Rocks & Sloughs
Findon Ness
Doo Cove
Pow Kebbuck
Arnot Boo
Findon Shore
Mouth of Findon Burn
Muckle Shore
May Craig
Peel Slough
Ladies Swim Pool
Tam's Chair
Black Slough
Dead Man's Hole
Ship's Stern
Land Crag
Buckie Loan
Portlethen Shore
Stinking Haven
Cuckoo Island
Giant Head Rocks
The Neighbours
The Moat
Harley Hacket
Englishman's Neuks
Tam Milne's Shore
Donald's Delvings
Ram Stone
Meggie Glennie's
Little Broad Shore
Meikle Broad Shore
Braid Hailen
Through Gang Point
Herring Hole
Yellow Tappie
Lang Crag
Strathfresh Rocks
The Banks
Cammachmore Bay
Knaps of Downies
Craig Lonny
Downies Haven
Berrymuir Head
A Postscript on Rocks

Where on earth did this name come from and how do you pronounce it? I’ve seen the name also spelt Rumley Gower so as far as pronunciation is concerned that covers it perfectly. I’ve also seen the name “Crags of Rumley Gower” so the name being plural probably covers an area rather than just one rock. In this area there are a couple of humps that split two “shores” and I believe it’s those humps (or at least one of them) that Rumblegurr refers to.  

It was here that the vessel Alirmay was shipwrecked in the late 1940’s and where their crew had a narrow escape by way of the local cliffs. I’m convinced that when we had a couple of creels stuck fast on the seabed back here in the 1970’s and were never able to retrieve them, the reason was they were tangled up within the remnants of the wreckage of this vessel.