Wick to Dunbeath

If I wasn’t seasick and desperate for the toilet I would have time to admire the magnificent cliffs and take photo of them to post it here.

Michal says there was long and gentle primary swell from behind and significant secondary swell from the left site. It was bouncing back from the cliffs providing us with clapoties from right regardless how far from them we were. With some wind waves from the front it created really confused sea state. It was the most chaotic water we have paddled so far on our trip.

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2 responses

  1. Nice to see that you both made it through the Pentland,it’s all down hill now!!,i spoke to you in the lifeboat station at Scrabster before you set off.

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