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07 June 2016
The Renfrew Rose has arrived

The Renfrew Rose has arrived and will begin regular service ferrying cars and passengers between Cromarty and Nigg today.

The ferry will depart Cromarty on the hour and half hour from 8.00am until 6.00pm daily. It will return from Nigg every 30 minutes at a quarter past and a quarter to the hour.* Fares range from a single journey for car and driver at £9.50 to a return ticket for car and family at £29.00.

The mv Renfrew Rose was built by MacCrindle Shipbuilding Ltd Ardrossan in 1984 with an original length of 53.9', breadth of 17.8' and draught of 6.2' depth. She was operated by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) as the Renfrew to Yoker Ferry until 2010. Most recently, she was the Burtonport to Arranmore ferry in Co. Donegal.

N.B. According to Wikipedia, MacCrindle Shipbuilding Ltd. built the original Cromarty Rose in 1986.

*Times can be affected by weather and tides.