12th century shipyard found on Skye

Boat timbers dating to 1100 have been discovered at Loch na h-Ă€irde, Scotland, leading experts to believe that the loch was "almost certainly the focus of crucial maritime work, whether boat building, repair and maintenance or as an inland harbour."

The timbers were found near a man-made stone quay, used to hold water in the loch, and were of a size to have belonged to a coastal vessel.