'NJ' moored against the outer breakwater, looking towards the head of the loch.
Next to the marina was a jetty used for the shipment of logs, not quite on the scale of that at Troon, but still a fair operation. The Holy Loch Sailing Club is just in shot on the left.
Logging activity with the marina behind.
We had a pleasant walk along the shore to the outskirts of Dunoon where we had an impromptu picnic whilst watching the Dunoon / Gourock ferrys coming and going.
The view from Holy Loch Pier back towards the village and war memorial.
The Dunoon / Gourock ferry terminal at Dunoon.
Holy Loch village and the marina from the war memorial.
We left Holy Loch after lunch and had a good vigorous sail to Rothesay on Bute. After three nights in Rothesay we set out for Largs Marina, having a good downwind sail. We booked into the marina, and after a day sorting the boat we caught the train to go home for a few weeks.