Sounds of Scotland

This is a list of the Sounds of Scotland. These straits vary in size from substantial sea channels to the tiny Clachan Sound, which is only 21.3 metres (70 ft) wide and spanned by the Clachan Bridge. There are numerous other stretches of open water around the Scottish coasts that could be classified as straits, but which are called by names other than "Sound".

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