The weather was looking very iffy so there was no rush to move on so I stayed over to get the washing done (the laundry at Tobermory was closed awaiting new machines) and to have a good fish and chip lunch in the local hotel with Bill Fraser, another single-hander who came in with his old one tonner "Ceil III" on route to pick up some crew.
|Loch Boisdale from the Hotel, the almost new marina is on the right.|
| The interior of Ceil III, much, much tidier than|
when we had dinner on board. I provided French
made tins of beef bourguignon (very good), Bill
provided LOTS of wine 😀.
Pic stolen from Bills Facebook feed.
|Heading north towards Loch Skipport.|
|The entry to the Caolas Mor anchorage is rather narrow!|
|In I go. The channel is rather narrower than it seems due to |
shallow water on the right and shallow spots further in.
|The well protected anchorage is connected to the rather less|
protected one to the east.
16 miles in five and a half hours.
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