Holy Island circumnavigation

A wet and blustery day circumnavigating Holy Island, clockwise, from Soldier's point...
Having crossed the harbour and slogged into the rain and wind, a short wait at the causeway preceded the main event.
Once through the Inland Sea (actually much more interesting when you're on it than it looks from the road), it was a bouncy ride north towards Rhoscolyn...
...after which rolling swells followed the group in to Porth Dafarch and lunch.
Penrhyn Mawr provided a short spot of play for those with too much energy before South and North Stack were passed in quick succession.
A final bit of exploration between North Stack and Soldier's point made a welcome change for those more used to approaching North Stack along this stretch with rather more focus...
Eight hours on the water...one of the best trips in North Wales?

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