Storms expected to cause unusually high tides as ferries cancelled

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The arrival of Storm Brendan has forced ferry operator CalMac to cancel services across Argyll and the Isles.

Services cancelled for the day include Tarbert – Portavadie; Tarbert – Lochranza; Kennacraig – Port Askaig and Kennacraig – Port Ellen; Tayinloan – Gigha; and Colintraive – Rhubodach.

Along with wind speeds around 60mph, exceptionally high tides were anticipated around the Argyll coastline.

For up-to-date information on ferry sailings, contact www.calmac.co.uk/service-status.

Look out for more on the impact of Storm Brendan in your Argyllshire Advertiser – online and print