NE coast of Unalaska Island, indenting the SW coast of the Kenai Peninsula W of Russian Point, near the S entrance to Port Graham, Aleutian Islands. 0.6 mile wide.
Aleut name reported by Captain James Cook (1785,v.2.p.424) RN, as "Samganoodha." Lieutenant Sarichev (1826, map 14), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), published the name as "Zaliv Samganuda" or "Samganuda Bay". Because Cook surveyed the area, Father Veniaminov (1840,v.1,p165) called it "Angliiskii" or "English."
Agamgik Bay, Agiisax, Amugul Bay, Beaver Inlet, Chugaagix-udax, Constantine Bay, Deep Bay, English Bay, Flat Bight, Idilmaagim Naga, Kalekta Bay, Malga Bay, Morris Cove, Reef Bight, Sisek Cove, Small Bay, Strait Bay, Summer Bay, Udagak Bay, Udamat Bay, Ugadaga Bay,
Agaan Qagangaa, Agamgim Yaga, Brundage Head, Cape Kalekta, Cape Morgan, Cape Sedanka, Chaluuknam Yaga, Chaxsxin Kadaa, Erskine Point, Fishermans Point, Idilmaax, Qawa-chunguxtan, Qigaan-kadaa, Reef Point, Tanaxsiqax, Uugdagan-yaga,
The Signals, Eagle Rock, Egg Island, Inner Signal, Ixsaxsxin, Old Man Rocks, Outer, Outer Signal, Qusiixtax, Qyanan, Round Island, Second Priest Rock, Sedanka Island, Tan-gaagamax, Tan-gan, Triplet Rocks, Unalga Island,