Interesting spectacle of abandoned boats on coast of Isle of Mull, Scotland




This evening, I am posting images and information on the small group of abandoned fishing boats near Salen on the east coast of the Isle of Mull off the West Coast of Scotland.

In the right light conditions these boats make excellent subjects for photography.




Mull is an island forming part of the Inner Hebrides opposite Oban on the Scottish mainland.The island is characterised by narrow roads, stunning scenery and link to the historic island of Iona.

Visitors usually arrive via the ferry port of Craignure and, if heading north to the colourful town of Tobermory, will suddenly encounter the small group of boats after passing through the village of Salen on the edge of the Sound of Mull (stretch of water).

Sound of Mull 


Depending on light conditions on the day, the site offers an interesting spectacle with views to the east and mainland Scotland.

Limited parking is available on side of the narrow road.

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