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Traditional materials are the best choice for Reaper

Preserving the wood and the appearance of the museum’s flagship vessel, Reaper, is a top priority for the Boats Club.

Farewell to Athene: Sept 2020

Farewell to Athene: Sept 2020

11 September 2020

The Athene departed Anstruther for her new home port in early September.

Stabilisation of the Research LK62: 2020

Boats Club volunteers are working with museum staff to stabilise the “Research”.

Winter in the Boatyard

Winter in the Boatyard

24 February 2020

Winter in the boatyard is a good time for work to be done on the current restoration project, the Antares.

ATHENE: 2018 - 19

ATHENE: 2018 - 19

02 May 2019

The “Athene”, originally called “Guiding Star” and registered as KY240.

RESEARCH LK62: 2018 - 20

RESEARCH LK62: 2018 - 20

07 January 2019

Stabilisation and support to conserve the Research for the future, funded by Museums Galleries Scotland Recognition Fund.

SHIRLEY II: 2018 - 19

SHIRLEY II: 2018 - 19

07 January 2019

“Shirley II” was built in 1956 by J N Miller & Sons in St Monans.

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