Friday, January 25, 2008
"Till a' the seas gang dry." R. Burns
Leaving Bute we headed for the north tip of Great Cumbrae. The full spring tide of about 3km/hr was ebbing down the channel and the wind had swung round to the north. It was thirsty work what with the pub having closed some time before our arrival on Bute.
We eventually made landfall on the west of Great Cumbrae as sun sank towards the horizon behind an approaching front.
We took another break on the north east of Great Cumbrae before the final crossing to Largs marina. We had a small break as we let the MV Alainn past on her way to Largs
By the time we got back to the slipway at the marina it was nearly dark.
32km is not bad for a short winter day. Pity the pub was closed!