extends S off Cholmondeley Sound, on SE coast of Prince of Wales I., 40 mi. SE of Craig, Alex. Arch. 4 miles long.
Named in 1886 by Lieutenant Commander R. Clover, U.S. Navy (USN), for the steamer Dora, one of Alaska's most famous vessels with a record of over 40 years of service in northern waters. See Brooks (1953, p. 402).
Aiken Cove, Brennan Bay, Cannery Cove, Cholmondeley Sound, Clarno Cove, Clover Bay, Dickman Bay, Dolomi Bay, Dora Bay, Kegan Cove, Kitkun Bay, Lancaster Cove, Little Goose Bay, McKenzie Inlet, Moira Sound, Niblack Anchorage, North Arm Moira Sound, Nowiskay Cove, Paul Bight, Saltery Cove, Skowl Arm, South Arm Cholmondeley Sound, Spiral Cove, Sunny Cove, Trollers Cove, West Arm Cholmondeley Sound,
Point Halliday, Point Jansen, Anderson Point, Black Point, Cannery Point, Clover Point, Crowell Point, Divide Head, Doctor Point, Giants Head, Island Point, Khayyam Point, Moss Point, Scraggy Point, Skowl Point, Sunny Point, Thumb Point,
Almguist Rock, Beck Rock, Chasina Island, Clare Island, Deichman Island, East Sentinel Island, Egg Islands, High Island, Hump Island, King Island, Kluanil Island, McKenzie Rock, Patterson Island, Peacock Island, Red Rock, Skin Island, Skowl Island, West Sentinel Island,