…with plunge-diving Gannets adding to the spectacle, it was the Humpback which made jaws drop.
As the morning passes, yet more Minke whales appear to guide us on our way, by the end of the day more Minkes had apparently been seen in a single day than on any previous trip.
At Loch Scavaig, reputed to be one of the most dramatic anchorages in Europe, the cloud was low but it doesn’t detract from the wonder of this place
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.