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To ask the Scottish Government how many sailings on the Kennacraig/Islay route have operated carrying less than the full vehicle capacity since 1 April 2015 and how many of these were notified as full to prospective travellers with vehicles at any time prior to the vessel leaving the departure port.


Answered by Derek Mackay (16/09/2015):

Since 1 April 2015, there have been 216 sailings that have exceeded a capacity figure of 90%, which are effectively classed as full sailings by CalMac. The operated sailings since 1 April 2015 total 1,286, therefore 16.8% can be classed as full and 83.2% as less than full. No information is held by CalMac as to how many were notified to customers, as full, prior to the vessel sailing.


Current Status: Answered by Derek Mackay on 16/09/2015
 
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