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Well done to Tog Studio team – you did an incredible job, guys! This was the state of play Friday morning and evening. A final set of photos with doors and paint will be coming shortly. In the meantime – … Continue reading
Tiree Maritime Trust are delighted to present, The Noust. ‘The Noust’ has been chosen by the Trust directors as the name for the brand new boat house. A Noust is a Viking word for a boat shelter, where long boats … Continue reading
Yesterday, Friday 28 June was a very long day for the Tog Studio team. Against all the odds, including mist, a cold northerly wind and extreme tiredness, they did it! The Boat House was completed late last night against the … Continue reading
The Boat House is looking ever closer to a finished project. Two sides are complete, and work has begun on cladding the gables and adding doors. In exciting news, a name has also been chosen, but you’ll need to wait … Continue reading
A site visit this afternoon revealed one fully clad wall and one in progress, as well as a nearly completed roof. Things are beginning to move really fast! We are sorry to say goodbye to some of the team who … Continue reading
The roof of the new Boat House has been started and to celebrate, the Morag Anne was taken for a sail this evening. The project is also going to feature on BBC Radio nan Gaidheal tomorrow morning as part of … Continue reading
The weather has improved, and the Boat House just keeps getting better – it is looking every inch a building now. If you are in Tiree, do pop down to have a look – and whether you are in Tiree … Continue reading
In very exciting news, a visit to the Boat House site at 1pm revealed the four frames standing tall and well braced against the wind. A fantastic achievement considering today’s gusts at over 30mph. Keep it up, guys!