It took us about four hours to sail from Oban on the west coast of Scotland to the beautiful Island of Tiree. The ferry sailed about 7.00 am and we had to be there for about 6.oo am, as we were taking our little car with us. I just wanted to make sure that we would get to see a lot more of the Island than just by walking. We did see nearly all of the Island and this will be covered by other posts, but this post is just on leaving Oban and arriving at Tiree…..it was just like a little mini cruise. The ferry stops at Coll, which we visited 2 years ago and then when it left us at Tiree, it was travelling on to Barra, which we have also visited and worked our way up the Outer Hebrides. We also pass the two castle on Coll, which I have posted about, it was strange to see them from the sea, they looked quite different. Also the Hebridean Princess was moored at Coll and then followed us to Tiree, a wonderful way to travel, but just a little too expensive for us, but it was lovely to take photos of her. So this is really just a visual sea trip, that we really enjoyed 🙂
We were waiting to board the ferry, it was one of those beautiful early sunny mornings.
Leaving Oban, the water was so calm.
Isle of Coll
The Hebridean Princess at Coll.
The two castles on Coll.