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Northern Lighthouse Board requires the supply, manufacture, testing, commissioning, trial erection off-site and delivery to NLB Oban Depot, Gallanach Road, Oban, Argyll PA34 4LS of 2 replacement stainless steel Minor Light Structures for the unlit beacons at Sgeir Golach, and Bogha Dubh Sgeir, with an option of 2 further structures for Sgeir Ghobhlach and Sgeir Thraid, Rsay.
Anne, patron of the Northern Lighthouse Board, also launched her bid to "bag" all 215 of Scotland's lighthouses on the vessel.
Roger Lockwood, chief executive of the Northern Lighthouse Board, thinks it is highly unlikely, even among his maintenance staff who visit the remotest lights every year to keep them shining.
Robert Stevenson (1772-1850) was the first engineer of the Northern Lighthouse Board and was responsible for constructing 23 Scottish lighthouses.
Coast Guard, the UK's Northern Lighthouse Board, Germany's Waterways and Shipping Administration, and the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) on January 20 and January 21, 2010, off the coast of Hawaii.
However, she added: "If the purchasers approached Northern Lighthouse Board they may sell them as well, because the lighthouse has now been decommissioned.
The light, built in 1901, is owned by the Northern Lighthouse Board But anyone buying the Terrys' four-bedroomed cottage can breathe a sigh of relief because the board will not require them to maintain the tower.
A spokeswoman for the Northern Lighthouse Board said the faults had been fixed after a full probe.