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  1. #171
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    Scotland.
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    Default Re: West coast of Scotland - is it cruising friendly?

    Just circumnavigated Mull, occasionally in near zero visibility, mostly windy and quite cold for the time of year. Back in the Clyde the sun came out for a day and everyone got burned. Being a Sunday trying to get gas was impossible. On Monday Bute eateries closed around 16:00. It has rained all day today, again.

    Is it cruiser friendly, only if you are a masochist. There is a gay pride march this weekend from the Honkey Tonk Bar in Bute, that might be cruiser friendly and itís on the west coast.

    https://www.scottish-honky-tonk.co.uk/

  2. #172
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
    Location
    scotland
    Posts
    158

    Default Re: West coast of Scotland - is it cruising friendly?

    And the lifting strops and pick up buoys are back on the moorings in Millport.
    Brodick moorings have the strops but no pick up buoys,
    Carrick Castle in Loch Goil now have three visitor moorings, not two, all with pick up buoys and stops.
    In case it is useful.

  3. #173
    Join Date
    Jul 2005
    Posts
    3,224

    Default Re: West coast of Scotland - is it cruising friendly?

    I detect a few posts for member that I suspect love cruising Scotland but also want to preserve the peace, solitude and deserted anchorages.

    Gentlemen, you have earned a wee dram from this crew if we ever meet .

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