NorthLink Ferries to Orkney and Shetland

Details for Hamnavoe Dry Dock courtesy transport

During the MV Hamnavoe 2014 scheduled maintenance period between 6th-23rd January, courtesy transport will be provided via the Stagecoach X1 service between Stromness and St. Margaret’s Hope. Departure times to coincide with Pentland Ferries Departures and arrival are as detailed below. Any passengers wishing to use this service will be able to do so free of charge.

X1 – Monday to Friday

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X1 – Saturday

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*0630 not scheduled as per standard timetable, however, Stagecoach will operated this for NorthLink Ferries 11th and 18th January.

NorthLink Ferries Service, Sunday 12th and 19th January 2014 (X1 equivalent)

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The following will operate in Caithness between Scrabster/Thurso and Gills Bay also free of charge.

Route # 80 – Monday to Friday

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*Gills Bay Road End Only

Route # 80 – Saturday

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NorthLink Ferries Service, Sunday 12th and 19th January 2014 (Route # 80 equivalent)

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The above Caithness service will be complimented by the X99 & Route 78 services which operate between Scrabster and Thurso, this service will also be provided free of charge. Any passenger wishing to use the below service can request to be dropped off at Olrig Street.

Monday to Friday

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Saturday

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Sunday

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Any customers who require further options regarding transport during our refit period on the Pentland Firth route should contact us on 0845 6000 449 to discuss their individual needs.

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