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Isle of Skye Cruising Sound of Mull & by Duart Castle Sailing along the scenic Sound of Mull shows just how beautiful the natural landscapes of the British Isles can be. You’ll pass the pretty 13th century Duart Castle, an arresting sight from any angle, especially from the comfort of your ship. Portree, Isle of Skye A charming town on the Trotternish Peninsula – a National Scenic Area of Scotland – Portree has a pretty harbour and its attractions include the Aros Centre and the An Tuireann Arts Centre. Unearth some of Skye’s stunning natural highlights on a tour, from Kilt Rock to the ‘Old Man of Storr’. Cruising Sound of Raasay Take in the wild, rugged scenery of the Sound of Raasay, the photogenic stretch of water separating the island of Raasay and the Isle of Skye. Look out for a variety of flora and fauna, as well as charming Highland villages dotted along the shore. Cruising Loch Torridon & Loch Shieldaig Cruise along Loch Torridon and Loch Shieldaig and marvel at the untouched landscapes surrounding this beautiful area, as well as the deep blue waters that are a haven for local wildlife. Cruising Loch Eriboll Loch Eriboll is an unspoilt, mountainous wilderness with a rich history that’s evident in the Bronze Age remains and delightful crofting townships lining the banks. The loch’s most intriguing and unusual feature is Ard Neackie, a mound connected to the east shore only by an umbilical cord of sand and shingle. Portree Loch Torridon UK & Ireland Rivers & Waterways View destination and ship videos at www.cruisewithfred.tv 135


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