Seacliff Harbour lies to the east of North Berwick on the East Lothian coast, on the south part of the Firth of Forth, and is described as the smallest harbour in the British Isles.
The harbour entrance was blasted out of the Gegan Rock, and is said to measures only some two metres in width, with space to accommodate only a single fishing boat. Tantallon Castle is visible in the background.
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