Atrapados a las puertas del LAGO NESS

Saturday August 21st, 2010Last Friday the 20th we arrived at the gates of Loch Ness, but wind gusts of 40 knots wouldn’t let us spend the last locks that give access to the lake.

In recent days we had been sailing forever in the eye of a powerful storm intensity of 988 mb, which had allowed us to be relatively calm. In the center of the depressions the weather, although it seems a contradiction, are more stable than in the perimeter of the storm.
then, the low pressure moved north and southwest winds whipped us intensely. Our captain had been following the evolution of the depression and were waiting for those winds correctly moored pontoons are located courtesy prior to access to the locks that we must take the Loch Ness in the beautiful village of Fort Augustus.