Fyne, Loch

Fyne, Loch

(lŏkh fīn), arm of the Firth of Clyde, Argyll and Bute, W Scotland. It extends 40 mi (64 km) N and NE from the Sound of Bute. The loch has long been famous for its herring fisheries. The Crinan Canal (9 mi/14.5 km long) connects Loch Fyne with the Sound of Jura.
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02 contract notice: Calmac ferries ltd (cfl) is seeking to award a contract for the replacement of the existing conventional fire alarm system with a fully addressable fire alarm system on two major vessels (hebredian isles and isle of arran) and replacement of existing panels on four small vessels (loch dunvegan, loch fyne, loch ranza and loch striven).
loveholidays.com, 020 3870 6844 CRUISE Scotland from PS999pp: Fred Olsen's Black Watch sails from Liverpool on June 11 for a week's round-trip to Loch Fyne, Loch Linnhe, Fort William, Sound of Mull, Stornoway, Invergordon and Kirkwall.
loveholidays.com, 0044 020 3870 6844 CRUISE Scotland from [euro]1,141pp: Fred Olsen's Black Watch sails from Liverpool on June 11 for a week's round-trip to Loch Fyne, Loch Linnhe, Fort William, Sound of Mull, Stornoway, Invergordon and Kirkwall.