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ABOUT THE IMAGE
Following an overgrown path beside the ruins of Invergarry Castle down to Castle Bay, Loch Oich, we found this abandoned ship - the Eala Bhan ("White Swan"). The 50-ton traditional herring trawler was built in Peterhead in 1961 and fished the seas around the Outer Hebrides for over 30 years before being converted to a passenger boat sailing the Caledonian Canal (of which Lock Oich is the highest part). After the conversion she had 6 cabins, 2 heads/showers, a galley, a bar, library and central heating throughout, and received nothing but praise from passengers for the skipper and crew. Unfortunately she was damaged by a storm around 2007/2008 and abandoned to the elements.