The MV Filla, on its regular service to the Out Skerries jetty on Bruray, will not pass Bound Skerry, the most easterly point of Britain, but it will afford a good view of Easter Skerries (below) and, perhaps, a glimpse of Mio Ness, the 'narrow headland' (bottom) at the south-west end of Housay as well as of Filla, after which the ship is named.
An interesting image and item about North Benelip is to be found on the blog of Andy Strangeway who, as ever, ventured beyond the usual parameters. The names of North and South Benelip sound more like London Underground stations than islets at the east end of the Out Skerries, Shetland.
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