Tender come planter.
Taken in Plockton Harbour
The starboard side of a beautiful gaff rigged cutter “Capella”, built by an old friend of mine. We covered many sea miles in her…
Taken at the Portsoy Traditional Boat Festival. A small gaff rigger.
I believe that this small fishing boat takes the trip each year from Whitby to the Portsoy Tradition Boat Festival.
The largest yawl in Arbroath harbour built in 1890. She was intended for line and drift-net fishing and was powered by two big lug…
A steam powered boat at The Portsoy Boat Festival.
This gaff rigger was owned by the local Laird. I regularly raced against her in Capella.
traditional coracle at the Portsoy Boat Festival.
The bow of a Drascombe Lugger.
Working traditional fishing n Portsoy.
Spotted this unusual looking yacht in The Forth.
There is a growing fleet of hire and residential barges and boats on the canal. This one at Lochrin Basin, the Edinburgh terminus.…
A fishing boat on The River Alde.
Capella, a beautiful gaff rig cutter on The River Forth..
Designed not to camouflage, but to distort a ship’s appearance when viewed through a telescope, ‘Dazzle’ was developed by the Brit…
I spotted this at anchor in Rothesay Bay. Apparently the owner, Russian Roman Abramovich cycling round the island of Bute.
large coracle type boat in Portsoy Harbour.
Cal-mac ferry between Rothesay and Wemyss Bay/Gurrock.
A canal barge on the Union Edinburgh.
A canal barge on the Union Edinburgh. Crossing Slateford Aqueduct.