Smal Isles

The good weather seems like a wee while ago now. During that sunshine spell the boys had a charter up towards the Small Isles. On the way to Muck they spotted common dolphins, minke whales and a vast number of manx shearwaters! The guests, after their wildlife spotting, landed on Muck. A short walking distance from the pier they enjoyed some tasty food from the Tearoom. Afterwards the guests went for an explore to get some amazing views of Rum and Eigg. On the way home they spotted white tailed sea eagles fishing, whilst their patient chick waited greedily in its nest. 



Perth Agricultural Discussion Society chartered the boats for a tour of the West coast. For something different they visited Glensanda Super Quarry. They had a full tour of the site from the top of the hill at the crusher down to the tasty food at the canteen. The next stop was at the island of Luing, they met the Cadzow Brothers to tour their farm and see their set up. Then to finish it off they powered back to Loch Feochan and had dinner at the Barn Bar.

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Port to Port

The good spell of weather has continued allowing for big days out on the water. Cameron had a very nice American family on a trip from Port Appin to Port Askaig on Islay last weekend. They cruised down through the Corryvreckan and were met by a taxi at Port Askaig, ready to take the guests on their whisky tour around the island. After 5 hours exploring Islay they had a glass calm run back to Appin. 



Over the last few weeks the boys have been regular visitors to see the puffins. Lunga is the main island of the Treshnish Isles and full of seabirds. As you walk along the island you see countless numbers of puffins, razorbills, common guillemots, fulmars, kittiwakes and shags. Always an amazing experience there. The epic spell of calm hot weather has made for very memorable trips.