NorthLink ferries are set to resume after four days of cancellations and disruptions due to severe weather.
The services will begin to return to a more regular timetable again on Saturday evening with minor delays from weather.
It comes after services were cancelled on Tuesday, November 15 following severe weather conditions.
The ‘Hjaltland’ service will sail from Aberdeen direct to Lerwick, missing out Orkney, at 5pm.
Delays are still expected at departure depending on the conditions of the harbour.
The ‘Hrossey’ service is also scheduled to depart Lerwick sailing for Aberdeen at 5pm, instead of 7pm, and is expected to reach the city by 9am.
The freight vessel ‘Helliar’ is scheduled to depart Lerwick at 6pm, arriving around 3pm on Sunday.
‘Arrow’ will not depart Aberdeen until 6pm on Sunday due to the continued adverse weather conditions.
Further updates are expected on the NorthLink ferries website.