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Loch Teacuis - a once-avoided sea loch attracts visiting yachts

HISTORY was made in Morvern a few weeks ago when a flotilla of seven yachts belonging to members of the prestigious Royal Highland Yacht Club (RHYC) sailed into Loch Teacuis and anchored for the night.

Probably not since the commandos were training in the area during the Second World War, had so many vessels been seen in the loch at the same time.

Every season the RHYC holds three on-the-water musters. This year the first was in Loch Spelve and attracted nearly 40 boat owners, seven of whom decided to take advantage of the fine weather and set sail for Loch Teacuis the following day. Their mission was two-fold. Firstly, to reconnoitre the reputedly difficult entrance and, secondly, to investigate the possibility of using the loch for a future muster.

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