extends W off Clarence Strait, on E coast of Prince of Wales I. N of Cholmondeley Sound, Alex. Arch.
This feature was surveyed and named "Thomas Bay" in 1885 by Lieutenant Cmdr. Richardson C. Clover, U.S. Navy (USN); later changed to Clover Bay by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS) "to prevent confusion with another Thomas Bay in the Alexander Archipelago." The present name commemorates Clover himself.
Port Johnson, Aiken Cove, Brennan Bay, Cannery Cove, Cholmondeley Sound, Clarno Cove, Clover Bay, Dolomi Bay, Dora Bay, Dutch Harbor, French Harbor, Kasaan Bay, Kitkun Bay, Lancaster Cove, Linney Bay, North Arm Moira Sound, Nowiskay Cove, Saltery Cove, Skowl Arm, Smith Cove, Smith Lagoon, South Arm Cholmondeley Sound, Spiral Cove, Sunny Cove, Trollers Cove, West Arm Cholmondeley Sound,
Point Halliday, Point Jansen, Adams Point, Anderson Point, Approach Point, Caamano Point, Cannery Point, Chasina Point, Clover Point, Divide Head, Doctor Point, Giants Head, Grindall Point, Inner Point, Island Point, Kasaan Point, Khayyam Point, Moss Point, Scraggy Point, Skowl Point, Sunny Point, Windy Point,
Almguist Rock, Beck Rock, Chasina Island, Daisy Island, Deichman Island, Grindall Island, High Island, Hump Island, Kasaan Island, King Island, Kluanil Island, Moira Rock, Patterson Island, Peacock Island, Skin Island, Skowl Island, Streets Island, Wedge Island, Wedge Islands,