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Crossing the North Channel

Cairnryan to Larne


View Northern Ireland by ferry; March 2013 on tiderace's travel map.

A great day for sea views and seascape photos. Ailsa Craig was looking good against the Arran backdrop as we turned west out of Loch Ryan. Sadly, one of the crew in chatty mode spoilt the magic by referring to t as "Booby Island"!;

Ailsa Craig and Arran

Ailsa Craig and Arran

On the port side Corsewall Point, with it's Lighthouse Hotel, was soon passing by;

Corsewall Point

Corsewall Point

With the speed of modern ferries, we soon could see The Maidens, sitting to the north-east of the Larne approaches..;

The Maidens

The Maidens

As one enters Larne Lough, the Chainey Memorial Tower guards the entrance;

Chainey Memorial Tower, Larne

Chainey Memorial Tower, Larne

Posted by tiderace 15:47 Archived in Scotland

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