Islanders are facing further ferry disruption on Wednesday as several sailings have been cancelled due to ongoing engine problems on CalMac’s largest vessel.
The ferry operator said that services continued to be disrupted because of an issue with MV Loch Seaforth’s engine control system.
Sailings leaving from Stornoway at 7am and 2pm have been cancelled as well the 10.30am service departing from Ullapool.
CalMac said that engineers were onboard the vessel on Wednesday morning working on resolving the issue.
An update on the 5.30pm sailing from Ullapool will be provided at 2pm on Wednesday.
Passengers have been encouraged to use the Uig to Tarbert route due to the cancellations, with additional sailings being put in place to face the backlog.
On Tuesday, commuters faced a day of disruption due to the same issues, which resulted in all services being cancelled.