There’s disruption to weekend events and ferry timetables due to gales forecast through tomorrow (Saturday September 14th).

Tomorrow’s morning sailings between Stornoway and Ullapool have been cancelled, with a yellow alert for further possible disruption or cancellation.

Morning sailings across the Sound of Harris have been cancelled, with a review scheduled at 11.30am tomorrow regarding later sailings.

The timetable for services between Uig, Tarbert and Lochmaddy has been revised, with the early sailing from Uig moved earlier and the later one from Tarbert being delayed.  The latter sailing is already over-full with a waiting list developing. 

Sailings between Castlebay and Oban have been cancelled and sailings on the Sound of Barra are liable to disruption.

A wide range of other services are also affected.

Meanwhile some social activities have also been postponed or cancelled because of the forecast.

Traigh Mhor Trekking have cancelled all lessons and rides on Saturday and a beach clean at Barvas and Brue scheduled as part of Hebridean International Film Festival has been postponed to Saturday September 21st.

(This article has been updated since first being posted.  However, the situation is fluid and accurate and up-to-date information can only come from CalMac Ferries themselves.)