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The Invergordon Archive

Elf, Ulva and Muriel
The Invergordon Archive
Elf, Ulva and Muriel

This picture, taken in in 1951 shows Elf, in the foreground, Ulva, tied up to the wall and the stern of the Muriel. Elf and Ulva were owned by Hugh Ross, Lochslin.
Ulva had just arrived in the firth, having been purchased in the Clyde and is shown in her original gunter rig before her conversion to bermudan rig. This is the only photo of the Muriel that I can find and a poor one at that and so I apologise to Muriel (Macrae) for not doing better. I suppose a quarter of a boat is better than none! Incidentally, Muriel was usually moored with her bow facing the shore.
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Picture added on 31 August 2015 at 09:59
Comments:
Thank you Gordon, did you see the picture #1673 which was contributed by Andrew Bailey? Good to hear from you.
Added by Muriel Macrae on 31 August 2015
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