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Wednesday, 24 July 2013
St Hilda is a traditional beamy, 54ft wooden (larch on oak) ketch.
She was built in 1973 in the St Monans family boatyard in Fife, specifically for sail training with a crew of 14. She is one of the smallest of the “Tall Ships” and has competed in several Tall Ship races.
She operates from the Holy Loch offering sailing hollidays in the west of Scotland.