Round Britain 2019 - Kerrera to Crinan canal

June 1, 2019
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On day two, our crews set off early past the isle of Mull and into the sound of Jura. Their destination today was the entrance to the Crinan canal, taking in the stunning scenery of the islands, famous for their malt whiskies, and racing through the waves of the open water.

As the weather turned and the skies clouded over, our crews donned their wet weather gear and kept their course and maintained their speed, a little rain not deterring them from the task ahead, nad nothing can dampen their spirits!

Leaving Kerrera
Clearlake II motoring out of Kerrera

As there is nowhere to moor up outside the Crinan sea lock, our convoy needed to arrive in time to lock in before 1600, and they made it with time to spare.  Soon they were safely moored, warming themselves with a good meal on board and getting some well deserved rest before the challenges of the next day.

Who wouldn't want to live here?

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Thank you.

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