Information About

Constantine Bay

Quick Facts

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Location

53 ° 57' 11" N,
166 ° 25' 33" W

Region

Aleutians West (CA)

Constantine Bay in Detail.

About

In Unalaska Bay, NE coast of Unalaska I., 7 mi. NE of Unalaska, Aleutian Islands. 0.7 mile wide.

History

Name published by Father Veniaminov (1840, .1, p.163) as "Konstantinovskaya" or "Constantine;" probably named for the Russian American Company's ship Constantine which was wrecked while attempting to enter the bay.

Places Near Constantine Bay
Bars:

Bailey Ledge, Chelan Bank, Iliuliuk Reef, Priest Rock, Swallow Reef,

Bays:

Agamgik Bay, Agiisax, Amugul Bay, Beaver Inlet, Broad Bay, Captains Bay, Constantine Bay, Deep Bay, Dutch Harbor, English Bay, Erskine Bay, Idilmaagim Naga, Iliuliuk Bay, Iliuliuk Harbor, Kalekta Bay, Margaret Bay, Morris Cove, Nateekin Bay, Small Bay, Strait Bay, Summer Bay, Udagak Bay, Udamat Bay, Ugadaga Bay, Unalaska Bay, Uniktali Bay, Wide Bay, Xatacyan Lagoon,

Beaches:

Agnes Beach, Arkansas Beach, Chaluuknax, Chamax, Ququgan,

Capes:

Agaan Qagangaa, Agamgim Yaga, Cape Kalekta, Chaluuknam Yaga, Chaxsxin Kadaa, Devilfish Point, Eider Point, Erskine Point, Fishermans Point, Idilmaax, Obernoi Point, Qawa-chunguxtan, Rocky Point, Spithead, Ulakta Head, Uugdagan-yaga,

Channels:

Udagak Strait,

Cities:

Unalaska,

Cliffs:

Bishops Cap, Passage Point, Princess Head,

Hills:

Bunker Hill, Goblers Knob,

Islands:

Amaknak Island, Amugam-tangingin, Arch Rock, Cave Rock, Dushkot Island, Eagle Rock, Expedition Island, Fish Rock, Fox Islands, Hog Island, Needle Rock, North Rock, Round Island, Second Priest Rock, South Amaknak Rocks, Tuscarora Rock,

Lakes:

Unalaska Lake,

Mountains:

Mount Ballyhoo, Mount Coxcomb, Kiichxix Kangaxtax, Lofty Mountain, Long Mountain, Mount Newhall, Pyramid Peak, Split Top Mountain,

Mountain Passes:

East Channel, South Channel,

Rivers:

Nateekin River, Shaishnikof River,

Streams:

Amugul Creek, Ugadachan Creek,

Cities:

Dutch Harbor, Imagnee (historical), Uknodok (historical),