INVERNESS, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 23: Father and son Jimmy and Dan Clark, stand on the Scott Two at the Caledonian Canal on February 23, 2011 in Fort Augustus in Scotland. The vessel was originally used... more 
INVERNESS, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 23: Father and son Jimmy and Dan Clark, stand on the Scott Two at the Caledonian Canal on February 23, 2011 in Fort Augustus in Scotland. The vessel was originally used as an icebreaker on the canal and latterly as a pleasure cruiser on Loch Ness, before falling into disrepair on Bute. Built in 1931 in Leith, the save the Scott Two group need to raise around '375,000 to restore the 80 year old historic vessel back to its former glory. The restoration is scheduled to begin in April being carried out by skilled shipbuilders and apprentices volunteering their services at Babcock engineering company in Rosyth.. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) less 
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