|Operator:||Clyde Marine Services|
|Port of registry:||Greenock|
|Route:||Gourock – Kilcreggan ferry|
|Builder:||Voyager Boatyard, Millbrook, near Plymouth|
|Christened:||30 March 2007 at Kilcreggan Pier.|
|Maiden voyage:||1 April 2007|
MMSI Number: 235052285
|Length:||19.5 metres (64.0 ft)|
|Beam:||6.2 metres (20.3 ft)|
|Installed power:||2x 180 hp Gardner diesel engines|
|Speed:||10.2 (max) / 8.6 knots|
MV Seabus was built in 2007 as a passenger ferry to replace the 71-year old MV Kenilworth on the Gourock – Kilcreggan service, across the Firth of Clyde. She provides the main ferry service, with crossings of Gare Loch to Helensburgh. The service is subsidised by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport.
MV Seabus brought a greater degree of comfort and safety to the route. Larger, roomier and more comfortable than her predecessor, she has better facilities for people with mobility problems.
- "End of an era on the Clyde ferry scene". Shipping Times. http://www.shippingtimes.co.uk/item360_clydeferry.htm. Retrieved 4 January 2010.
- "New vessel sets sail on the Gourock-Kilcreggan-Helensburgh service". SPT. 30 March 2007. http://www.spt.co.uk/news_archive/story391.html. Retrieved 4 January 2010.