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Scottish anchorages

Camas Aiseig

An awful lot of fish farm stuff in this bay but there is space to anchor. Unless you want to leap up one of the mountains sweeping down to the shore, what to see and do is basically the same as at Corran Point which is only a short walk away. En route pop into Ardgour Parish Church. This was built in the early 19th century to a design which was partly Telford but mostly it seems by one of his surveyors, William Thomson. It is plain and calm, with a nice wooden ceiling. Once again I found myself wondering who on earth polishes the brass handles at the end of each pew in these remote and tiny churches.

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Ardgour Corran point

Ardgour church

At anchor, one of the Corran ferries