Crinan to Fort William

Crinan and Corryvreckan to Fort William including the Firth of Lorn, Loch Spelve, Loch Etive and the Lynn of Morven.

The area from Crinnan to the Island of Seil is often refered to as Nether Lorn and includes a large number of Island and inlets that can be explored. Both Ardfern Marina and Craobh Haven Marina are on the Mainland North of Crinan and offer a full range of services to yachts.

The Island of Shuna, Luing, Torsa and Seil offer an area with beautiful surroundings for sailing but you do have to be carful with the tides and they can be very strong in places. The Largest Whirlpool in the Northern Hemisphere is a little to the West of Crinan, at the Northern end of Jura.

The firth of Lorn streaches from the Island of Seil to approximately Oban and includes Loch Feochan and the Island of Kerrera. Oban over looks the northern end of the Sound of Kerrera and the Oban Marina actually sits accross the bay on Kerrera. Dunstaffnage Marina is a few miles to the North of Oban and sits in a natural bay at the entrance to Loch Etive.

North of Oban, the Lynn of Lorn and Lynn of Morvern are seperated by Lismore Island, Norh of which they combine as Loch Linnhe which continues in a North Easterly direction through the narrows at Corran. Past the Corran Narrows, Loch Linnhe continues to Fort William and Corpach where you will find the enterance to the Caledonian Canal. At Corpach, the Loch swings round and run to the West as Loch Eil.

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