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post #8 of Old 08-02-2013
TomMaine
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Re: Sailing Scotlands Great Glen in a dingy

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Originally Posted by Alasdair View Post
Hi, I just returned from a walking trip in Skye and the road back followed part of the great glen in Scotland. The great glen looks like a good place for a nice quiet sailing holiday. I want to keep it cheap and I don't have loads of experience in anything more than a dinghy. I'm thinking of renting a large dinghy for a week, keeping all my stuff in waterproof bags and camping on the shore at night.



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I wish I could help. I only want to say we made our first trip to Isle of Sky last month and we were overwhelmed by how beautiful it is, especially to the sailors eyes. If you go, bring us back some photos.


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