Welcome To Go Sea Kayak

Welcome To The Go Sea Kayak Blog...
This Blog is A Record Of My Personal Adventures And Wonderful Kayaking Lifestyle. It Is Also A Taster Of What You Can Expect If You're Adventurous Enough To Tag Along. Why Not Get In Touch And Join One Of Go Sea Kayaks Guided Trips On The Beautiful Mediterranean Island Of Sardinia, You Won't Regret it!

Sunday, 20 November 2011

Skerry Hopping Heaven...

After a few day's off from kayaking & with work to do back in Cardiff I had to decide wether to return home or continue with my adventure?
Well, what would you do?
After scanning the map & the sea kayak guide book & a bit of scheming I decided to head to Armadale & get the ferry across to Mallaig as there was an amazing spot that I know but have never kayaked. 
Time to tick another dream destination off my wish list :)
Heading Towards Mallaig...

Hope Myvanwy Doesn't Get Sea Sick... 
Goodbye To Skye...

I did say it was an amazing spot. Traigh Beach near to Arisaig, there's a paddle in the guidebook but I'm gonna do it a little different. It'll take longer to reach the Skerries at Loch Nan Ceall from my launch point but my journey will be all the more wonderful for it.
 That's Eigg you can see in the far distance.
video
Not the best footage & certainly not up to the gratuitous Beaver shot in 'basic instinct' but it really made my day none the less.
What you cant see is the huge fish almost as big as the beaver that the beaver dragged up onto the skerry to eat & all the time there was a curious harbor seal watching behind me.

This place is friggin awesome!
Quick Pee On A Skerry...

 It was a little bouncier on the West side of the Skerries.
And wonderfully calm on the East side though the South Easterly wind was quite brisk.
Looking Towards Eigg In The Distance...

Skerries Everywhere...

If there wasn't a chill in the air you'd be forgiven for thinking this was the Caribbean.
Heading back through the maze of skerries, in fact with the wind strongly on my back I just popped the skeg down & gently drifted my way through trying to get a good shot of the numerous harbor Seals. Put it this way, I'm gonna get a new camera, bloody shit focusing when zoomed :(
 Back at Traigh Beach & looking forward to a cuppa.

5 comments:

  1. Hi mate, check out the new Nikon AW100 waterproof digital camera. Looks a nice bit of kit with some decent reveiws. Im hoping Santa brings me one.
    http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.213-2678.aspx?gclid=CL2fyuTHyKwCFQJO3godNwtwqw

    ReplyDelete
  2. Already checked it out Scott, looks like a contender.

    Just watched the beaver footage LOL, at low res you can barely see it PMSL, maybe just take my word for it :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. Taran,

    Beavers are vegetarian - they don't eat fish!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Getting my words mixed up :O Try Otter :)

    ReplyDelete