Anchor and Sail Project
The Tall Ship in partnership with Gal Gael have started a three year boat building project called Anchor and Sail. The project aims are to build four new wooden boats, refurbish a 40’ open launch and four apprentices will be trained in the art of traditional boat building. The Tall Ship has started to refurbish open launch Starcrest in the workshop of the Tall Ship based within the Riverside Museum whilst across the water in Govan, Gal Gael are building the first of two West Coasts Skiffs.
Seaforce fast powerboat rides have been voted amongst the most exciting things to do in Glasgow. Trips run from Kelvin Harbour, next to The Tall Ship and Riverside Museum, to the city centre, Erskine Bridge, Dumbarton Rock, Kilcreggan and beyond.
The service is professional and is delivered safely but in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. It‘s all about having fun, after all!
Seaforce also provides maritime training courses, including safety training and is responsible for workboat services cover on the Clyde and further afield
For more information please visit the Seaforce website at
Other Useful Links
Clyde Waterfront Heritage: www.clydewaterfrontheritage.com
Glasgow’s Leading Attractions: http://glasgowsleadingattractions.com
See Glasgow: www.seeglasgow.com
Visit Scotland: www.visitscotland.com
Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions (ASVA): www.asva.co.uk
City Sightseeing Glasgow: http://citysightseeingglasgow.co.uk
Scottish Maritime Heritage: www.smha.org.uk
Scottish Maritime Museum: www.scottishmaritimemuseum.org
Aberdeen Maritime Museum: www.aagm.co.uk/Venues/AberdeenMaritimeMuseum
R.R.S. Discovery, Dundee: www.rrsdiscovery.com
H.M. Frigate Unicorn, Dundee: www.frigateunicorn.org
Loch Katrine, the Trossachs: www.lochkatrine.com
Scottish Fisheries Museum, Anstruther, Fife: www.scotfishmuseum.org
Waverley Excursions, West coast: www.waverleyexcursions.co.uk
Govan Ferry: http://www.getintogovan.com/attractions/free-govan-summer-ferry-2017