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Tobermory Island Mug
Tobermory Island Mug
This lovely white ceramic Tobermory Island mug holds eleven ounces of your favorite coffee or tea and is dishwasher and microwave safe. The beautiful lake artwork placed on the side of the coffee mug is a unique representation of the Tobermory Island down to the finest detail. Perfect as a gift for family members and friends, the Tobermory Island mug also makes a wonderful lake art souvenir or memento to keep for yourself. Or, order an entire set to have on hand for the whole family to use at the beach or in your Tobermory Island home or vacation cabin.

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Tobermory (Scottish Gaelic: Tobar Mhoire) is the capital of the Isle of Mull in the Inner Hebrides. A population of approximately 700. Tobermory was founded as a fishing port in 1788, its layout is based on the designs of Dumfriesshire engineer Thomas Telford.
Tobermory, Ontario and Flowerpot Island, 2010

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The Terror of Tobermory: Vice Admiral Sir Gilbert Stephenson KBE, CB, CMG
Without any preliminaries, he flung his gold-braided cap on the deck and said abruptly to the Quartermaster - 'That is a small unexploded bomb, dropped by an enemy plane. What are you going to do about it!!?' The sailor ...promptly took a step forward and kicked the cap into the sea ...the Commodore warmly commended the lad for his presence of mind, and then, pointing to the submerged cap, said: ' That's a man overboard! Jump in and save him!' This was the legend of 'Puggy' Stephenson, Vice-Admiral and Commodore of the Western Isles, best known simply as 'The Terror of Tobermory'. But Puggy was a terror for a purpose. Tobermory and the Western Isles were a theatre in the Battle of the Atlantic and Gilbert Stephenson knew well the responsibility he faced in training up raw and inexperienced crews into a trained and effective ship's company. His methods were directly responsible for the sinking of over 130 U-boats and the shooting down of 40 enemy aircraft. Behind his ferocity lay a marvellous sense of humour and a deep humanity. 'Terror' he may have been but he was loved and respected by all who met him. Even today he remains a legend. This is the story of his life.