Tuesday, February 17, 2009

A hint of Spring round the Little Cumbrae Island.

We set off from Bute towards the north end of Little Cumbrae.

It was really pleasant and almost warm.

We were surprised to see several yachts with sails up at this time of year!

As we approached the lighthouse on the Little Cumbrae, we saw a gannet and courting eider ducks.

We rounded the north end of Little Cumbrae, there is a nice shingle beach to land on. The mountains of Arran still looked wintry.

We made our way south to the Little Cumbrae Castle then back over the channel to Seamill. We were home by 5pm but what a great short winter day!



  1. From that angle, Little Cumbrae Castle looks like a submarine.

  2. Hello Peter, this is what we saw on the far side of Little Cumbrae last year!