Isle of Arran
Built 1984, Ferguson Ailsa Glasgow, United Kingdom
Tonnage 3 269 GT
Length 84,92 m
Width 16,24 m
Draught 3,20 m
1 bow thruster
Speed 15 knots
For a history (and exterior images) of the Isle of Arran, see the first entry on the ship. The ship itself is an old and small thing, with only three public rooms all located on the same deck, so this will be fairly brief.
Deck 6 houses the navigation bridge.
Deck 5 has outer decks accessible for passengers and (presumably) crew spaces.
|The forward outer deck offers nice views... with the passengers having somewhat different thoughts on the suitable attire for the weather.|
|The aft sun deck is much more sheltered, with superstructure forward and funnels on the sides keeping the wind out. But, of course, this also keeps the wind out.|
|There are two public rooms forward: a sitting lounge on the port side...|
|...and the Coffee Cabin starboard, where the servery also soubles as the ship's small shop.|
Deck 2, then, is the main level of the car deck.
Kships will return.