Built in Mallaig in 1954, Wave has been the mainstay of the Island's transport system since its launch.
2The New Pier
The New Pier was built in 2005, and like all of the Small Isles, was funded by EU money.
3The Craft Shop and Restaurant
The little stone built craftshop is the main venue for tourists on Muck.
4Lawrence’s Red Tractor
Lawrence's ubiquitous red tractor is often seen at the pier where it helps transporting luggage and goods throughout the island.
All singing all dancing state of the arts building offering full board to shooring parties in winter and licensed meals to visitors in the summer.
6A' Chill's Ancient Cross
Early Christian cross found on the 7th century of St Finnan's church at A'Chill, near the deserted old village, and now on view in the Craftshop.
7The Special Font Rock from Camus Mòr
The ruins at Kiel, or A' Chill in Gaelic, were built on top of this early Christian site, when the islanders cleared from their little townships around the island gathered there to await transportation to the New World.
The island graveyard is situated near the ruins of A'Chill.
this house was built as a salt store by Capatain Swinburne, who developed the Muck fishing to the extent that the islanders were able to fish as far as Rockall Bank.
11Camus Mor Site of Special Scientific Interest
Camus mor is a SSi on account of its ancient sedimentary rock, the subject of much enthusiasm from visiting geologists.
12Bronze Age Cairn at Ard nan Uan
A well defined Bronze age cairn ca be found at Ard nan Uan towards Horse island. It has be reused as the MacEwen family prvate graveyard.
The farm at Gallanch is the heart as well as the nerve centre of the island. From there, the island agriculture is in a firm hand that also recognises the advantage of wild life friendly methods.
14The possible Viking House
15Turfed Black House at Bagh
An atmospheric rendition of what a black house might have looked like 200 years ago. But beware of too much intrusion when its tenant is in residence in the summer months!
16Caisteal Dun Bàn
An Iron Age fortlet which defended the entrance to Port Mor.
17Puffin Colony on Eilean nan Eàch
One of two puffin colonies in the Small Isles, the other being on Canna.
Built by the Highland Council at great cost, this new school allowed at long last the island children to have enough room for a classroom as well as a nursery.
19Muck Community Hall
Muck hall is a great testament to the island's perssistance and ability to work together: it cost £ 0.5 million and was built with lottery money as well as a lot of island fund-raising over many years.
20Port Mor ducks
These ecapees are now a feature of Muck harbour life as they swim to investigate and greet every new boat
These are very new, planted by the last generation of Macewens, as in the first half of the 20th century, there was very little tree cover on Muck
Funded by the EU and the Heritage Lottery Fund, these windmills have finally provided Muck with 24 hour electricity.They are supplemented by photovoltaic panels and a back up diesel generator.
Seals are numerous around Muck and can best be seen aon the rocks near Galanach beach.
Highland ponies are bred on Muck and often show the brown central line on their backs that are typical of the Rum ponies, from which they descend via Soay.
25The Taransay Pod
The turf roof wooden building behind the school and the hall is one of the famous Taransay pods which were build for the experimental Hebridean island Castaway TV show. It is environmentally friendly and very comfortable.