Gallery (Ships and Boats)


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HMS Duncan, the last of the Type 45 Destroyers, was launched from BAE Systems' Govan shipyard on Monday 11th October 2010. These photographs taken on Wednesday, 13th October, show it being towed down the Clyde to be fitted out at the Scotstoun yard. (Photographs by Rozsa Halls)

Car Ferry to Dunoon

Car Ferry "Sound of Scarba" en route to Dunoon in the Clyde estuary

Ship under Erskine Bridge

Freighter going under the Erskine Bridge on the Clyde

HMS Dragon at Scotstoun

HMS Dragon at BAE Systems shipyard at Scotstoun on the Clyde . She commenced sea trials in November 2010. Her sister ship, Duncan, is being fitted out and can just be seen behind Dragon to the left.(Jan 2011)

HMS Defender and Dragon

HMS Defender and HMS Dragon at BAE Systems shipyard on 3rd June 2011.

Bows of Dragon and Defender

The shark-like bows of Dragon and Defender. 3rd June 2011

Boats on Forth and Clyde Canal near Kirkintilloch

Boats on the Forth and Clyde Canal near Kirkintilloch

Boats on the Forth and Clyde Canal at The Stables, Kirkintilloch

Boats on the Forth and Clyde Canal at The Stables, Kirkintilloch. 20th April 2011

Yarrow Seagull on Forth and Clyde Canal

Yarrow Seagull on Forth and Clyde Canal at Kirkintilloch. This is one of several boats operated by Seagull Trust Cruises who offer free canal cruising to people with special needs.

Maid of the Loch at Balloch Pier

Maid of the Loch at Balloch Pier, Loch Lomond. The Maid is the last paddle steamer built in Britain and was formerly the mainstay of cruises on Loch Lomond. She is being restored and is currently a static visitor attraction. Date of photo: 24/08/2013

Royal Yacht Britannia

Royal Yacht Britannia

A series of photographs taken of the exterior and interior of the Royal Yacht Britannia at Leith Harbour, Edinburgh on 26th December 2011.