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The RRS Discovery Antarctica Exploration Vessel [04:22]
Come along with me on a tour of the Royal Research Ship, Discovery. This vessel was constructed specifically for Antarctica exploration. This vessel carried ...
Trailer: In Search of Scottish Identity [02:37]
Vagabrothers Alex and Mark head off into Scotland in search of the Scottish Identity. As they travel across the country they ask the people they meet what it means to be Scottish as they examine the country's unique history and end up in some unexpected places where they make new friends, surf new waves, dodge fire balls and party with rock stars.
Stroma Swelkie tidal wave [02:17]
An outtake from our next feature film showing the tidal rip that occurs on the north end of Stroma Island in the Pentland Firth between mainland Scotland and the Orkney Islands. Stroma is essentially uninhabited but the owner is on the island most days to tend to sheep. The island is part of Caithness which is the northmost mainland county of Scotland. The rip tides are caused by the force of tidal movement between the North sea and the Atlantic Ocean and the area is a very dangerous seaway. The current is so strong that the seabed of the firth is swept clean- have a search for "Pentland Firth seabed survey" video on youtube.
Bagpipes Christmas Lights Royal Research Ship Discovery Dundee Scotland [00:42]
Tour Scotland video of Christmas Lights and bagpipes in the background at The Royal Research Ship Discovery at Discovery Point, on visit to Dundee, Scotland. Scottish Piper, Steven Dewar from Kirkcaldy, Fife, happened to be playing as I shot this.
Christmas Lights Royal Research Ship Discovery Dundee Scotland [00:46]
Tour Scotland video of Christmas Lights on The Royal Research Ship Discovery at Discovery Point, on visit to Dundee, Scotland. The RRS Discovery was the last wooden three-masted ship to be built in Britain. Designed for Antarctic research, she was launched in 1901. Her first mission was the British National Antarctic Expedition, carrying Robert Falcon Scott and Ernest Shackleton on their first, successful journey to the Antarctic, known as the Discovery Expedition.