The Clydelink ferry service between Kilcreggan and Gourock has been suspended again today (Wednesday)
Sailings were suspended mid-afternoon, and Clydelink now says that due to strong winds the 17.04 sailing from Kilcreggan will go to the James Watt dock in Greenock.
There is no information about later sailings, or transport arrangements in Greenock; no disruption to Dunoon ferries is reported on the BBC website currently, but the Argyll Ferries website was updated at 3.30pm to say services were affected.
Update at 4.12pm. Clydelink have announced: “Due to wind there will be one sailing from Kilcreggan today at 1704, if the service has to terminate in Greenock a coach will run to Gourock. There will be only one departure from Gourock – at 1750 by coach to Greenock, then ferry travel to Kilcreggan.”
Normally the last ferry from Gourock is at 6.10pm
Update at 4.37pm: Clydelink have announced: “Due to worsening weather. There will be 1 coach departing Kilcreggan at 1730 for Gourock, then departing Gourock at 1830 for Kilcreggan.