A fantastic array of sightings of rare birds – including a Black-throated diver and a Wilson’s Phalarope
Back on board for newly made shortbread and tea before a memorable and truly exhilarating sail down the Sound of Raasay
The level of service was exemplary and the crew could not have done more for us.
On getting to Rona and overnighting, we had sunny weather and the chance to spend a full day there, which was magical
DID YOU KNOW?
The Gannet is the largest seabird indigenous to the British Isles, at up to 95 cm (37 inches) in length, and 70% of the world's population of gannets breed.