Antigua and Barbudan registered "multipurpose tweendecker" BBC Chile loading wind turbine parts for Canada at Campbeltown 23 May 2008. More details of BBC Chile can be found here.
Container vessel Rita Sibum heads down river with Caledonian Macbrayne's Loch Shira in the foreground 20 May 2008.
Bunker tanker Aegean Princess lies at anchor awaiting the arrival of bulk carrier Selandia with Caledonian Macbrayne's Bute passing.
Tanker Genmar Harriet G lies in Irvine Bay en route to Finnart 19 May 2008. Finnart has been a busy place this last week!
Maritime and Coastguard Agency "Emergency towing vessel" Anglian Prince lying in Portree Bay 14 May 2008.
Torpedo Recovery vessel SD Tornado passes tug SD Kyle of Lochalsh under the Skye Bridge 13 May 2008.
Caledonian Macbrayne's Loch Linnhe returning to Tobermory following relief duties at Iona 11 May 2008.
Caledonian Macbrayne's Isle of Mull leaves the new (no.2) berth at Oban bound for Craignure 10 May 2008.
The oldest steam powered Clyde Puffer Maggie VIC 27 (ex Auld Reekie and Vital Spark) lying at Ardrishaig 10 May 2008. I hope that the funds can be found for her renovation soon!
M/S Stockholm lying off Campbeltown 11 May 2008. M/S Stockholm is operated by Origo Expeditions (http://www.origoexpedition.se/eng/index.html) who operate passenger expeditions. M/S Stockholm was launched in 1953 and has the highest ice enforcement rating available, being designed for operations in the Baltic. The Company proudly declare "Origo Expeditions brings you to the most remote places on earth, where only a few or no people have been before." Campbeltown?
Caledonian Macbrayne's Loch Buie arrives at Oban enroute from Corpach to Fionnphort after repairs 10 May 2008.
RN minesweeper HMS Bangor M109 lies at Oban's North pier while Caledonian Macbrayne's Isle of Mull heads for Craignure and Loch Tarsan sits at anchor 10 May 2008.