“I regard this as a once in a generation opportunity, a transformational project that would deliver a major boost for our local economy – creating jobs and business opportunities throughout our islands.” James Stockan, Leader OIC
Eighty nine crew were aboard HMS Pheasant when she was lost on 1st of March 1917.
The winner of the Volunteer Reserve Category is Exercise Northern SCAPA TARTAN.
We got another rig in the Flow on Sunday. Pic taken in failing light with its support vessels still hovering nearby.
Discussions are at an early stage in Orkney to create an ‘Innovation FREEPORT’. What is this? and what would it actually mean?
“It’s not a dance, or a fiddle tune – it’s a walk along the shore from St. Mary’s, Holm “
It took Paul Tyler over 600 hours of meticulous intricate work to craft his amazing model of HMS Royal Oak.
As we approach the 80th Anniversary of the sinking of HMS Royal Oak, we visited The Orkney Museum’s exhibit of remembrance.
A turf cutting ceremony has taken place at Lyness, marking the start of work to restore and improve the Scapa Flow Museum.
The ‘Scapa Flow Aquaculture Water Quality Impact Modelling Assessment’ has been designed to improve understanding of the water quality impacts arising from existing and proposed fish farms in Scapa Flow.