At anchor off Eileach an Naoimh (Garvellachs)
|Swam slowly past boat (depth <1m). Approx 60cm diameter. Identified by Dr Emma Jackson||Rhizostoma pulmo|
|At least 20||2008-05-27||Eriskay
0.5nm SE of Eriskay, Outer Hebrides
|Came directly from the shore to our boat and then rode the bow wave for 20 minutes or so. At least one calf (I have a very clear picture). A few stayed with us into the entrance of Acairseid Mhor.||Tursiops truncatus|
|Over 100||2008-06-06||East of Scalpay
1.5nm East of Scalpay, Loch Tarbert, Harris
|Two large groups, one from the South and one from the West converged on our boat. Stayed for about 15 min and then left as one group.||Delphinus delphis|
|1||2008-05-29||Rubha Na H Ordaig
1nm SE of Rubha Na H Ordaig, South Uist, Outer Hebrides
|Seen 3 times over a 10 minute period||Balaenoptera acutorostrata|
Acairseid Mhor, Rona.
|Slowly feeding near the surface around our boat for 20 minutes in this very small anchorage. Estimate overall length to be 6m||Cetorhinus maximus|
e.g. South coast of Lindisfarne, near the harbour.
|Good views. Relatively small (3m)||Cetorhinus maximus|
North of Rona.
|Soon after seeing smaller one, this much larger one swam by (over 6m)||Cetorhinus maximus|
About 100 metres East of Eilean Fada Mor, Summer Isles
|Close to shore. At least 5m in length.||Cetorhinus maximus|