built in 1964 after drawings by James Mc Gruer at the shipyard of James Adam & Sons
in Southwest Scotland on the river Clyde; that type of boat was used in the late
19. century for fishing for herring.
until the 1990s she sailed at the Scottish and English coast;
after a damage in the Guld of Morbihan, FRA she was abandoned to her fate.
rediscovered by Benoît Cayla and Cyrille Hébert, who started an exhaustive repair
and restoration, since about 2009 she is homeported in Douarnenez, FRA.
named "Rose of Argyll" after a coastal area in Scotland.