Routine Maintenance for the Loch Ranza in Troon

The Loch Ranza, entered service on the 16th April 1987 serving the route across the sound of Gigha. At a little over 30 meters in length and 10 meters across she could still manage an impressive payload of up to 200 passengers and 12 cars and a top speed of 9 knots.  

She entered the dock on the 29th January where routine maintenance was carried out. This involved hull blasting, wash, prep and a full vessel paint. Ramp works, alternators serviced, overhauled and then placed back in the vessel, valves, cross over pipe work and some minor hull repairs.

Once all the work was completed, she was then successfully undocked on the14th of February.