Originally Posted by Ruairidh Sollas
There are many slipways on North Uist, Where are you staying and i can point you in the right direction of the nearest?
2 in Lochmaddy that are easy to launch from with the Pontoons not far away also, power.huddled.autumn
3 on the way to Berneray on the causeway allowing you to launch either side of it, handy for going towards the Sound of Harris posting.attaching.pillow The ferry slips on the North Uist and Berneray side could be used if you avoid the ferry times.
1 over at Griminish(North Uist) that lets you go out West to the Monach Isles etc request.void.bookcases
A Couple of Spots in Locheport that are accessible at high tide club.lousy.mobile is possibly one of them
1 Pier down at 'CheeseBay' LochPortain
You could also beach launch adjacent the campsite. There is access on to the beach at the north end of Balranald beach - form.threading.inclines
The west side is a bit unforgiving however up round Berneray there are a number of islands you can visit - Boreray (1 inhabitant) and Pabbay (0 inhabitants). The east side is probably more sheltered and offers little inlets and coves albeit rocky. I expect Ruairidh will be much better at recommending locations.
I hope the weather gods will smile on you.