To be honest Douglas, my comments were a bit tongue-in-cheek. I doubt very much if Scotland or even Britain could afford to repair her. We saved the last Clyde sea-going paddle steamer WAVERLEY, and now the last Clyde turbine steamer QUEEN MARY, both under 300ft. long, but, with the Clyde's history of producing famous ships, it's a disgrace nothing larger has been preserved for posterity.
The article isn't very specific, but I would question whether she could be safely towed all the way to Scotland if she is in such serious disrepair.
Maybe we could take her back to the Clyde. We have already saved the original QUEEN MARY, the last of the Clyde turbine steamers, which had to change her name to QUEEN MARY II to accommodate the Cunarder.