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Mary This fishing boat, SY150, was well known in Gravir in the early years of the 20th century. She was called the 'Mary' and, because of the slender shape, she was appropriately referred to in the village as 'Mairi-Chaol'.... Yes 633
Mary Ann Boat - Mary AnnRegistered - 1893 No. Sy 103016ft KeelMast and Lug sail - decked scaff4 Ton4 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/Skipper Angus Maclennan (Maighstear) 3 KirkibostBuilder John Maclennan (Scodaidh) 8... Yes 13802
Mary Ann Boat - Mary AnnRegistered 1895 No. Sy 108216.5ft KeelMast, Lug sail and Jib. Decked scaff4 Ton 4 man crew Owner/Skipper John Macaulay (Piridh)12 KirkibostBuilder John Maclennan (Scodaidh) 8 KirkibostReg. Closed 1938 14000
Mary Ann The Mary Ann SY807 was owned and skippered by Donald Maclean out of Mangersta. One mast and lugsail; lines and creels. 2.5 tons, 14' keel, crew of four. 37954
Mary Ann The Mary Ann SY855 was owned and skippered by Malcolm Macdonald out of Kneep. One mast and lugsail; lines and creels. 2 ton; 15' keel; crew of four. 37977
Mary Ann Boat - Mary AnnReg. 1876 No. SY 171916ft keelMast and lug sail3 ton 4 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner - Kenneth Smith, fish curer, StornowaySkipper - Angus Macaulay (Aonghas Sgaire), Bosta Fishing in 1881 39597
Mary Ann Boat - Mary AnnReg. 1869 No. SY 91115ft keelMast and sail2 ton4 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/skipper - Angus Macarthur (Aonghas Mhicartair), Bosta 39599
Mary Ann Boat - Mary AnnReg. 1927 No. SY 39313ft keelMast and lug sail1.97 ton 3 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/Skipper - Donald Mackenzie (Domhnall Sheorais), HackleteNew owner 21-04-1937 Norman Maciver (Tormod Aonghais... 39705
Mary Ann Boat - Mary AnnReg. 1947 No. SY 73312.5ft keelAuxilliary motor0.82 ton 2 man crewCreel fishing Owner/Skipper - John Mackenzie (Iain Dhomhnaill a Phiobair), 5 Hacklete Reg. closed 1955 39707
Mary Ann Boat - Mary AnnReg. 1938 No. SY 42712ft keelOars0.61ton 2 man crewCreel fishing Owner/Skipper - John Mackenzie (Iain Dhomhnaill a Phiobair), HackleteOutboard fitted 1945 Reg. closed 1948 39709
Mary Bell The Mary Bell was owned and skippered by John Martin. She was a 1.5 ton boat with a keel length of 14ft, 1 mast and lug sail and fished using lines and nets, crewed by 4 men. 22067
Mary Jane Mary Jane This boat had the distinction of every crew member (other than the skipper) being called Ivor. Crew Neil Macleod, Niall Iomhair, 37 Gravir.Ivor Macleod, Iomhair Dhomhnaill.Ivor Macleod, Louis, 37 Gravir.Ivor... 11040
Mary Jane Boat - Mary JaneReg. 1869 No. 93215.5ft keelMast and lug sail3 ton4 man crewLine fishing and nets Owner/skipper Donald Macdonald (Domhnall Ban), Crulivig Reg. closed 04-03-1871; unfit 39673
Maryann The Maryann SY1008 was owned and skippered by Malcolm Smith out of Enaclete. One mast and lugsail; line fishing. 1.5 ton, 16' keel, crew of four. 37921
Merganteer Boat - MerganteerReg. 1948 No. SY 83015ft keelSail and auxilliary motor0.96 ton 2 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/Skipper - Kenneth Macleod (Coinneach Allaidh), 1 Crulivig Reg. closed 1953 39675
Mermaid Boat - Mermaidreg. 1869 No. SY 100616ft keelMast and lug sail3 ton4 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/skipper John Gillies ('an Ghiollais), BostaBoat still fishing in 1879 39603
Mia Cara Boat - Mia CaraRegistered 1933 No. Sy 48414ft KeelMast and Lug sail.92 Ton3 man crewFishing with creels Owner/Skipper/Builder - Donald Maclennan (Domhnall a Mhaighstear) 3 Kirkibost01/03/1947 Renamed "Friends" and had... 13803
Michael-E SS Michael E was a 7,628 GRT cargo ship that was built in 1941. She was sunk by a German submarine on the 2nd June 1941 on her maiden voyage.     108237
Mizpah Boat - MizpahRegistered 1914 No. Sy 3616.7ft KeelMast and Lug sail3.6 Ton4 man crewLine fishing, nets and creels Owner/Skipper - Murdo Maclennan (Murchadh Scodaidh) 8 KirkibostBuilder - John Maclennan (Scodaidh), 8... Yes 13854
Mona's Isle (IV) A typical Denny turbine of the time, Onward was called up for service as a troop carrier during the First World War and whilst lying at Folkestone she caught fire and was scuttled. She was refurbished and renamed Mona'... 40802
Monarch of the Tide Boat - Monarch of the TideReg. 1895 No. SY 109317.4ft keelMast, foresail and jib;decked scaff4 ton5 man crewLine fishing and nets Owner/Skipper - Malcolm Mackenzie (Calum Piobair), TobsonBuilder Scodaidh, 8 Kirkibost;... 39782
Mormina Boat - MorminaRegistered 1973 No.Sy 13832.4ft overall lengthDiesel engineCreel fishing Owner/Skipper - Finlay Macdonald (Fionnlagh Thormoid Dhol) 23 KirkibostBuilt in Orkney 1987, New owner- F Mackinnon, Portnalong,... 14035
Morning Star The Morning Star SY1579 was owned and skippered by Norman Morrison out of Brenish and evidently registered on the same day as Norman's other boat, the Lady Hood. 1 mast and lugsail; creels. 3 ton; 15.5' keel; crew of... 38254
Morning Star The Morning Star SY276 was owned by John Macaulay (possibly a fish curer in Uig) and skippered by Allan Morrison out of Valtos. Three masts; decked. 10 ton; 31.5' keel, crew of seven. George Macleod, Bernera, reckoned... 38287
Morning Star The Morning Star SY583 was owned by John Macaulay and skippered by Malcolm Morrison out of Valtos. 2 masts and lug sails; decked. 10 ton, 30.5' keel, crew of eight. George Macleod, Bernera, suggests this may be the... 38301
Moss Rose The Moss Rose SY517 was owned by Kenneth Smith (Stornoway) and skippered by John Macdonald (from 1871 by John Matheson) out of Crowlista. Two masts and lugs; fishing lines. 7 tons, 25' keel, crew of eight. 37920
Mowhawk The Mowhawk SY519 was owned by Kenneth Smith (Stornoway) and skippered by Angus Maciver out of Crowlista. Two masts and lugs; fishing lines. 7 tons, 25' keel, crew of eight. 37915
Nellies This vessel, a lugger with a cargo of ballast, was run down by the 'Ann Cook' and sunk at anchor in Ullapool Bay in 1905. 51850
Neptune Boat - NeptuneReg. 1869 No. SY 117126ft keel2 masts and lug sails8 ton8 man crewLine fishing Owner - Kenneth Smith, fish curer, StornowaySkipper - John Mackenzie, CroirReg. closed February 1878, boat broken up 39642
Nevada 2 The Nevada 2 was built by Bremer Vulkan-Vegesak and launched in 1918 as the Rovuma. She was originally a German ship but was handed over to France as part of the reparations following the Great War and had a long... 117072

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