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"Vaila Mae" (Shetland Museum Sixareen) - Shetlopedia - The Shetland Encyclopaedia

"Vaila Mae" (Shetland Museum Sixareen) - Shetlopedia - The Shetland Encyclopaedia

Bigton row Fridarey back. After a foggy five-hour crossing from Grutness to Fair Isle last Saturday afternoon 31st July nine weary but jubilant Bigton rowers pulled their yoal "Fridarey" - built on Fair Isle by boat builder Ian Best up on to the North Have beach. - The new Fair Isle yoal "Fridarey" after a long rowing back from Grutness to Fair Isle.

"Fridarey", one of the four yoals built for the coastal rowing club of Bigton arriving to Fair Isle, coming from Grutness, South Shetland mainland in five hours.

Located halfway between Orkney and Shetland, Fair Isle is one of Britain’s most remote inhabited islands.

Located halfway between Orkney and Shetland, Fair Isle is one of Britain’s most remote inhabited islands. It may be small – only three miles long and.

Shetland Ness Yoal "Jeannie"

Shetland Ness Yoal "Jeannie"

ian best | intheboatshed

ian best | intheboatshed

Old+Lifeboat | Old photograph of the Lifeboat on Fair Isle, Scotland .

Old photograph of the Lifeboat on Fair Isle, Scotland . Fair Isle's first lifeboat was also the first one in Shetland. It was delivered to t.

ian best | intheboatshed.net

ian best | intheboatshed.net

AN ALARC'H, Ness Yoal de 7,00m. Extrait de "Gens de Mer"  de MAREK

AN ALARC'H, Ness Yoal de 7,00m. Extrait de "Gens de Mer" de MAREK

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