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RMAS Salmoor, A185, Loch Goil

A185 and friend in Loch Goil in 2003. Salmoor was built by Hall Russell in 1985 and is purpose built for maintaining moorings and Buoys. Loch Goil has a designated 'Z-Berth' which means it is approved for mooring Nuclear Submarines. Loch Goil is also the home of a listening range where RN vessels are checked for their noise signiature. Map location.

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