Ocean Ports of Call

Barra Isles - UK, Scotland Highlights:
Vatersay, Berneray, Pabbay, Sandray and Mingulay
The Barra Isles, also known as the Bishop's Isles as they were historically owned by the Bishop of the Isles, are a small archipelago of islands in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. They lie south of the island of Barra, after which they are named. The group consists of nine islands, and numerous rocks. Many of the islands are extremely small. Only the largest island Vatersay, which is now linked by causeway to Barra, remains inhabited. Berneray (also known as Barra Head), Pabbay, Sandray and Mingulay have been inhabited in the past. The four smallest islands are Flodday, Lingay, Muldoanich and Uineasan.

The islands are a nature reserve with important breeding populations of Razorbills, Guillemots, Black Guillemots, Puffins, Fulmars and Shags.

There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.

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