Ailsa Navy Tartan

The Ailsa Navy Tartan is a distinctive tartan pattern that has a rich history and deep roots in Scottish tradition. It is a primarily blue and beige tartan with thin white lines running throughout the pattern. The tartan is named after the Ailsa Craig, a small island off the coast of Scotland that is known for its unique blue-grey granite. The Ailsa Navy Tartan was originally designed in the early 20th century for use by the officers and crew of the Royal Navy's HMS Ailsa, a naval training ship named after the island.
Over time, the tartan became associated with the entire Royal Navy and is now commonly worn by sailors and officers alike. The Ailsa Navy Tartan is part of the broader clan of tartans known as naval tartans. These tartans were developed specifically for the use of naval personnel and were designed to be distinct from traditional Scottish clan tartans. Other popular naval tartans including the Black Watch and the Royal Air Force Tartan. Despite its relatively recent creation. The tartan has also been used in a variety of other contexts, including as a design element in clothing and accessories. Interestingly, the Ailsa Navy Tartan has also been used in the world of fashion, with a number of designers incorporating the pattern into their designs. For example, the famous British fashion house, Burberry, has used the tartan in a number of their collections over the years.
At Scottish kilt, we offer a range of tartan patterns including kilts, skirts and tartan accessories. Our kilts come in classic and contemporary styles, including the traditional Great Kilt. We also have a diverse range of tartan products beyond just the Great Kilt. Our collection includes traditional and modern kilts, tartan skirts in various lengths and styles and tartan accessories such as scarves, shawls, ties and sashes. All our products are made from high-quality tartan fabrics with expert craftsmanship, ensuring you look and feel your best in authentic Scottish attire.