Located in the Barren Islands on the northwest coast of of East Amatuli Island, in the Gulf of Alaska. 0.6 mile wide.
To get to Amatuli Cove the simplest way is to take float plane from Homer or a decent size boat seeing as there's 25 miles of open water (Kennedy Enterance) to cross.
Amatuli Cove lies on the northwest side of East Amatuli Island and provides a good break from the wind. A stream feeds the head of the cove, and there is scattered kelp patches in and around the cove. The cove provides good anchorage for moderate sized vessels.
Amatuli Cove has a beach, that leads up a small valley between steep tree-less slopes.
Young Glaucous-winged gulls are raised on the shores of the cove.
Named by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in 1908.