Introduction to Cruising Loch Eriboll, UK
Loch Eriboll is a beautiful, 9.9 mile-long sea loch situated on the north coast of Scotland. The loch’s still waters are often used as an escape from the rough seas of Cape Wrath.
Loch Eriboll is an unspoilt, mountainous wilderness boasting an intriguing history which dates back as far as the Bronze Age. Remains from this era – including a well-preserved wheelhouse – can be seen as you glide along the picturesque loch, as well as delightful crofting townships which line the shores.
Ard Neackie – a mound connected to the east shore by a narrow ‘cord’ of sand and shingle – is arguably the loch’s most intriguing and unusual feature. Look out for the remains of the ferry house from 1831 and four large limekilns, which were built in 1870, as you cruise past.
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