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1 Hybrid Ferries and Port Infrastructure 18/02/2011Hybrid ferries: the opportunity for Scotland1

2 Proposed Routes 1.Sconser – Raasay 2.Tarbert (Loch Fyne) - Portavadie 3.Gigha – Tayonloan 4.Lochranza - Claonaig 18/02/2011Hybrid ferries: the opportunity for Scotland2

3 Sconser – Raasay 18/02/2011Hybrid ferries: the opportunity for Scotland3

4 Sconser - Raasay 18/02/2011Hybrid ferries: the opportunity for Scotland4 Owned by Highland Council and operated by CFL Widening of the slipway is required at Sconser No work required at Raasay – New pier and slipway opened in 2010

5 Portavadie – Tarbert (Loch Fyne) 18/02/2011Hybrid ferries: the opportunity for Scotland5

6 Portavadie – Tarbert (Loch Fyne) 18/02/2011Hybrid ferries: the opportunity for Scotland6 Portavadie owned by CMAL – operated by CFL Tarbert owned by Tarbert (LF) Harbour Authority - operated by CFL No major work required at these slipways Overnight berthing arrangements at Tarbert to be reviewed

7 Gigha - Tayinloan 18/02/2011Hybrid ferries: the opportunity for Scotland7

8 Gigha - Tayinloan 18/02/2011Hybrid ferries: the opportunity for Scotland8 Facilities owned by A&B council and operated by CFL Dredging at Gigha to be considered to accommodate vessel at low tides Improvements in berthing at Tayinloan already under review Overnight berthing arrangements at Gigha to be reviewed

9 Delivering the Infrastructure 18/02/2011Hybrid ferries: the opportunity for Scotland9 Working with the facility owners CMAL, will take a co-ordinating role in delivering infrastructure requirements; CMAL will work with SSE to deliver power requirements; We will endeavour to ensure ferry operations will continue throughout works; Identifying and working with all stakeholders will be a priority; Detailed work plans are being prepared


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