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Sarclet is easily reached by heading towards the coast straight down the road from the village of Thrumster which is on the main A99 road.
amazing little cove at Sarclet hides a small harbour and an old herring
Many new pictures added 15 October 2002 following the walk and talk by Iain Sutherland of the Wick Society who gave a great deal of interesting information that has been used as note to several of the photographs. Captain Brodie had plans drawn up that would have created a much larger village of croft houses and the name was to have been Brodiestown. Iain Sutherland showed the group a copy of the plans that were never completed. The harbour that gave a safe haven for the small boats was smashed during a great storm at the same time as the breakwater built by Stevenson was washed away at Wick. There were too many boats for the harbour as about one third of them anchored in wick each week by rota.
Sarclet Loch has a Model Yacht Club often
seen on a Saturday racing their model yachts.