MV Loch Seaforth is currently heading north down the Kattegat into the Skagerrak, west of Gothenburg. The vessel will head round the northern tip of Denmark, into the Skagerrak. Currently running at 12 knots, Loch Seaforth will pass into the North Sea by late morning. It will take her 24 hours to cross to the Pentland Firth, and will probably pass her future base, Stornoway, on Thursday evening - assuming her speed will be rather higher than the current 12 knots.
The sun has set on the 4th November day, weather wasn't too bad actually. The ferry was cancelled because the northeasterly wind whips up a bad swell. It was 2 hours late coming in at lunchtime.