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New Look Boat - New LookRegistered - 1950 No. Sy 46214ft KeelSail and auxiliary motor1.42 Ton2 Man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/Skipper - Neil Maclennan (Niall Alastair), 10 Kirkibost 13888
Newest Out Boat - Newest OutReg. 1973 No. SY 14020.4ft keel2.59 ton 2 man crewCreel fishing Owner/Skipper - Murdo Macdonald (Murchadh an Tobha), Thule House Reg. closed 1986 39784
Newest Out Boat - Newest OutReg. 1887 No. SY 97529.5ft keel2 masts and sails; decked10 ton 8 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner - Malcolm Macdonald (Calum Ruadh), Thule, TobsonSkipper - John Macdonald (Seonaidh Barabal), Tobson... 39786
Night Champion Boat - Night ChampionReg. 1953 No. SY 451Sail and auxiliary motor5.53 ton 4 man crewLine fishing, nets and creels Owner/Skipper - Donald Macdonald (Domhnall Tochaidh), Tobson Reg. closed 1964 39788
Nightingale Boat - NightingaleReg. 1869 No. SY 99826ft keel3 masts, 2 sails and jib8 ton8 man crewLine fishing Owner - Kenneth Smith, fish curer, StornowaySkipper Murdo Macdonald (Murchadh Chaluim) TobsonSkipper 31-10-1870 Donald... 39790
North Star Boat- North StarRegistered 1975 No. Sy 20648ft KeelDiesel engine23.25 Ton4 Man crewFishing with trawl and creels Owner/Skipper - Norman Angus Macdonald (Puss) 14 Kirkibost 14020
North Star Boat - North StarReg. 1874 No. SY 164924ft keel2 masts and lug sail8 ton 8 man crewLine fishing Owner/skipper John Gillies ('an Ghiollais), Bosta Reg. closed 1875 39607
Novar Boat - NovarReg. 1889 No. SY 66332 keel2 masts, 4 sails,jigger and jib10 ton 7 man crewLine fishing Owner - Malcolm Macdonald (Calum Ruadh), Thule, TobsonSkipper - Murdo Mackenzie (Murchadh Piobair), Tobson Reg. closed... 39792
Ocean Queen The Ocean Queen was owned and skippered by John Morrison. She was a 2 ton boat with a keel length of 14ft, 1 mast and lug sail, fished with lines and nets and crewed by 4 men. 22094
Ocean Queen Boat - Ocean QueenReg. 1869 No. SY 90615ft keelMast and lug sail2 ton4 man crewLine fishing Owner/skipper - Malcolm Macdonald (Calum Aonghais)Reg closed 29-04-1873. Boat old and useless, unfit for fishing. 39834
Ocean's Bride Ocean's Bride was owned by Malcolm Macdonald and skippered by Malcolm Macdonald. She was a 1.5 ton boat with a keel length of 14ft, had 4 oars and used lines and nets for fishing. Crewed by 4 men. 22057
Oracle The Oracle was a Royal Navy anti-submarine yacht used in the Second World War. It was destroyed by fire off Birkenhead, England, on January 29, 1944. 20299
Orion Boat - OrionReg. 1871 No. SY 138916ft keelMast, lug sail and oars2 ton6 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner - Kenneth Smith, fish curer, StornowaySkipper - John Mackenzie (Iain Thormoid), Croir Reg. Closed 1878 39644
Osprey Boat - OspreyNo. - Sy 927 14ftMast and Lug sail2 Ton4 Man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/Skipper - Donald Smith( Domhnall an Gobha) Earshader Reg. Closed February 1872 3428
Ottowa Boat - OttowaReg. 1901 No. SY 23816ft keelMast and lug sail - decked3.5 ton 3 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/Skipper - John Maciver (Iain 'an Rhuaidh), TobsonTransferred 1911 to Angus Macdonald (Snaggan),... 39794
Ottowa Boat - OttowaReg. 1869 No. SY 89925 ft keel2 masts and sail8 ton8 man crewLine fishing Skipper - John Maciver ('an Ruadh) Tobson 39796
PS Clansman The PS Clansman was a paddle steamer purchased by David Hutcheson & Co in 1855 and used to transport tourists around the Hebrides. It was built on the Clyde by J & G Thomson Ltd. 46089
Pabbay Boat - PabbayRegistered 1904 No. Sy 52227.5ft Keel2 Masts, Foresail, Jigger and Jib12 Ton7 man crewLine fishing Owner - Murdo Morrison, BragarSkipper - Malcolm SmithSold in 1906 to Neil Maclennan (Niall Alastair) 10... 13885
Paeony Boat - PaeonyReg. 1946 No. SY 56812ft keel0.97 ton 1 man crewCreel fishing Owner/Skipper - John Maciver (Iain Thormoid Bhig), 2 CroirTransferred 1973 to son Norman Reg. closed 39646
Pansy This boat which was built in Orkney was large enough at 18 feet to sail to Stornoway on a regular basis. She was also used to ferry people across the water to church in Kinloch on Sundays. 51927
Peace and Plenty The Peace and Plenty was a ship that carried 59 emigrants from Lochbroom to the mainland in November of 1774. It's captain Charles Mackenzie had aboard one of the most famous emigrants of all: Alexander Mackenzie of... 111649
Peggy Boat - PeggyNo. - Sy 928 15.5ft KeelMast and Lug sail3 Ton4 Man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/Skipper - Murdo Smith (Murchadh Mhoireach) Earshader Reg. Closed 1872 3423
Peggy Boat - Peggyreg. 1869 No. SY 90415.5ft keelMast and lug sail2 ton4 man crewLine fishing and creels Owner/skipper Norman Macdonald (Tormod og), Breaclete 37860
Peggy The Peggy SY680 was owned and skippered by Peter Macritchie out of Aird Uig. One mast and lugsail; fishing lines. 1.5 tons, 14' keel, crew of four. 37952
Peggy (Balallan) The Peggy was owned by Donald Mackinnon and skippered by Donald Mackinnon. She was a 1 ton boat with a keel length of 14ft and fished using lines and nets and 2 oars, crewed by 4 men. 22061
Peggy Ann The Peggy Ann was owned and skippered by Donald Mackinnon. She was a 2.5 ton boat with a keel length of 15ft, 1 mast and 1 lug sail, fished using lines and nets and crewed by 4 men. 22081
Perseverance Boat - PerseveranceRegistered 1949 No. Sy 23925.6ft KeelSail and auxiliary motor4.45 Ton3 Man crewLine fishing and creels Owner - Crofter's Supply Agency, EdinburghSkipper - Murdo Morrison, 4 Kirkibost Reg. Transferred... Yes 13810
Pilot The Pilot was owned by Colin Mackenzie and skippered by Colin Mackenzie. She was an 11 ton boat with a keel length of 34ft, 2 masts and lug sails and fished using drift nets, crewed by 5 men. 22052
Pilot The Pilot SY866 was owned and skippered by Murdo Macleod out of Geshader. One mast and lugsail; lines and nets. One ton, 14' keel; crew of four. 37987
Pioneer Pioneer SY252 was owned by Kenneth Smith (Stornoway) and skippered by Donald Macaulay out of Islivig in Uig. Two masts and lugs; lines and nets. 8 tons, 23' keel, crew of eight. 37929

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