60 miles west Orkney and 40 miles north east off the Butt of Lewis the uninhabited islands of North Rona and Sula Sgeir are incredibly remote stunning and unspoilt. Diving is awesome and few are lucky enough to make it here. We were extremely lucky as a break in the weather allowed our skipper Bob to make a dash for the islands on day 1. And despite a big swell and slightly below normal vis we had one brilliant dives. The isloted Sule Stack and the fabulous Nun Rock, provided great stop over dives to and from the islands and even our check out dive at Nimble rock was spectacular. From Montagus sea snails(a fish) to juvenile lumpsuckers shrimps and neudibranchs large schools of pollack and saith, Ballain wrasse seals and amazing colourful anemones we were spolit for subjects to photograph and observe. Taking pics was fun and a challenge as the swell kept the kelp moving back and forth so our subjects were constantly moving!! Skipper Bob was brilliant, despite lacking sleep as he was on almost permanent anchor watch he looked after us very well as did Teressa and Alision feeding us and filling our cylinders in challenging conditions! Many Thanks also to trip organiser Gordon Mackie and all the guys and girls for great company and Neudi ID!