How they would look – the planned pontoons at Kilcreggan, Dunoon and Gourock

An option for pontoons at Kilcreggan
An option for pontoons at Kilcreggan

Kilc plan 2A second option for Kilcreggan

The third option for the Kilcreggan pontoons
The third option for the Kilcreggan pontoons
The access bridge would dominate one side of Kilcreggan's pier
The access bridge would dominate one side of Kilcreggan’s pier
The Dunoon pier would be alongside the existing breakwater
The Dunoon pier would be alongside the existing breakwater
The access ramp at Dunoon
The access ramp at Dunoon
A pontoon at Gourock would require millions being spent on a new breakwater
A pontoon at Gourock would require millions being spent on a new breakwater

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  1. Are we going to be provided with aqualungs and drysuits for use in winter? Because as drawn, the Kilcreggan pontoon will spend most of the winter doing submarine impressions. If the Island Princess or Cailin Oir were alongside as drawn they would be shipping green water over the stern in anything over a force 4. This is an appalling piece of flimflam, and I’d like to see what Arch Henderson’s instructions were to cause them to produce such a load of impractical nonsense.

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