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CalMac Booking and Timetable Update 03 June 2020

Covid-19 Customer Update - 03 June 2020

We shared an update with our customers last week as Scotland took its first steps to move carefully out of lockdown, into phase one of the Scottish Government's route map. We said we would let you know as soon as we had more information on the next phase of our timetable.  

We are continuing to work with the Scottish Government and Transport Scotland to implement travel and transport guidelines. The latest update is that the current essential lifeline timetable will remain in operation until at least 30 June 2020. While we work to establish our future timetable, no future bookings will be available until at least 30 June 2020.  

We will continue to take our lead from the Scottish Government and Transport Scotland, while working closely with the communities we serve. When we agree the next phase of our timetable, it will still look very different to our service during normal times while we implement social distancing measures. It will remain focused on the priority lifeline services and the changing needs and welfare of island communities.  

The current official advice remains to stay at home as much as possible, stay local and only travel if your journey is essential.Travel to our islands continues to be for . Where your journey is essential, please follow the updated advice on how to travel safely.  

We will update our customers as soon as we have further information on our future timetable via our website and social media channels. If you have any questions on how this affects you or your plans, or on ferry travel in general, please go to our dedicated FAQ section of our website. If you do need to cancel a booking, we will of course waive the cancellation fee and you can begin that process by filling out our refund form


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