Boat trip fundraiser gives aid to Malawi

All aboard for a boat trip with Sealife Adventures in aid of Seed 4 Life

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Nesting sea eagles and wild goats grazing on seaweed were just some of the wildlife sights spotted on a seafaring island trip from Seil raising funds for charity.

Wildlife spotting with Sealife Adventures in aid of charity Picture: Anna Northover
Fladda Lighthouse off Luing
Wild goat on Scarba. Photograph: Kim Lappin
Black-throated diver spotted from the boat in the Sound of Seil. Photograph: Kim Lappin
Scarba Island shore.

Instead of charging passengers for the four-hour trip that took in the Seil Sound, Cuan Sound, Sound of Luing, the Grey Dogs, Scarba, the Corryvwreckan and Jura, boat captain David Ainsley, who runs Sealife Adventures, accepted donations in aid of Seed For Life – a charity helping farmers grow crops and feed children in Malawi.

To find out more about the charity’s work and to make a donation go here: https://seil.oban.ws/seed-for-life