Thursday, 8 November 2007


A rather blustery day on the firth, with a brisk northwesterly wind blowing for most of it. Caledonian MacBrayne's JUPITER heads across from Gourock to Dunoon as the spume lifts in a squall behind her. Further down the firth, CALEDONIAN ISLES, based for the duration of the winter timetable at Ardrossan instead of Brodick as in previous years, remained stormbound for much of the day, only managing to make one return sailing to Brodick this afternoon.


Anonymous said...

nice rainbow John.