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A Community Boat Service operated by the Taymara Charity

Places you might go and things you might see on our passenger carrying trips on the River Tay in the 25 miles between Dunes of Barry Buddon and the centre of Perth

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Marigot

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Badger and Marigot on a dolphin watching trip

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Marigot leaving her berth at the old Fifie terminal in Newport and heading for Broughty Ferry harbour to begin her trips for the day

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Awaiting her first passengers

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Badger at Broughty Harbour

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Passing Scotcraig Lighthouse opposite Broughty Ferry on the Fife shore

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Rail Bridge

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The Rail Bridge has a strong presence and unlike its predecessor it is a fine bit of engineering which can be especially appreciated close up, as seen from the water.

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Badger points his nose at Perth

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Marigot approaching Newburgh

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Mugdrum Island forms the “far shore”... Marigot on her way to Perth with a full boatload of passengers

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Near Perth

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We don’t tie up in Perth Harbour but we do go in for a look, turn around and then proceed further on up to the Sand Quay. The Sand Quay is as far as we can go into Perth

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Kinnoull Hill

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Near Elcho Castle

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Near the mouth of the Earn where Ospreys can often be seen fishing.

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Near Balmarino

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Badger showing his speed off Wormit

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Taymara is a charity run entirely by volunteers on a not for profit basis for the benefit of the local community.

We aim to provide a community boat service and maritime experience through sightseeing and dolphin watching trips which allow great opportunities to see the river and its wildlife as it should be seen - from the water!

In addition, we aim to provide sea training for individuals and vulnerable groups who might normally be excluded from this experience.
We also work closely with organisations who provide recovery and rehabilitation programmes which encompass drug and alchohol abuse.

(Taymara is registered in Scotland, Charity number SC039319. Company number SC334650)

Thanks to all our sponsors and all those who have supported us  - 

Mr Clive McKeag, The DC Thomson Charitable Trust, The St. Katherines Trust, The Mathew Trust, The Tay Charitable Trust, The Alexander Moncur Trust, The Robertson Trust, Forth Ports and the Port of Dundee, The Apex Hotel, Dundee City Council, David Winch and Gareth Norman of Secureforce Controlled Environments

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Images and web design are protected by copyright - Ken Bushe, webmaster   (e-mail)

See Also - www.taymara.org   

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