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Welcome to Clydeside Traditional Boat Builders Home About Us Boy Peter Latest News Flower Of Caithness Contact Photos Clydeside Traditional Boatbuilders is one of the few remaining yards in Scotland to create wooden boats in the time-honoured fashion. The company, a non-profit organisation, is headed by expert boat builder Peter Matheson and offers local men and women an opportunity to learn one of the world's oldest crafts. Despite passing on his expertise to hundreds of volunteers and apprentices, his part in the group's success is often overlooked. In 2005, the Gal Gael moved to new premises in Fairlie Street, but Peter and the team have remained at the yard where they continue to do their extraordinary work. As the Govan Press exclusively revealed in November, the firm, headed by expert boat builder Peter Matheson (above), is making waves in the community by offering local men and women an opportunity to learn one of the world's oldest crafts. And it is among the few remaining yards in Scotland to create wooden boats in the time-honoured fashion. But Peter admitted the boats could not have been built without the help of yard manager Jimmy Stringfellow. He said: "If people like Jimmy didn't help, I wouldn't be able to continue. "We are looking to build another 50-foot vessel and take all the boats and run corporate charter cruises down the Clyde. "This will allow us to give the disabled and the local members of the community who can't afford to go sailing a chance to do so. "The Boy Peter is specially designed for disabled people. But all the work we do is to help the local community." The Flower of Caithness was built in 1997. Much of the boat was damaged by vandals. He said: "There is quite a bit to be done. A lot of stuff was stolen off the boat, like the floorboards and even the kitchen sink. "If anybody wants to help with the refurbishments, we will provide a week's sailing for a fortnight's work. Normally a one-week trip would cost £600." For over 20 years Peter ran a yard in Caithness. From there he set up his Boat in a Box business and was invited to Govan by Jimmy Stringfellow, and the late Colin McLeod of the Gal Gael Trust. Despite passing on his expertise to hundreds of volunteers and apprentices, his part in the group's success is often overlooked. In 2005, the Gal Gael moved to new premises in Fairlie Street, but Peter and the team have remained at the yard where they continue to do their work.

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