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Section 7, Duart Point shipwreck. On-line Digital Images DP 151188 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Section 7, Duart Point shipwreck. Item Level
Diagrammatic reconstruction of the mast-step and pump-well assembly, Duart Point shipwreck.	On-line Digital Images DP 151189 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Diagrammatic reconstruction of the mast-step and pump-well assembly, Duart Point shipwreck. Item Level
Sketch of the eroded forwardmost surviving structure excavated beneath the ballast mound. (Graham Scott) On-line Digital Images DP 151190 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Sketch of the eroded forwardmost surviving structure excavated beneath the ballast mound. (Graham Scott) Item Level
Tentative reconstruction of the Duart Point ship's lines, based on the available archaeological and other evidence. Scale in feet to accord with contemporary sources. On-line Digital Images DP 151191 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Tentative reconstruction of the Duart Point ship's lines, based on the available archaeological and other evidence. Scale in feet to accord with contemporary sources. Item Level
Tentative reconstruction os the Duart Point ship's profiles and internal arrangements based on 	the available archaeological and other evidence. Scale in feet to accord with contemporary sources. On-line Digital Images DP 151192 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Tentative reconstruction os the Duart Point ship's profiles and internal arrangements based on the available archaeological and other evidence. Scale in feet to accord with contemporary sources. Item Level
Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking west across Duart Bay at low tide. The wreck lies on the near side of the furthest point on the right. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173094 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking west across Duart Bay at low tide. The wreck lies on the near side of the furthest point on the right. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south-west across Duart Bay at low tide. The wreck lies on the near side of the furthest point on the right. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173095 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south-west across Duart Bay at low tide. The wreck lies on the near side of the furthest point on the right. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking west across Duart Bay at low tide. The wreck lies just off the point beyond the castle. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173096 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking west across Duart Bay at low tide. The wreck lies just off the point beyond the castle. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking west across Duart Bay at low tide. The wreck lies just off the point beyond the castle. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173097 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking west across Duart Bay at low tide. The wreck lies just off the point beyond the castle. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south. The wreck lies just to the left of the point. On-line Digital Images DP 173098 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south. The wreck lies just to the left of the point. Item Level
Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south-east. The wreck lies just to the left of the point, its location indicated by the left-hand path to the rocks. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173099 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south-east. The wreck lies just to the left of the point, its location indicated by the left-hand path to the rocks. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking north. The wreck lies just to the right of the point beyond the castle. The small sandy inlet on the far left of the picture is called Port na Birlinn—the castle’s galley harbour. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173100 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking north. The wreck lies just to the right of the point beyond the castle. The small sandy inlet on the far left of the picture is called Port na Birlinn—the castle’s galley harbour. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Near-vertical aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point. The wreck lies close inshore, its position indicated by the track extending to the right, which was built to facilitate access to the working base on the rocks. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173101 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Near-vertical aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point. The wreck lies close inshore, its position indicated by the track extending to the right, which was built to facilitate access to the working base on the rocks. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Near-vertical aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point. The wreck lies close inshore, its position indicated by the track extending to the right, which was built to facilitate access to the working base on the rocks. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173102 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Near-vertical aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point. The wreck lies close inshore, its position indicated by the track extending to the right, which was built to facilitate access to the working base on the rocks. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south. The wreck lies to the left of the Point’s furthest extent. The small sandy inlet towards the right is called Port na Birlinn—the castle’s galley harbour. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173103 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south. The wreck lies to the left of the Point’s furthest extent. The small sandy inlet towards the right is called Port na Birlinn—the castle’s galley harbour. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south. The wreck lies to the left of the Point’s furthest extent. The small sandy inlet towards the right is called Port na Birlinn—the castle’s galley harbour. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173104 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Aerial photograph of Duart Castle and Point looking south. The wreck lies to the left of the Point’s furthest extent. The small sandy inlet towards the right is called Port na Birlinn—the castle’s galley harbour. (Colin Martin) Item Level
From its headland, Duart Castle dominates the south-east entrance to the Sound of Mull. The bay beyond provides shelter from most wind directions, but not from the north-west. It can therefore only be usd as a temporary anchorage. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173105 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin From its headland, Duart Castle dominates the south-east entrance to the Sound of Mull. The bay beyond provides shelter from most wind directions, but not from the north-west. It can therefore only be usd as a temporary anchorage. (Colin Martin) Item Level
Antony Firth of the ADU keeping a dive log off Duart Point aboard the unit’s vessel Xanadu during a visit to the site in 1992.(Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173106 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Antony Firth of the ADU keeping a dive log off Duart Point aboard the unit’s vessel Xanadu during a visit to the site in 1992.(Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
Antony Firth of the Archaeological Diving Unit communicates with a diving archaeologist off Duart Point aboard the unit’s vessel Xanadu during their visit to the site in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173107 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Antony Firth of the Archaeological Diving Unit communicates with a diving archaeologist off Duart Point aboard the unit’s vessel Xanadu during their visit to the site in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
The ADU’s vessel Xanadu off Duart Point to assess the wreck on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173108 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The ADU’s vessel Xanadu off Duart Point to assess the wreck on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
The ADU’s vessel Xanadu off Duart Point to assess the wreck on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173109 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The ADU’s vessel Xanadu off Duart Point to assess the wreck on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
The ADU’s vessel Xanadu off Duart Point to assess the wreck on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173110 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The ADU’s vessel Xanadu off Duart Point to assess the wreck on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
The ADU’s vessel Xanadu off Duart Point to assess the wreck on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173111 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The ADU’s vessel Xanadu off Duart Point to assess the wreck on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
Antony Firth assists Ian Oxley back on board after a dive to assess the historic shipwreck off Duart Point on behalf of Historic Scotland. The assessment was carried out by the ADU, based at St Andrews University. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173112 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Antony Firth assists Ian Oxley back on board after a dive to assess the historic shipwreck off Duart Point on behalf of Historic Scotland. The assessment was carried out by the ADU, based at St Andrews University. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level