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16 October 2014

Arnish Lighthouse


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Yesterday, Thursday, a cruiseliner came into port and anchored in Glumag Harbour. All cruiseships should be able to do that, and they make a magnificent sight. Some anchor off the Lighthouse, others all the way down the coast at Holm Point. I'm glad the Astoria came right in. Everybody came to have a look, and as she stayed until 11.30 pm, the look-by-night was even more spectacular.

MV Astoria by day

MV Astoria by night


These canoeists got the closest look of all, apart from the passengers

Canoeists under the stern of the boat
Posted on Arnish Lighthouse at 12:21



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