Opposite Tobermory is this lovely church, not much I can find about it but I would think it has some stories to tell.
Departing Tobermory we caught the tide through the Sound of Mull making speeds over 12 knots. The wind was gale force but with no fetch the sea was slight but it caused the yachts some worries.
Looking down the Sound coming out of Tobermory.
We arrived off Tobermory at mid day, passing this lighthouse on the approach.
Tobermory looked a good place for a stop but the mooring field was full and the yacht expected to depart didn’t, so we did.
We left Stornoway with no destination in mind and headed south. Through the Minch and then down the south coast of Skye to Rhum.
Spent a night at anchor in the Bay at Rhum.
The next morning we headed to Tobermory to see if there was a mooring or berth.