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 CORUISK (III)

Gaelic Name: Coir 'Uisg
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ORIGINAL DESIGN PLAN
HISTORY
 USUAL ROUTE:
Oban - Craignure
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 Picture: Arriving at Mallaig harbour, Ships of CalMac Collection
 DETAILS
Type: Steel DSMV
Callsign: VQKF2
IMO: 9274836
MMSI: 235008929
Built: 2003
Launched: 5/3/2003
Acquired: 
Entered Service: 14/08/2003
Disposed: 
Ordered By: Caledonian MacBrayne Ltd
Cost: £6,750,000
Registered: Glasgow
Launched by: Baroness Michie
Named after: Loch set amid the Cuillin of Skye
 DIMENSIONS
Length: 65m
Draught: 3.05m
Breadth: 14m
Gross tonnage: 1599
 CAPACITIES
Passengers: 250
Cars: 40
Crew: 6
Lifeboats (Number of): 0
 TECHNICAL
Builders: Appledore Shipbuilders Ltd, North Devon
Yard No: 190
Engine Builders: MAK
Machinery: 6M20 each rated at 1000kW @ 1000 rpm and driving Two Schottel Rudder Propellers type SPT 1010
Speed: 14 kts
Hoist & Lifts: None
 FACILITIES

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 REMARKS
She is equipped to carry dangerous goods. Vessel engine controls, alarms and monitoring, all carried out from engineer’s control station on the bridge.
In calm weather her design allows her to do the Mallaig to Armadale roster in reverse.
 ROUTE TIMELINE
2016 - Present: Oban - Craignure
2003 - 2016: Mallaig - Armadale (Summer). Wemyss Bay - Rothesay (Winter)


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