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MV Hallaig

MV Hallaig

About

The MV Hallaig is a diesel-electric hybrid ferry. She was the first ship to be fully built and delivered on the Clyde in over five years, and one of two hybrid ferries to combine diesel electric and lithium-ion battery power. She's named after a poem by Sorley MacLean.

On Board Facilities

Travelling in a vehicle - To maintain Covid-19 safety precautions, please stay in your vehicle during the crossing to ensure the safety of all passengers and crew at this time.

 

Accessibility

 

There are no accessibility issues for passengers with reduced mobility. There are low thresholds to the lounge.

 

Accessible Toilet

 

There is a dedicated accessible toilet on board.

 

Indoor Seating

 

There is an indoor passenger lounge and pets are welcome within.

 


Specification

Gross tons
499
Length
43.5m
Breadth
12.2m
Draught
1.73m
Builders
Ferguson Shipbuilders, Port Glasgow, Scotland
Built
2012
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