Boat trips will be running on the Tay later this month, offering an insight into the engineering behind Dundee landmarks.
The event is being organised and run by members of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) as part of its 200th anniversary celebrations.
The trips on Saturday and Sunday July 28 and 29 will enable people to get up close to the new V&A museum, Broughty Ferry Castle, Telford Docks, the road and rail bridges and the Pile Lighthouse.
A spokesman said: “The hour-long trips will be a wonderful family day out on Rib Roy, a rigid inflatable boat, or the Terra Nova, a cruiser with a cabin, both of which will depart from Newport.
“We hope the trip will inspire the next generation of civil engineers and showcase the invisible superheroes on whom our quality of life depends.
“There will be invisible superheroes goodies to give away for budding engineers.”
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