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Loch Linnhe at Tobermory

Photographs  John H. Luxton 2011

LOCH LINNHE is seen approaching the Tobermory Caledonian Macbrayne Terminal on Sunday August 14, on her 11:45 sailing from Kilchoan. After arrival she moved to the pier for her lunch time lay-over. The pier terminal building can be seen right and far left an amusing notice regarding the slip way if you think about it.

Later the same day LOCH LINNHE can be seen heading to Kilchoan on the 14:30 sailing from Tobermory.

LOCH LINNHE (206grt)  was built by Richard Dunston of Hessel in 1986. She is propelled by tow Voith Schnieder propellors and has a speed of 9 knots. She can carry 200 passengers and 12 cars.

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