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All Boats Have a Story to Tell

Start: Sunday 12 March 2023 11:00

End: Sunday 12 March 2023 13:00

Georgie McDonald | An Audio Portrait

by Gail McGarva

A celebration of the stories of working boats, their people and their shores. All boats have a story to tell… and here is the story of just one of them; the story of Georgie McDonald…

Meet the artist:

Sunday 12th March, 11 am - 1 pm

Historic Boatyard Display, Scottish Fisheries Museum

This audio portrait of Georgie McDonald is part of an audio collection ‘All boats have a story to tell’. The collection seeks to shine a light on endangered working boats and their special place in our maritime heritage. The creator of the collection is Gail McGarva, a traditional wooden boat builder with a particular passion for working boats. Gail specialising in building replicas or she prefers to call them ‘daughterboats’ breathing life into a new generation of traditional craft.

Entry included in General Admission fee

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