CalMac Ferry from Ardrossan to Brodick – Isle of Arran, Scotland

There are two ferry crossings to the Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde off the west coast of Scotland, one from Ardrossan to Brodick and the other one from Claonaig to Lochranza to both run by Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac). We took the Ardrossan to Brodick crossing and were lucky to depart as there had been some heavy winds and seas forecast because of a hurricane off the west coast of UK.

The ferry is a large vehicle and passenger ferry and the crossing takes just around 1 hour. Conditions as we departed Ardrossan were very pleasant so I managed to get out on deck to take some photographs.

As we neared the Isle of Arran we could see the town of Brodick and to the north side of the town we could clearly see Brodick Castle and grounds where we planned to visit once we disembarked.


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