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Scottish anchorages


This is not in the Sailing Directions but it was a favourite of Capt Harvey's in the 1930s (see useful books). He remarked that the stones on the beach were "excellent for ballast for the luggers". It is in the small  bay surrounded by cliffs and hills on the east side of Loch Indaal, half a mile east of Laggan Point, south of Bowmore. I have not been there but the Captain thought it was good for picnics. Clearly it is very open to the SW.

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