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Tag Archives: scotland
The organisers of Sail Caledonia the annual sail & oar raid through the Great Glen of Scotland are inviting applications for a sponsored boat entry for next year’s race. The race runs from the 24th to the 31st May 2014. The successful … Continue reading
The Scottish Fisheries Museum has a lovely new website including a delicious collection of online photos – the late 19th century shots of the harbour full of fishing boats are particularly impressive. I really must make the time to go … Continue reading
The scaffie Obair-Na-Ghoal built by Alex Slater and Sinclair Young is one of the many traditional craft to have been accepted for inclusion in the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant in London on 3 June 2012 organised to celebrate 60 years of Elizabeth the II’s … Continue reading