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2008 website now in operation - click HERE

Sail Hebrides, 14-19 July 08, Stornoway Harbour
For details see www.sailhebrides.info
A selection of Kathy Mansfield's 2007 photos - click HERE
The folk band Haggerdash confirmed for 2008 - click HERE
Helge Arildsoe will be back with his Norwegian shantys in 2008 - click HERE
Version 2 of the Portsoy Salmon House Business Plan - click HERE
Vote to support our "Ballads and Bairns" project - click HERE
Rapparees romping return - click HERE
Bruce Edelsten's photoreport - click HERE
Stewart Argo's photoreport with notes - click HERE
2007 photoreport website begins - click HERE
Bodies of Banff photoreport - 792 photos - INDEX - click HERE
Follow the Herring XII and Road Run Results (and photos) - click HERE
Bairn's Ballads - the words - click HERE

What's new after the 2007 Festival?

Detailed timetable of events - click HERE
Pawson's rope tricks - click HERE
The deepest dredge in years - click HERE
The delectable Arbroath Smokies are back - click HERE
Gypsy Jewels Dance troupe to be performing - click HERE
Sponsors and supporters update - click HERE
A mouthwatering Food Fair update - click HERE
A bird's eye view with Sky Watch - click HERE
Boats registered for the Festival at 1 June 2007 - click HERE
Cookery demos with a doubly local flavour - click HERE
For the demonstrator cornucopia - click HERE
The line up at adventure land around Loch Soy - click HERE
Molly Muddle and the sticky kids show - a must for 2-6 year olds - click HERE
The Festival opens a window on the art world - click HERE
2007 Friday Night Showcase Concert with Old Blind Dogs - click HERE
Get your tickets online - Book this event online
Photos of the formidable flotilla vessels - click HERE
Portsoy Salmon House Restoration to go ahead - click HERE
Follow the Herring XII Entry forms - doc or pdf format - click HERE
Follow the Herring XII (Poster for runs) - click HERE
2007 poster and flyer available for download - click HERE
Isla St Clair and friends at the Wally Green on Sunday afternoon - click HERE
Find out what's on around the home of the Festival.

For Festival tide times and heights - click HERE
The Festival Magazine Boathook now available online - click HERE
Page of useful links added - click HERE

All proceeds from the festival and related events go towards
The Scottish Traditional Boat Festival -
Registered Charity number SC037542