Over the sea to Northern Ireland

Today Struan was up early to take two passengers to Ballycastle in Northern Ireland. The team were from SAMS (Scottish Association for Marine Science) and needed a quick transfer to collect their RIB which they had been using for diving. The weather was good apart from being very cold in the morning and the team made good time to Ballycastle. On the way back the wind strengthened from the South making for a decent following sea. Both boats were back in Oban for 1420.
Meanwhile Cameron was out with a full boat on a wildlife trip which was lucky enough to see three Sea Eagles, one carrying some prey in its claws.