Maid of Islay is a 1939 Robert Clark Inverie Class Bermudan sloop. She was built in Fife by James Miller and Son alongside her sister ship Invertiel.
She fell into disrepair sometime in the late 50s and the current owner/skipper, John Andrew rebuilt her in the early 2000s.
She was a common sight in the Carrick Roads, enjoying moderate success in club racing. Eventually however, racing took its toll and she now enters classic regattas with other ladies of a sensible age.
She displaces 7 tons and her length on deck is 32.9m. She is mahogany on oak frames.