A toy pirate ship launched by two young brothers in Aberdeenshire has sailed the high seas to Scandinavia.
Ollie Ferguson, eight, and Harry, five, from Turriff, first launched their Playmobil ship from Peterhead at the end of May.
It sailed hundreds of miles to Denmark, where a family sent it on its way. It then made it to Sweden and Norway.
The boys launched the pirate ship as part of a bucket list of adventures they have put together.
The ship, named Adventure, needed some adaptations before it was ready to tackle the North Sea.
A counterweight was added to help it stay upright and it was filled it with polystyrene to help it stay afloat.
After trials in a swimming pool, they took it to the coast and launched it into the waves.
It carries a message asking anyone who finds the boat to launch Adventure back into the sea.
Their father, MacNeill Ferguson, said: “Everyone that …
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