By Gregg Adams
The magnificent tall ship ‘Lord Nelson’ sailed into Stornoway Harbour on Saturday to rendezvous with Western Isles guides who were given a tour of the ship.
The group of guides, who were treated to this special tour as part of their centenary celebrations, were invited to board at Pier One where the shipped had docked. On board were introduced to part of the ship’s routine
“Jubilee Sailing Trust”
The Lord Nelson in one of two tall ships – the other is the ‘Tenacious’ – operated by the Jubilee Sailing Trust (JST) which have adapted both craft to enable people of all physical abilities to sail side-by-side as equals.
More than 36,000 people have sailed with the JST and experienced life aboard these special vessels from. To find out more about the Jubilee Sailing Trust, its work and the voyages planned in 2010 log on to: http://www.jst.org.uk
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