of CalMac’s financial results, it says: “The aggregate of remuneration of the highest paid Director was £191,000 (2019: £165,000).” That is a staggering 18% pay increase on the previous year, at a time when workers in the public and private sectors are feeling the pinch because of the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. A CalMac ferry is undergoing a deep clean after three crew members tested positive for coronavirus. The Covid-19 emergency has forced ferry operator CalMac to defer its 2020 intake of Modern Apprentices (MAs). CalMac commitment to communities is rewarded: Loose freight consultation deferred for six months: Technology donation helps grow digital skills in Inverclyde: CalMac first UK ferry operator to receive infection control accolade: A clean sweep for CalMac in environmental awards: Barra children making music thanks to CalMac: CalMac campaigns win top marketing awards: CalMac puts staff mental health on the agenda: Calmac Community Fund offers a social space to Bute youngsters: Tribute paid to CalMac's hardworking staff: Politicians applaud CalMac's community investment: CalMac helps rescue stranded passengers - crew thanked : Latest round of CalMac Community Fund is launched: MP impressed with CalMac's Perth success story: Otters welcome Dolphins for CalMac Challenge: CalMac plans range of upgrades during dry dock: CalMac helps launch the next generation of sailors on Barra: CalMac's Covid performance scores highly with customers : CalMac acts to support passengers at Largs Cumbrae : CalMac helps Tobermory Pipe Band keep the beat : Covid performance helps CalMac secure top customer award : Passengers urged to think of others and cover their face : CalMac calls for understanding as travel rules eased: Directors reappointed to David MacBrayne Board: CalMac Community Fund helps introduce new sport to Uist youth: CalMac further extends essential timetable: CalMac helps get the right result for women's football project : Youth groups reap the benefits from CalMac Fund: Barra and the Uists youth groups win CalMac support: Community Fund boost for Oban and Mull youth groups: CalMac hopes for another quiet holiday weekend: Skye youth groups get a boost from ferry operator CalMac: Community Fund boost for Lewis youth groups: Scottish businesses unite to protect remote West Coast communities: Mallaig youth get a boost from CalMac Fund: Island beekeepers get a buzz from CalMac Fund: Increasing art opportunities for Cowal youth: Community Fund boost for Arran youth groups : Covid-19 forces CalMac to abandon 2020 apprenticeship intake : Quiet Easter for CalMac shows public sticking to guidelines: Island youth take on the CalMac Challenge : CalMac donates on-board offerings to food banks: VisitScotland - Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder Video: Passengers heed government advice as CalMac traffic down 95%: Customer Update - The List Easter Publication: CalMac moves to card or phone only payment: Relaxation of rules around passengers in cars : CalMac introduces Essential Lifeline Timetable in light of Covid-19 outbreak: CalMac delivers a connectivity upgrade to Oban carers' centre: Statement from Transport Scotland on restrictions on non-essential ferry travel : CalMac state ferry travel across Scotland must be for essential travel only: CalMac ceases all on board food and drink as a result of COVID-19 Outbreak: Prioritisation of essential goods for transport: CalMac changes freight service to ensure lifeline maintained : CalMac to cease advance bookings and hot food offering: COVID-19 - CalMac's arrangements on advance bookings and hot food offering: CalMac acts to provide travel for urgent medical appointments: Alternative service arrangements during Uig ferry terminal closure: UK first for CalMac as performance stats go online : New marine awareness play area for Arran ferry: Ferry operator issues Storm Ciara warning: CalMac offers bi-lingual customer care service : New film opens up North Lewis to the world : CalMac on the look out for new Community Board members: Seafarer hands over the tiller after 45-year career : Next generation of seafarers join CalMac: New non-stick hull serves up environmental benefits : Linkspan maintenance work at Oban Harbour to start in January : CalMac helps strengthen Hebrides women's football : CalMac crowned team of the year at UK awards : Deadline approaches for CalMac's Community Fund : CalMac tackling ferry issues on the West Coast isles: CalMac helps educate new generation about remembrance : Rothesay pupils learn a different lesson aboard MV Bute: Additional information for Lochaline upgrade closure: Record investment in ferry overhaul programme: CalMac support extends hours for Ayrshire specialist childcare : CalMac in running for east coast business award: CalMac tees up Gourock junior golfers for success : New children's book festival set for Arran: CalMac backing for new inclusion project on Bute: Light bulb moment lands Marino photography prize : CalMac opens the airways to island youth: New CalMac team delivers more on-board car spaces : Tarbert Guides all set to sail thanks to CalMac : Sea Cadets get a boost from CalMac's Community Fund : Islay and Jura youth groups tap in to new Community Fund: CalMac backs west coast youth development projects : £2,000 boost for Eigg Gaelic youth project : Expansion of Mull pipe band thanks to CalMac grant: CalMac helps bring new Gaelic Youth Club to Skye: Ton' tour sets sail for far-flung football fields: CalMac crews donate £1000 to support Oban lifeboat : Uist and Benbecula youth groups to benefit from CalMac Community Fund: Islands hear Sunnyside's conservation message : Fleet resilience boosted by new Mobile Maintenance Team : Feis Bharraigh taps into CalMac's new Community Fund: Community Fund boost for Lewis and Harris youth groups : Ullapool swim group take a dip into CalMac's new Community Fund: Excellence Award for CalMac's commitment to training: CalMac wish Jane Ferry good luck for the World Cup: CalMac first in UK with new customer service award: Full steam ahead for new CalMac themed play area in Oban : Home on the Sea has been re-recorded in Gaelic and will shortly be released by Skipinnish: Record breaking Easter for west coast islands: Managing CalMac online reservations now easier : CalMac creates new customer service jobs in Stornoway: CalMac ensures Queen Mary flies the flag again: CalMac backs Ullapool winter lights bid : CalMac's new charity link up supports seafarers' children : CalMac Modern Apprentices move Queen Mary restoration forward: CalMac partnership leads to UK award for City of Glasgow College : CalMac's latest fleet addition proving popular : CalMac confirms sponsorship for Skye music festival: CalMac cutting carbon as part of new eco actions : Largest cargo to offload in a decade at Perth Harbour : Hospitality apprentices set for career at sea : CalMac Community Board aims to boost island business: Outer Hebrides Tourism and CalMac Ferries set to launch extensive Uist Marketing campaign for 2019 season: CalMac amend timetable to minimise disruption during Oban linkspan works: Young people to reap benefit of CalMac's new Community Fund : CalMac takes over the tiller at Argyll Ferries: David MacBrayne Limited Announces the Appointment of a New Group Chief Executive Officer: Vessel overhaul schedule - Winter/Spring 2019: CalMac finding tea leaves passengers cold: CalMac joins Prince of Wales to sign Waste to Wealth Commitment : Passenger numbers continue to grow for CalMac: CalMac breaks new barriers with youth training opportunities : CalMac encourages new awareness of wildlife: First Port Assistants embark on Modern Apprenticeship voyage : UK ferry operator of the year award for CalMac: Ferry operator issues Storm Callum warning: Rothesay ferry terminal works start in September: Storm Hector expected to hit west coast overnight: Plastic reductions pledge to mark World Oceans Day: CalMac lends support to Year of Young People 2018: Permanent repair scheduled for MV Clansman: CalMac working round the clock to ease disruption: Repair complications require CalMac fleet reshuffle : End of an era as last 'Island' class retires: New partnership set to boost marine awareness : Easter demand means further changes to CalMac services : CalMac's new man at the helm prepares for firm's busiest ever summer season: CalMac Interim Managing Director appointed: Ocean Defenders recruit CalMac to anti plastic campaign : Journey's end for for Hammy after 250,000 miles : CalMac takes a creative cut to safety announcement: Ferry operator moves to reinforce behaviour standards: CalMac appoints new wildlife officer after successful survey : CalMac Community Board to hold first meeting: CalMac MAs set a course for career at sea: Martin Dorchester steps down as David MacBrayne Chief Executive: Community backing for CalMac service improvements: Transport Minister visits CalMac's smallest vessel: CalMac sets out plans for ferry services during Lochmaddy works : CalMac improves customer experience for hearing impaired: CalMac announces new Community Board members: Wildlife watch help CalMac to environmental prize : Emergency drill set for Armadale Mallaig crossing: CalMac appoints chair of Community Board: CalMac strengthens ties with whales, dolphins and porpoises charity ORCA: CALMAC TO OPERATE ADDITIONAL SATURDAY STORNOWAY-ULLAPOOL SAILINGS IN AUGUST: CalMac seeks members for new community board: CalMac takes over running of Kerrera ferry: North Uist organisation confirms second St Kilda Challenge to UK's most remote outpost: Jump on board with CalMac for National Ferry Fortnight offers and add a friend free: Caledonian MacBrayne makes £1,000 donation to RNLI volunteer lifesavers: Scottish-led group wins top international honour for innovative maritime safety work: Ferry tasty - CalMac's onboard cafeterias add new items to their menus for 2017: Two Caledonian MacBrayne bridge crews targeted by lasers during critical manoeuvres: It's child's play as CalMac's Armadale port staff start kids' fun zone at the ferry office: Second award in one week for CalMac's support to tourism on Scotland's west coast: CalMac's first campaign aimed at millennials wins prestigious Travel Marketing Award: Two awards nods for CalMac, recognising support to rural communities and economies: CalMac apprentices celebrate a year of firsts as part of the Scottish Apprenticeship Week: CalMac's annual passenger carrying figures exceed five million for first time in 20 years: Martin Dorchester announces that he will remain as CEO for David MacBrayne Group: Plain sailing for Gourock primary students, as CalMac experts make an educational visit: CalMac launches 2018 planner for coach and tour operators, with new route packages: Bernera services manager hangs up his uniform after half a century with CalMac: LOCHBOISDALE-MALLAIG SERVICE SUSPENDED FOR SHIP REPAIRS: New super model makes her home on North Uist and becomes muse sensation for pupils: CalMac unveil summer timetables for 2017 - increased capacity on Mallaig - Armadale service: Caledonian MacBrayne ferry info as Storm Barbara makes her formidable presence felt: Christmas message from Martin Dorchester, Chief Executive Officer, David MacBrayne Ltd: CalMac launches annual photo competition for 2018 calendar : CalMac clean up puts a shine on local beauty spot : CalMac takes VisitScotland West area Thistle Award for Working Together for Tourism: David MacBrayne Ltd CEO Martin Dorchester will sleep rough to raise cash and awareness: Caledonian MacBrayne leads the UK with first maritime hospitality apprenticeship: Caledonian MacBrayne's new look online ticketing system gets ready to go live: UK's largest ferry operator to feature as part of BBC's new Storm Heroes programme: Timetable amendments to ease disruption to Rothesay: Caledonian MacBrayne named as the Living Wage Foundation's Scottish Champion 2016: CalMac's greatest fan, globe-trotting tales, good food for all - welcome to Caledonian MacBrayne's travel and tourism conference: CalMac at home on the sea - pushing the boat out with Skipinnish for unique film : UK awards recognise Caledonian MacBrayne efforts in 2015 with special commendations: MV Hebrides leaves dry dock and successfully completes sea trials: MV Hebrides to leave dry dock and resume service: And the winner is... CalMac shortlisted for two prestigious National Transport Awards: CalMac training comes closer to home for apprentices: MV Hebrides leaves Lochmaddy harbour bound for the Clyde: MV Hebrides update and latest contingency plans: MV Hebrides will proceed to dry dock in Greenock: Update following yesterday's incident with MV Hebrides in Lochmaddy: CalMac confirms additional sailings to help ease disruption: Media statement - MV Hebrides, Lochmaddy: Ferry improvements bring economic boost for islands: Mallaig Armadale winter timetable now available: CalMac unveils plans for "new era" in west coast ferry services: CalMac extends summer Go Days Out trips and teams up with ScotRail for Rail & Sail: CALMAC SIGNS FERRY AND HARBOUR SERVICES CONTRACTS: Ferry urgent! WEST coast ferry operator CalMac is to stop taking cash on its boats and in ports in response to concerns around coronavirus. 19 March 2020 - CalMac has now stopped taking new bookings on all of its services up to and including 15 July 2020 as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more Got it ... or catch up with some news. The independent Community Board has met for the first time (November 17) and agreed how it will operate in the future. Caledonian MacBrayne ferry MV Hebrides, which was involved in an incident at Lochmaddy on Sunday September 25, will leave dry dock after repairs in Greenock on Saturday (October 15). Ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) is warning ferry travellers that forecasters are predicting strong winds to affect many parts of its network at the end of the week and over the weekend, bringing the possibility of major disruptions to ferry services at times. A ferry operator has hit back at a union over claims a director took an 18% pay rise while suggesting staff were being denied their own pay increase. CalMac's Fort William tour office manager stars centre stage in a new video to help young people make better decisions on their career choices. Ferry operator CalMac has announced details of timetable changes on the Wemyss Bay-Rothesay route while the harbour owner carries out essential improvement work. SCOTTISH Government-owned ferry operator CalMac has announced a delay to proposed price rises amid the coronavirus pandemic. The company, based in Dunoon, will now be responsible for all diving support to CalMac's 31 strong fleet and harbour operations after winning the competitive tender competition. A training partnership with west coast ferry operator CalMac has secured a top award for City of Glasgow College. Ferry operator CalMac and port owner Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd are to trial a one way traffic system at the Oban terminal. NorthLink Ferries. CalMac ferry MV Clansman is returning to service after extensive repairs to her propulsion system. Summer has just been extended - it's official. The west coast ferry operator has committed to The Wood Foundation's Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) and will be supporting its delivery in 11 schools across its area of operations. Operator of the UK's largest ferry network, Caledonian MacBrayne has committed support to the first ever P1 Scottish Grand Prix of the Sea. That has resulted in … See Operational News for the latest information, or call 0845 6000 449. At 9.30am today (Friday June 10), 27 yachts left the Sound of Harris in Scotland's Outer Hebrides with their sights set firmly on the St Kilda archipelago - a return journey of some 100 nautical miles. Six volunteers from the customer team in Gourock are going through a Gaelic beginners course to enable them to start posting service update tweets bilingually. Mail. West coast ferry operator CalMac has picked an award at the UK National Coach Tourism Awards. Passengers on the Ardrossan Arran crossing are set to reap the benefit of CalMac's newly recognised commitment to first class customer service. Members of the public have been asked not to swim or dive at Armadale Ferry Terminal on the isle of Skye by Caledonian MacBrayne staff. It's enough to get the taste buds a-tingling, as CalMac introduces the likes of cullen skink pie, smoked salmon bagels and vegetarian haggis nachos to its ever popular menu. THE lightweight foot passenger-only boats which replaced robust car ferries on CalMac's Gourock-Dunoon route have racked up more than 11,000 cancelled sailings since coming into service. CalMac is about to publish a new timetable for increased sailings next month in preparation for holidaymakers planning island trips. CalMac has seen passenger numbers drop by 95% since new rules on essential ferry travel were put in place. Coronavirus (COVID-19) statement You will be aware of the global outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its potential to impact the lifeline ferry service operated by CalMac. Young people in coastal communities are set to benefit from a new CalMac partnership that aims to build new life skills while supporting local charities. It may be the cup that cheers, but it seems tea is no longer the hot beverage of choice for travellers with west coast ferry operator, CalMac. Seventy six youth groups from Campbeltown to Ullapool have all been able to increase opportunities for local young people thanks to CalMac's Community Fund. Forty-five young people on Barra have been given the chance to set sail thanks to CalMac's Community Fund. AN outbreak of coronavirus on a CalMac ferry has seen workers self-isolate in their cabins as a boat was sent for a deep clean. Caledonian MacBrayne (Scottish Gaelic: Caledonian Mac a' Bhriuthainn), usually shortened to CalMac, is the major operator of passenger and vehicle ferries, and ferry services, between the mainland of Scotland and 22 of the major islands on Scotland's west coast.Since 2006 the company's official name has been CalMac Ferries Ltd although it still operates as Caledonian MacBrayne. Calmac staff key workers during lockdown COVID-19. West coast ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne has picked up two highly commended accolades at the National Transport Awards (NTA). The creation of the twelve member, independent board was a key element of the company's winning bid for the Clyde and Hebrides Ferry Service contract last year and will be a strong community voice on strategic ferry issues. CalMac Ferries Ltd (CFL) are currently in the process of a procurement for a new ticketing system called "Ar Turas" internally and therefore the release of the Business Case is not appropriate at this time as the release would potentially substantially prejudices the Commercial Interest of both CFL and the Scottish Ministers. LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Almost 12,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses sent to Michigan were ruined. More than £9 million is being targeted at planned maintenance to ensure every vessel is ready for another year of supporting communities across the west coast. CalMac sails in with the stars of Colonsay Book Festival: Caledonian MacBrayne issues safety warning over swimming at the Armadale ferry port: Temporary Ullapool diversion starts next week: Tasty! A CalMac ferry in the Outer Hebrides. The company's new Marine Awareness Programme outlines specific actions it will take to help passengers get the most from the environment they are travelling through and to better understand the wildlife in its area of operations. Young people in the Mallaig area are set to benefit from two awards from ferry operator CalMac's Community Fund. Due to the Covid-19 situation the Maritime and Coastguard Agency have agreed to temporarily relax its rules on passengers being able to stay in their vehicles during some ferry journeys. The incident occurred at 1105 on Sunday (September 25) as MV Hebrides, travelling from Tarbert on Harris, was approaching Lochmaddy Port. •Record-breaking adventurer Mark Beaumont tells tourism and travel industry leaders that he continues 'to think that Scotland is the world's best adventure playground' •More than 100 people assemble in Glasgow to look at the future of the industry at the CalMac Travel and Tourism Conference 2016, held in Glasgow •Proceedings are opened and led throughout the day by self-confessed CalMac fan broadcaster, journalist and author Muriel Gray •Shirley Spear of internationally-acclaimed restaurant The Three Chimneys explains her aspirations to make Scotland a Good Food Nation. CalMac said people "concealing themselves" in vehicles were among 273 incidents of attempted non-essential trips since 26 March. Sunnyside Primary School's Ocean Defenders spread their conservation message to a whole new audience thanks to west coast ferry operator CalMac. CalMac staff have helped raise £2500 to support new crew members joining the Oban lifeboat. To ensure continued services are maintained to the Isle of Lewis in light of the rapidly changing coronavirus situation, ferry operator CalMac is introducing the changes next week. Scottish Government-owned ferry operator CalMac has announced a delay to proposed price rises amid the coronavirus pandemic. Shopping locally nets nomination for CalMac at Scottish Food and Drink Awards: Inverness and Thurso band Gabbro picks up festival slot at CalMac Culture Music finals: Holiday boost for Huntington's disease awareness: CalMac's MV Argyle hosts Les Gitanes with Jazz on the Ferry wowing passengers: Cheaper ferry fares make island travel more affordable : CalMac's MV Finlaggan wins international safety award: New timetables go live for extra Stornoway-Ullapool sailings: Ullapool Harbour improvements bring temporary diversion: Fares harmonised for duration of Ullapool upgrade work: Crest of a wave! Pune, Maharashtra, India, January 27 2021 (Wiredrelease) MarketResearch.Biz :Thermal Energy Storage Market Overview: The report provides quantitative and qualitative information on the global Thermal Energy Storage market for the period of 2021 to 2030. 21 March 2020 - CalMac has announced that it is to cease its on board food and drink and retail offering with immediate effect on all routes. Workers on a CalMac ferry are self-isolating in their cabins after an outbreak of coronavirus.. Caledonian MacBrayne has confirmed sponsorship of the Excellence in Customer Focus Award for Greenock Chamber of Commerce's Bee's Knees Awards. MV Coruisk begins her new role as the second vessel on the Oban to Craignure run - increasing capacity for the Isle of Mull and making the mainland commutable for islanders for the first time. Caledonian MacBrayne ferry MV Hebrides left dry dock in Greenock and successfully completed sea trials today (Saturday October 15); she is now journeying north to Oban. Service updates can also be found on @CalMac_Updates Twitter. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) will be replacing the lifting cylinders on linkspan number two at Oban Harbour as part of a planned maintenance programme. More than 100 laptops have been donated to Inverclyde causes by CalMac as part of the company's commitment to supporting communities and reducing waste. Photograph: Lukasz Kochanek/Alamy Dr Alasdair Allan, the Scottish National party MSP for the Western Isles, Na h … Following on from a temporary repair to the vessel's propulsion system, the vessel will dock again for a permanent replacement part to be fitted from June 1 returning on June 12. Thanks to ferry operator CalMac's Community Fund Comann nam Pàrant Port Rìgh (CnPP) have been awarded £2000 to help with the set up costs of a new Gaelic youth club in the town. Leaders from business, government, academia and civil society joined the Prince at the initiative's launch in London. Port and ferry operator CalMac welcomed the local MP to Perth Harbour to hear about how they've turned its fortunes around since taking on management of the facility. Bookings that have already been made up to that period will be honoured where services are running. CalMac staff have been personally thanked for their commitment and dedication to passengers and colleagues during the covid pandemic by Stuart McMillan MSP. Union bosses and CalMac have gone head-to-head over strike action - and the north's air traffic controllers are locked in a pay dispute. With the arrival of Storm Henry, adverse weather conditions are predicted to affect Scotland's west coast and Caledonian MacBrayne is advising passengers to check ahead on the company's website, social media feeds or app for disruptions across the network. Award-winning ferry operator CalMac Ferries Ltd (CalMac) is pleased to confirm that it has signed the formal contracts with Transport Scotland and Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) to operate ferries and harbours on the west coast of Scotland. Ferry operator CalMac is making further changes to its West Coast services in order to absorb on-going capacity issues resulting from the MV Clansman still in dry dock. You can also check CalMac service status for the latest route-by-route information. Lewis and Harris Women's Football Association (LHWFA) is now working with more than 40 girls in the islands thanks to an award through CalMac's Community Fund. A CalMac ferry is undergoing a deep clean after three crew members tested positive for coronavirus. 2021 CalMac ferry could become production Lego model with public support: A delicious prospect! We are also tied in with the Scottish Government's COVID-19 Communications team and receive daily updates from them. Ferry operator CalMac's new Community Fund is helping Gourock Golf Club shape the playing prospects of younger members. Every school age child on the island of Coll has improved their swimming ability thanks to CalMac's Community Fund. Coronavirus. A Caledonian MacBrayne port assistant was invited to join HM The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh at an exclusive gathering. STAFF at CalMac's Gourock nerve centre have been praised for adjusting 'ferry' well to the choppy waters brought by the coronavirus pandemic. ... How the UK lost 100,000 lives to Covid-19. The MV Argyll Flyer has returned from annual dry dock to the Gourock-Dunoon route with a new corporate look. CalMac's Service Updates Team has been crowned team of the year by the Contact Centre Association (CCA) for the quality of their customer care. Children travelling to Arran will now get a sense of what marine life they are likely to spot thanks to a new themed play area on the MV Caledonian Isles. 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