Friday, August 21, 2009

Seakayaking in Brodick Bay, Arran

From Merkland Point below Goatfell on Arran, we ran before the wind for 4km across the wide mouth of Brodick Bay to Corrigills Point.

The NW wind was coming down out of the high corries in fierce squalls... we were quite thirsty by the time we arrived at the Brodick Pier for the ferry back to Ardrossan.

A fine little outing of 31km.



  1. Hey Douglas,
    Still following your blog, I check it out at least twice a week. Just wanted to let you know we are out here and loving your stuff. I've told a number of people about your great site and everyone who sees it is extremely impressed. One thing I would like to see on a post is a "start to finish" on a journey. When do you leave the house? How far do you drive to your spot to start the kayak trip? How much gear is packed in the kayak? Are you kayaking everyday? Keep up the great work!!

  2. Thank you Todd!

    I will start to post how long it takes to drive to the launch site.

    Unfortunately I have not paddled since the middle of June due to a dislocated knee, I hope to get back soon.