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Some general views of ships, tugs and cranes in Glasgow’s Princes Dock in the early 1970s. (clip) 
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Title: LAUNCHING OF JACOBITE LADY,the
Reference number: 3125
Running time: 22.30 mins
Description: The launch of the pleasure boat 'Jacobite Lady' on the Clyde and the preparations leading up to the launch. [rushes]
Shotlist: The launch bottle is given to ship owner to tie to the boat (0.36) Shot of the launch party in their finery (0.49) A boat sails out from the docks (1.05) C/u of banner on boat which reads "Jacobite Cruises " (1.12) various journalists and tv crews (1.37) Preparing for the launch (2.28) The dignitary performing launch ceremony gives a photocall for the press (2.50) shot of piper (3.31) The ship is launched and the dignitary receives flowers (4.02) she pretends to re-do the launch for the camera (4.21) Crowds watch on as she and then the other guests file onto the boat (5.40) Everyone on the boat (5.59) A speech is made (7.12) Sandwiches are laid out (7.29) Gvs ships in the docks (8.53) Trawler coming into the dock (9.45) Construction work being carried out on the boat (11.37) The flag is put up (12.28) Tidying and decorating the ship (13.45) C/u of hull and name then zoom out to a l/s of boat then returns to name (14.34) Still tidying and decorating (16.41) The boat sitting in the harbour; Glasgow University in the background (17.33) Finishing touches (18.40) C/u of the "Jacobite Cruises" banner as the boat sails across the dock (19.41) It docks (20.32) Trims of previous material (22.30)
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