Sea of the Hebrides

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The Sea of the Hebrides forms part of the Inner Seas off the West Coast of Scotland, as defined by the International Hydrographic Organization and part of the Seas west of Scotland
The Sea of the Hebrides is a portion of the North Atlantic Ocean, located off the coast of western Scotland, separating the mainland and the northern Inner Hebrides islands (to
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In the Sea of the Hebrides basin a linked system of discrete dyke swarms, sills and normal faults record rapid NE-SW extension at the near surface.
The Minches and Sea of the Hebrides Basins lie within the inshore waters between the Outer Hebrides and the Northwest Highlands of Scotland.
On the Eastern side of the Sea of The Hebrides there is the Isle of Skye and several smaller Islands, of which the closest to the confluence ones are Rhum and Canna.
Back across the Sea of the Hebrides to the National Trust island of Canna, now a famous bird sanctuary, and then a visit to impressive Kinloch Castle on Rum.
then it’s out into the Sea of the Hebrides and an overnight berth at Barra.
the Minch and the Sea of the Hebrides to the west of Scotland.
The Sea of the Hebrides is the body of water to the south of the Minch that separates Barra in the Outer Hebrides from the Small
mammals in the Sea of the Hebrides, it was considered that, for the time being, the costs associated with developing this capability were not sustainable. The Trust will keep this under review.
across the Sea of the Hebrides a pair of dolphins played with us for a while.
free wind, a crossing of the Sea of the Hebrides can be made within daylight hours in the summer if departing from Tiree, Coll, Tobermory, Arisaig or Mallaig.
My first crossings of the Sea of the Hebrides were made as a child on board the ferry Claymore for the annual family holiday on the Isle of Barra.
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