With more than 2,000 passengers and 800 crew, the largest vessel to enter Stornoway Harbour arrived in port yesterday morning.
Stornoway Port Authority
Stornoway Port Authority is re-thinking its future plans to help preserve the town’s ancient past.
A massive project for a marina and facilities at Stornoway Harbour received a £3.5million funding boost from enterprise chiefs yesterday.
Creators of a poignant shoreline monument to the Iolaire disaster have lodged a plea to extend its lifespan until Easter.
An ambitious £45 million plan to redevelop the main harbour in the Outer Hebrides - and cater for large cruise ships - was unveiled yesterday.
The port of Stornoway is to embark on a multi-million pound development to construct a new modern marina.
A new harbourmaster has been appointed to help steer Stornoway Port Authority through a period which is hoped will be transformational for the island.
Stornoway Port Authority will consult local residents over plans to change the face of the Island’s main harbour.
The centenary of the Iolaire disaster that claimed the lives of 201 people, mostly servicemen returning from WWI, will be marked with the installation of a new sculpture in the Hebrides.
A pioneering new funding model could be used to unlock hundreds of millions of pounds of investment in the Highlands and islands.
Test drilling is due to start this week in the seabed off Stornoway, in the Outer Hebrides, as part of plans to create a deep-water port there.
Design options are to be drawn up for a new food processing factory and refurbished boat yard on Goat Island as part of a £66million vision for Stornoway Harbour.
Harbour chiefs have released revealed a £66million masterplan for the port of Stornoway.
The lucrative cruising season is under way for Stornoway after the arrival of its first visitors.
The Port of Cromarty Firth has pledged to overhaul its pricing structure to bring it in line with more "modern" fee charges.
Thousands of people were thrilled by a spectacular air show by the Red Arrows at Stornoway yesterday.
The famous Red Arrows will perform their spectacular display over the skies of Stornoway later this year to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the town's port authority.