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Shetland’s traditional tall ship Swan, LK243, is scheduled to arrive in the Western Isles this week, for a month of youth sail training and public trips around the isles. The sail training taster days will highlight opportunities for taking part in The Tall Ships Races which is returning to Scotland in 2023. While the seven- and nine-night public trips, leaving from Ullapool and Stornoway, will explore the Western Isles, including St Kilda.

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Classic sailing vessel the Swan, LK243, is to visit Orkney in May 2022 to offer sail training days for young islanders, and a day trip for the public, exploring the coasts around Kirkwall.

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