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The MV Hebrides has resumed duties on the Tarbert and Lochmaddy routes.
The vessel spent the past fortnight in drydock in Greenock undergoing her annual
The timetable suffered extensive cancellations and delays during her absence as strong
winds and rough seas made berthing hazardous.
Shellfish exports from Uist as well as deliveries of incoming agricultural, food
and general supplies plus daily newspapers were badly disrupted.
The two relief vessels covering the route have left.
The MV Isle of Arran is due her yearly overhaul on the Clyde while the Hebridean
Isles returns to the busy Islay service.
Hebrides back on normal duties
31 March 2017