Surrounded on all sides by water Tiree has a proud association with the sea. In 1894 Ada Goodrich Freer visited the Isle of Tiree. In the EP Dutton Publication ‘Outer Isles’ she wrote, There is a saying among the people that “if Tyree does not grow trees, it grows ministers and deep sea captains.” Today […]Read more "Skiff Attraction"
For the uninitiated ‘An Gille-Brìghde’ is the name of the Tiree St Ayles Skiff. For those who do not have the Gaelic it means ‘The Oyster Catcher’. These colourful birds are characteristic of the island. The skiff is presently under construction in the Noust (Boathouse). The work began with building a workbench in February (2018). […]Read more "An Gille-Brìghde"