The landing platform on the ship was literally going up and down six feet - 3 feet below water and then 3 feet above. You had to time your jump just right!
The last stop was St. Andrews to see the ruined cathedral and castle. I'll end with the initials of George Wishart etched into the pavement outside the castle where he was burned at the stake in 1546. An early Protestant Reformer, in the days of Mary Queen of Scots, he was a huge influence on the Scottish Reformation.
And here's a quizz.
The most popular tourist site in St. Andrews we were told,
what do you think this is?