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All ready to go from Clyde Marina. Towards the Mull of Kintyre over the North Channel and through the ripping tides under Rathlin Island to Portrush and around the the wild, remote and exposed NW Coast of Ireland

The strong tides, northwesterly wind and large swells hitting the inexorable cliffs of North West Ireland makes for tough sailing. It's more than worth the effort, remote anchorages in gorgeous, wild surroundings give us that 'worlds end' feeling. Mid summer and not one other yacht sighting for 5 days until we reach Teelin.

Leaving Ardrossan
Boat Speed 5.9 SOG 11.4 kts
Alongside at Portrush Harbour
Tucked in Tight in Portrush
Mermaids Hair!
Portrush faith
RBL in Portrush
Derry Pontoons
The Clipper Fleet in Derry
With Hannah on Seattle
Sir Robin Wraps Up
Churros Yummy
Derry Quayside
Foodie Paradise at the Derry Festival
The Peace Bridge Derry
Foyle Maritime Festival
Street Performers - Derry
No to Plastic Pollution
Bogside Art 10
Bogside Art 02
Bogside Art 05
Bogside Art 04
Bogside Art 03
Bogside Art 08
Bogside Art 01
Bogside Art
Bogside Art 07
The Bloody Sunday Memorial
On the City Walls
No Mercy in NW Ireland
Inishkea Skyline
Passing Slieve Liag
Huge Cliffs at Slieve Liag
Teelin Harbour
Against the Mary Ellen, Killybegs
Wild Tuna Sales
Big Fishing Boats in Killybegs
Wind turbine blade in Killybegs
Mayo - Wild and Remote
Inishkea - Wild and Remote 01
Standing Stone Inishkea North
Inishkea - Wild and Remote 02
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