Eagles & Transfers

As usual the team have been busy with private transfers around the local islands. One of them had a cracking sunset as they arrived back from Lismore Lighthouse. Also a wee run over to Mull in flat calm seas last week.
On a run to Colonsay to pick up a couple (due to a change in the ferry timetable) they spotted a golden eagle on the way to Oban. Another run saw juvenile and adult sea eagles soring in the Firth of Lorne.

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Jura Jaunt

The boys had a private charter down to Jura at the start of the week. The wind was a bit fresh from the South East so they stuck to the West side of the island so Cameron landed them at Glengarrisdale for a wander. After that they had a great experience in the Corryvreckan whirlpool. The spring tides helped show the shear power in the water. Deer, goats, seabirds and a couple of eagles topped off the day.

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2018 Round Mull

The first circumnavigation of Mull took place last week. It was a cracker of a day for it. They headed west first to Iona via Carsaig Arches and Balfours bay. They also encountered bottlenose dolphins in the sound too. After a stop in Iona they then popped up to Fingals cave before a wee visit to a remote ‘Little’ Island. Many puffins and guillemots were spotted on the way to Tobermory.

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Epic Easter

Even with the early Easter the weather turned up. The rest of the UK seemed to be getting less favourable weather. Although a blue sky the temperature was a bit chilly. The boys had a fair few 2 hr Wildlife & Castles trips where they spotted a full range of animals. Lots of red stags, hinds, porpoise, divers, sea eagles, seals, guillemots and plenty more.
The first day trip to Tobermory was also a great one with a busy buzz in the wee town. Looking forward to the season ahead.

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