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Overseeing the Lochranza Gala Week this year was King Neptune, Raymond Jeffrey, and Sea Queen, Jessica Kerr.

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Saturday July 28, 2001

The Second Snark, a passenger cruiser operated by Clyde Marine Cruises, is the first passenger cruiser in almost a decade to call at Lochranza Pier since the old pier was demolished. The small vessel sailed in on the tide and spent a few hours at the port. 01_B31ABtya01

John MacDonald, of Arran Pipe Band, has recently taken up a position near the Brodick pier where he plays the pipes and serenades visitors as they arrive on Arran. 01_B31ABtya02


Children enjoy the Viking themed Celtic art workshop during Arran’s fifth Feis Arainn. 01_B31ABtya03

Overseeing the Lochranza Gala Week this year was King Neptune, Raymond Jeffrey, and Sea Queen, Jessica Kerr. 01_B31ABtya04

Whiting Bay Open winner, Graeme Mack with scratch winner, Craig Young, captain John Dick and two of the main sponsors, Douglas Rae of The Golden Casket and Bob Fisher of the Lochranza Distillery. 01_B31ABtya05

Lamlash Open winner, Sandy Taylor with scratch winner Donna Jackson and the silver and bronze division winners. 01_B31ABtya06