NorthLink Ferries to Orkney and Shetland

NorthLink provides extra sailing to accommodate Pentland Firth Passengers

In order to accommodate passengers sailing between Stromness and Scrabster this weekend NorthLink Ferries has created an additional sailing this Friday 27September.

Passengers intending to travel are welcome to book with NorthLink Ferries and can contact a member of staff on: 0845 6000 449 or visit www.northlinkferries.co.uk to book directly.

The additional round trip will sail on Friday 27at 1100 from Stromness to Scrabster with a Scrabster to Stromness return at 1315. NorthLink’s regular sailings (0630 and 1645) are already at full capacity.

Stuart Garrett, managing director of NorthLink Ferries, said: “With Hamnavoe already at capacity we are keen to make sure all those wishing to cross the Pentland Firth this weekend are able to do so.”

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