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Scottish anchorages


I can’t see a lot of point anchoring off Onich. The views may be spectacular, down Loch Linnhe and up Loch Leven, but the main road is very intrusive — after all it is one of the main tourist routes in Scotland connecting the honey pots of Oban, Glencoe, Fort William and Loch Ness. But, if you do anchor here there is a bit of a walk on the shell beach and a lonely standing stone in a field to the west of the pier. And on the pier there is a strange metal fish gazing mournfully into the wind. The Onich hotel looks quite nice (there is a mooring) but I have not been there (01855  821 214).



Onich fish Onich pier

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From the pier to Glencoe

The Onich fish