"A boat which for 1,000 years served as the grave of a high status Viking has revealed some of its secrets, according to the first detailed report of the iconic discovery." Source: Live Science.
"The tomb, originally unearthed in 2011 on the Ardnamurchan peninsula in western Scotland, contained a rich assemblage of grave goods. It represents the first undisturbed Viking boat burial found on the British mainland."
Note: This 2017 Live Science story appears to be old news. The discovery of the "first Viking boat burial on the British mainland" was reported back in 2011 (see video).