Yep, so we're getting a new Ferry here to transport us across the Minch to Ullapool (Home of the Gods - yes, I'm from Ullapool). The old boat the Isle of Lewis is being replaced by The Loch Seaforth and very nice it is too, so I'm told. One thing bothers me. I have it on good authority (a man who got a sneaky look around) that lovely as the Observation Deck is, many of the chairs are swivel, presumably so one can take in 360 degrees of view without shifting off ones backside and thus loosing your hard won spot)... but, and this is the thing, is it just me who immediately envisaged 360 degrees of projectile vomiting from 4 year olds who have spun themselves around and around and around and around as the ferry rises as falls on this often less than flat calm stretch of water, followed by a reverse 360 degrees of dry heaving before the above imagined child eventually collapses in a pale green heap on to the industrial carpet?
The Loch Seaforth Really Ullapool