Hopefully it will look like that on the 25th.
We were at Tighnabruich last Saturday. The Waverley was in, and on departing swung 45 degrees to the pier. At that moment, a gentleman from Glasgow, slightly worse for ware, who had been late for his departure decided he could beat olympic athletes, and proceeded to try and make the 30m jump to the vessel.
We observed this from about 400m away, and watched as he plunged between the pier, and the paddles! Drove in straight away, and fished him out. He got to the lifeboat station, and the wee lady nearly had a fit in the shop, when we presented this guy, looking for a towel and a seat!
Brings new meaning to 'doon the water'.
Where did you get the photo of the big rib? I think It's called an ARRC, built specially for BP, for rescue duties, carrying full time paramedics and other stuff.