Lythe Mead, Gallie Craig and just the shoulder of Carrick Kee.
Seals Cave which is big enough to drive...
Foxes Rattle. This is looking out at Lythe Mead and the stack Inchshannoch.
Carrickcarlin Point N54 38.026
Lythe Mead N54 38.013
Gallie Craig N54 37.999
Carrick-Kee N54 37.989
So Carrick-Kee just makes it as the most southerly point in Scotland based on latitude. That is further south than the mouth of the River Tees on England's east coast!
Note that the OS grid north is canted with respect to true north and the most southerly point with respect to grid north may be different.
Carrickcorrie you will turn NW and see the north shore of West Tarbet Bay. When the west going stream is running along the south coast of the Mull of Galloway you will encounter an adverse SE going eddy at this point. If it is windy from the NW it can be hard work breaking through this.