Tag Archives: lug sails

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2019.90.1

Colour photograph of the traditional sailing boat An Sulaire passing through Scarinish Harbour during a visit to Tiree from Barra in 1998.

Various teams crewed An Sulaire over the years, but on this occasion the crew was Kenny Morrison, Skipper, Stornoway; Angus Brendan Macneil, Barra; Elizabeth MacInnes, Barra; Alan Maclean, Mull; David Wilson, Glasgow; Melissa Macleod, New Zealand.

2014.115.19

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 451, 25/09/2009

Local news: Skerryvore perform in China and win A&B’s Young Entrepeneur of the Year; Alan Reid MP visits Tiree; An Iodhlann’s ‘Sheaves from the Stackyard’ – Tiree at war; Lunch Club remembers 1930s Tiree; new social worker for Tigh a’ Rudha; report of Strathclyde fire chief’s visit; policing Tiree Wave Classic; Tiree-Islay exchange; report of SWRI meeting; forthcoming visit by Tobermory lifeboat; school news – fundraising for Mod trip, healthy eating week, new rugby club; letters to the editor – damage to machair at Caoles; volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels; community Powerdown project – solar hot water; poem about wind power by Nik Rawson; sheep sale results; forthcoming boat restoration course.

2018.63.4

Colour photograph of the crew of the dipping lug-sail boat ‘Eilean Thiriodh’, holding a prize cup outside the ‘Lean-to’ bar of the Scarinish Hotel, after winning in the Tiree Regatta around 2000. L-R: David Hepburn, John MacArthur, Duncan MacArthur, Kenny Morrison. The ‘Eilean Thiriodh’ was made in Barcaldine in 1998, and won several Tiree Regattas.

2018.63.3

Colour photograph of the crew of the dipping lug-sail boat ‘Eilean Thiriodh’, holding a prize cup in front of their boat in Scarinish harbour, after winning a race in the Tiree Regatta around 2000. L-R: David Hepburn, Kenny Morrison, John MacArthur, Duncan MacArthur. The ‘Eilean Thiriodh’ was made in Barcaldine in 1998, and won several Tiree Regattas.

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