Orkney Life - then and now.
Sea-Kayaking Adventures. In this classic account of sea-kayaking adventures, Robin Lloyd-Jones recalls many a memorable expedition to wild and beautiful shores, from Scotland's magnificent west coast and Hebrides to the northern island groups of Orkney and Shetland. By Robin Lloyd-Jones. Paperback.
Wishing to leave behind the quiet isolation of her Orkney island life, Amy Liptrot books a one-way flight to Berlin. Searching for new experiences, inspiration and love. By Amy Liptrot, bestselling author of The Outrun and winner of the Wainwright Prize. Hardback.
Marc's fascination of Icelandic football continues. His travels have taken him to some of the most secluded clubs that exist on the very periphery of the beautiful game. This book is a pictorial celebration with over 125 photographs that capture the essence of Icelandic football. By Marc Boal. Paperback.
We at Shapinsay Kirk believe that our island is an ideal place for quiet contemplation and meditation - perfect for recharging your batteries. We wanted to offer you a selection of routes (walking, running, cycling, driving, swimming, singing, or paddling!) to facilitate such a quiet time and help you get to know our island better. A wellbeing initiative...
This book is a celebration of the Orkney Yole. It has been compiled by members of the OYA and contains both contemporary and historical photographs of the various types of yole that have been sailed over the years. There are also chapters explaining the history, evolution and construction, together with first hand reminiscences from sailors of these...
From the dramatic turquoise bays of Orkney to the peaty lochs of the Cairngorns, the thundering waterfalls of Skye to the calm depths of a reservoir in the Pentlands. Locals who know the secrets of their patch share over 100 spectacular dookin' spots across Scotland. Hardback.
Ranging across three centuries and much of the world, Farstraers takes us on a journey into the lives of the Orcadians who found themselves at a distance from, or out of step with, the archipelago they called home. By Jocelyn Rendall. Paperback.