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.


The Snow Rolls In

The boys have had a busy wee spell on the boats. A range of charters on all different boats. They have assisted the tie up of the bulk carrier ships at Glensanda quarry. Also provided some transfer to and from the quarry. The Winter is setting in with some big snow storms rolling in from the West. It makes for some stunning views when the sun comes out and also restricted visibility when the storm hits.


Insh Island Visit

On a perfect crisp winters day the boys took a couple to Insh Island. This remote wee island is very quiet and is situated just west of Seil. A bit tricky to land due to the usual swell rolling by but manageable. One interesting feature on the island is the caves that use to be lived in. The cave has a door and in the next section a wall has been built with windows installed! Uninhabited for a number of years now though. The weather allowed for an amazing view of the snow capped Ben Cruachan.