Friday or Saturday looked as if they might be OK to get across to the Western Isles so rather than pay another nights mooring I moved to Loch Drumbuie, a short hope to the NE.
According to the pilot this is a very popular and often crowded anchorage, probably because its free! And indeed its quite attractive and well sheltered but most is very deep so boats cluster in a few sheltered spots so I can see how it gets crowded.
I was the first arrival but what looked like an “Open 60” single or 2 handed handed racing boat converted to cruising with a crew was close behind also coming from Tobermory and a third followed later, a familiar boat but I can't place where I have seen it previously, it could have been on a previous trip or the day before. This happens a lot, serious cruisers bump into each other, hopefully not literally, quite a lot, for instance on a Pontoon at Tobermory was a boat last seen at Newlyn and it would not surprise me to see them again as they are up here for the summer.
Update: I did - at Tobermory on the way back, then they arrived in Newlyn 20 minutes before I left and I later heard them talking to the Coast Guard giving information on another's Pan Pan.
Five miles in an hour and a quarter.