Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Sun, 2009-11-22
Just off the north east point lies a large underwater archway/tunnel.
A good place not to be if the tide is running north as the sewage outlet for Wick lies at the south east point.
The outlet pipe (apparently) runs right through the wreck site of the Saint Nicolas.
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‹ Brims Ness, Caithness up Dwarwick pier, Caithness › Similar of ‘Broadhaven by Wick, Caithness’