News from Glenetive
Harmony of the Seas, which sets sail on its maiden voyage next month, is a whopping 1,200ft long and even has room on board for a real park with a merry-go-round. But bigger does not have to mean better. Glen Etive, the latest addition to the Majestic ...
The Majestic Line's MV Glen Etive made a two-hour stop at Rothesay pier on her maiden voyage from her owners' HQ in the Holy Loch to Oban, from where she'll offer six-night and ten-night cruises to a variety of locations in the Inner and Outer Hebrides ...
Bute-built cruise ship to go on show to the public in Rothesay. Ewan Ferguson (centre) of Ardmaleish Boatbuilding Company with Andy Thoms (right) and Ken Grant (left) of The Majestic Line at MV Glen Etive's naming ceremony on April 5. Craig Borland ...
In pouring a dram [below] for the new Glen Etive as she named her, Barbara Rafferty spoke of that launch event from her own childhood, remembering the cheers of the men at the yard, throwing their caps in the air – and promptly threw her own skywards, ...
This stag was so into mints that he just went ahead and nicked some from two unsuspecting strangers. Bucking (…sorry) his species' reputation for being timid, the deer trotted over to Paul Masterton and Shaun Devenney and made a cheeky grab for their ...
The Glen Etive is being built by the Ardmaleish Boatbuilding Company in Port Bannatyne for the Majestic Line, the Sandbank-based small boat cruising company whose existing vessels, Glen Tarsan and Glen Massan, are familiar sights in Rothesay Bay.
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