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Golf links and single malts help us take the high road.

October 4, 2007
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Crater-like sand traps guard the well-manicured greens of the old course at Royal Troon Golf Club. Rich Hendry

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As the British Ensign streams overhead, our Cruisers 370 Express shrugs off strong winds in the Tarbert. Rich Hendry

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The author tying one on, literally; the figurative moment came at day’s end. Rich Hendry

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Numerous lighthouses define the perimeters of this ocean-influenced bay, sentinels warning of dangerous shoals. Rich Hendry

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Scotland’s beauty blends the natural with the manmade, all reflecting a heritage well worth exploring. Rich Hendry

Cruising Bonny Scotland

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Cruising Bonny Scotland

Rich Hendry

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Howday! makes good time in the protected waters off upper Loch Fyne. Rich Hendry

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Dining choices ashore range from the simplicty of Country inns to sophisticated seaside eateries like Scotts at Troon Yacht Haven. Rich Hendry

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