Leirna

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Ferry Details
Name: Leirna
Built: Ferguson Shipbuilders of Port Glasgow, Scotland
Entered Service: 2nd of November 1992
Passengers: 95
Cars: 19
Crew:
Length: 32.45m
Breadth: 10.7m
Draught: 3.69m
GRT 420T
Out of Service: Still in service 2009
Leirna February 21st 1993.
Photo from Shetland Museum and Archives.

The Leirna, named after a stack at the south end of Lerwick Harbour, was the first double ended ferry in the Shetland fleet.
She was built by Ferguson Shipbuilders of Port Glasgow in 1992.
She took up service on the Lerwick to Bressay route on the 2nd of November 1992, replacing the Grima, and has been on that service since then.

Leirna at Bressay pier 2003
Leirna - Lerwick - Shetland - Shetlopedia.JPG
Leirna leaving Lerwick, August 2007

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