Bluemull Charging Explained
|Passengers will be charged from where they board to the island on which they disembark|
A Passenger who breaks their journey by 'stopping off' on any island will be deemed to have disembarked. This only applies in Unst and Fetlar and not Yell.
‘Stopping-off’ is defined as spending any period of time on an island that is not one of the islands/terminals specified upon your ticket as the departure point or destination. ‘Stopping-off’ excludes being requested by crew to go ashore in order to re-stow the vehicle deck in preparation for the next leg of the journey, or where (due to operational/booking restrictions) Ferry Services requires a passenger to disembark and complete their journey on another ferry.
A vehicle ticket bought on Yell Sound is valid on ALL sailings on Bluemull Sound within the validity period.
A vehicle ticket bought on Bluemull Sound is also valid on Yell Sound within the validity period.
A vehicle ticket bought on Bluemull Sound is valid on all Bluemull sailings within the validity period.
Further journeys shall be charged as per the table, above.