Practical Boat Owner

Sound of Sleat

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It would take a full book to describe the whole area north and west of Ardnamurchan, but by focussing on the relatively compact area where I have lived and worked for the last 21 years, you can have a taste of what the whole area has to offer.

The Sound of Sleat (pronounced ‘slate’ not ‘sleet’) is the body of water between the Scottish mainland and the south-west shore of the Isle of Skye. It is the preferred passage north from Ardnamurchan especially if shelter is required. Passage north is constrained by

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