This ferry will never be the quickest or most practical way to get to Skye, but if you're not in a hurry, then it's well worth the detour. The ferry is a turntable (hand-operated) type, believed to be the last of its type still in operation. While we were waiting for our crossing, we saw a sea eagle flying overhead, which was a great bonus.
In summary: a little bit of history, a scenic crossing (reached by some roads in beautiful countryside), and maybe you'll see a rare bird too!
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