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  • Sea Kayaking on St Kilda
  • Loch Scavaig, Skye
  • Sound of Kerrera
  • Evening in Shetland
  • Sandaig Islands
  • The Forth Bridges
  • Summer Isles
  • Sutherland Coastline
  • Mol Ban beach
  • Mol Ban beach
  • Mol Ban beach
  • Mol Ban beach
  • Mol Ban beach

Exploring the Scottish Coastline by Sea Kayak

There's nothing better than taking time to explore Scotlands coastline and multitude of islands by sea kayak. It's a blend of exploration, technique, skill, fitness and most of all, FUN...

It's also a perfect platform for photography both on and off the water and with the development of some great all weather, waterproof cameras, the quality of the images is perfectly respectable.

Join me on some sea kaying journeys over the last few years...

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A sea kayaking exploration of the Sutherland Coastline

Island hopping, craggy coastline and white, sandy beaches

17th April 2019


A week away at Easter time, staying at Clachtoll campsite provided a couple of opportunities for sea kayaking journeys along the Sutherland coastline.

Launching from Clachnessie beach, the idea was to paddle across to Eilean Chrona and from there, tuck round the north side of Oldany Island and then to Culkein Drumbeg. From there, the possibilities were to carry on for a while or to return through the channel on the south side of Oldany Island and back to Clashnessie beach.

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Leaving Clashnessie Bay

Tania in below the crags

Heading across to Eilean Chrona

Leaving Clashnessie Bay and paddling along the rugged coast for a while, soon it was time to head northwards and the short 2km paddle out to Eilean Chrona.

Tania leading the way

Quinag from Eilean Chrona

Looking towards Stoer Point

Perspective on Stoer Point

Quinag, one of the iconic Sutherland hills dominated our view for most of the day

There were also plans to paddle around the Point of Stoer and past the Old Man of Stoer, but that was for the following day…!

Eddrachilles Bay

Quinag from Oldany Island

A sea kayaker's view of the mountains

Looking out into Edrachilles Bay and towards Quinag.

Tania landing at the beach

Kayak, clear water and a great lunch spot

The beautiful beach at Mol Ban

Mol Ban Beach

Mol Ban Bothy

Mol Ban Bothy window detail

Mol Ban beach panorama

Mol Ban panorama

Kayaks on the beach

Mol Ban beach

Quinag from Culkein Drumbeg

The western end of Oldany Island with Eilean Chrona in the distance.



Sea kayaking in Arisaig

Exploring the Arisaig coast by sea kayak

July 2012


A few days in Arisaig and an opportunity to explore the surrounding area and the wonderful coastline by sea kayak.

Two great days are portrayed below; the first being a paddle from Mallaig to Knoydart and the second being a wonderful explore of the Arisaig skerries.

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Knoydart and Inverie from Loch Nevis

Approaching Inverie

Lunch stop at Inverie

The map of the day

Mallaig harbour

Arisaig skerries and channels

Kayaks on the beach at the Arisaig skerries

Common seal

Maerl beach

Arisaig skerries with Eigg and Rum as backdrops





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