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Isle of Mull Oban Drumnadrochit Dochgarroch Inverness a place of respite for the seriously ill and their families Annemarie’s Ship The Ship

Annemarie’s Ship - 38m max length, 8m max width, 2.4m draught

Annemarie’s Ship will be fully disabled-friendly, incorporating a full width stern transform scissor lift to cope with a wide range of jetty/pontoon heights.

Within the ship there will be an internal lift to allow access to all decks, and the design will allow for easy movement around the ship.

There will be six twin guest cabins, of which two will be fully disabled-friendly to cope with wheelchair patients. All cabins will be fitted with grab rails to aid movement and all en suites will be disabled-friendly.

The main deck will have a large lounge for socialising, but it is also intended to provide four more rooms to incorporate a library/writing room, craft room, electronic games room, and a quiet room for those sensitive moments. All will be well soundproofed.

The galley/dining area will be a focal point for all to meet up and chat over meals and keep the chef company!

The upper deck will house the bridge/sun lounge and sun deck. The bridge will be accessible to all so that guests can feel part of the operation of the ship.

Annemarie’s Ship will carry various outdoor activity items from canoes to bikes to mobility scooters for those less able guests who want to enjoy the beautiful highlands on a walk with their partners/family.

The professional crew will all be experienced in their respected fields to help make the holiday as pleasurable an experience as possible.

Annemarie’s Ship will be fully disabled-friendly “

Busy lock at Dochgaroch

Annemarie’s Ship proposed design by J D Wood (UK) Ltd, Tain