mv EILEAN DUBH

mv EILEAN DUBH
built by James Lamont & Company Greenock,
Yard No 375
Engines by Gleniffer Engines Ltd, Glasgow
Propulsion: Twin diesels 2 x M4cy 160bhp 9kn 2scr
Launched: Wednesday, 07/02/1951
Built: 1951
Ship Type: Passenger Car Ferry
Tonnage: 65grt, 39nrt
Length: 69.5ft
Breadth: 20.1ft
Owner History:
Ross & Cromarty County Council (Kessock Ferry Joint Committee), Dingwall
1975 Highland Regional Council
1983 Eric Hutchinson & Elizabeth Mackenzie (t/a MacDonald Ferries), Muirtown
Status: Scrapped - c 2003

Remarks:
From 1983 used as service vessel to oil rigs at Invergordon and Cromarty.

Previous updates by Stuart Cameron, John Newth
Photo supplied by George Robinson
Previous update by Bruce Biddulph

Last updated: by David Asprey from the original records by Stuart Cameron




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