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 1 
 on: April 25, 2018 
Started by NIPupper - Last post by whoRya
That's the one!

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 on: April 25, 2018 
Started by Heggs - Last post by specimanYak
Depending if it's a trained working dog: guide dog, mobility assistance dog etc it shouldn't be a problem to bring it over to Rams Island. Have a chat with Michael, who runs the boat and explain your situation. He can be accommodating, there's a no camping policy during the bird nesting season from March to June but with a quick chat they'll be a camp planned for May. Hope you get there some time!

You'll find more info here:

http://www.ramsisland.org/F%20A%20Q.htm

 3 
 on: April 25, 2018 
Started by NIPupper - Last post by NIPupper

Great vid mate, those views from the Pot of Legawharry are wonderful. That was a fantastic week-end to get some exploring done.

cheers, it's a pretty cool place, that water was so refreshing.

Loved that image where the light was fading and the dog was standing almost silhouetted against the sky.

thanks!

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Fantastic, you can really see the weather changing now. Roll on the summer!

cheers, the sun was beaming down on sat.

 4 
 on: April 25, 2018 
Started by NIPupper - Last post by RedLeader
Fantastic, you can really see the weather changing now. Roll on the summer!

 5 
 on: April 25, 2018 
Started by Heggs - Last post by RedLeader
As NIPupper said, it's no dogs. The island is a bird sanctuary of some sort so they don't allow.

 6 
 on: April 25, 2018 
Started by Heggs - Last post by Heggs
Great responses guys  :)

 7 
 on: April 24, 2018 
Started by NIPupper - Last post by whoRya
Loved that image where the light was fading and the dog was standing almost silhouetted against the sky.

 8 
 on: April 24, 2018 
Started by Heggs - Last post by NIPupper
great video, really gives a sense of the island, i emailed the ferry man and he said no dogs, so you'll have to get a friend to look after the pouch for your island trip. enjoy!.

 9 
 on: April 24, 2018 
Started by NIPupper - Last post by specimanYak
Great vid mate, those views from the Pot of Legawharry are wonderful. That was a fantastic week-end to get some exploring done.

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 on: April 24, 2018 
Started by Heggs - Last post by specimanYak
Hi Margaret, welcome to the forum. Here's the contact detals for the Island Warrior boat that runs the trips over to Rams Island to make a booking.

https://goo.gl/Nk1h8n

You can park your car at the Marina which is locked over-night for free and secure parking. The boat can hold about a dozen people (maybe more) and is £10 per adult and £5 per child which you pay on the day. When it arrives at Rams Island, everyone's rucksacks and various kit are loaded onto a quad bike with trailers and it'll be driven up to the camp-site, which is a 5 minute walk away. There's another camp-spot which is even closer! It's an easy camp and really accessible.

Here's a video of a recent trip to give you an idea of what the place looks like: https://goo.gl/uqospg

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