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.


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.


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.


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.