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M V Helliar Is Now Running The Stromness To Scrabster Route This Week

16th January 2019

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The Serco NorthLink freight ship Helliar is now running the Stromness to Scrabster ferry route while the Hamnavoe has its refit this week.

Bad weather is affecting trips today and tomorrow per the Serco Northlink website -

Updated Wednesday 16th January at 13:30

M.V. Helliar

Departed Stromness at 12:05 to arrive in Scrabster at approximately 14:30

Due to adverse weather conditions the 19:00 sailing from Scrabster to Stromness will now depart at 15:00, ETA in Stromness at 17:00

Passenger and vehicle check in opens 90 minutes prior to departure and closes 30 minutes prior to departure.

All passengers are reminded to bring their booking reference numbers with them for check in.

Thursday 17th January

Due to adverse weather conditions the 06:15 sailing Stromness to Scrabster and the 08:45 sailing Scrabster to Stromness are now cancelled.

The 16:30 sailing from Stromness to Scrabster and the 19:00 sailing from Scrabster to Stromness are expected to operate to schedule.

For further information please call 0845 6000 449

PHOTO

MV Hellier at Baikie's Quay, Aberdeen

Wikipedia under Commons License.

 

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