Seagull Trust - Inverness

Inverness

The Highland branch was formed in 1987, operating on the Caledonian Canal. The Highland Seagull was built in 1975, formerly a cruiser on the Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness, the Abbey Princess. It was completely adapted by Caley Marina, Inverness for operation with the Trust. It was renamed in 1989 by the Duke and Duchess of York. A replacement boat "The Highland Cross Seagull" was built in 2011/2012 with the original "Highland Seagull" being transported south to the Lowland Canals to be lengthened, adapted and used as a floating classroom. The "Highland Seagull" is now named "The Wooden Spoon Seagull"

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