off Tuxekan Passage, W coast of Prince of Wales I. Alex. Arch.
Named "Naukatee Bay" in 1904 by E. F. Dickins, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS), who wrote "Indian name for this inlet from information given by Captain Cyrus Orr."
Chusini Cove, Clam Cove, Guhao Inlet, Gutchi Cove, Indian Garden Bay, Jinhi Bay, Kaguk Cove, Kahli Cove, Kaigao Cove, Kaikli Cove, Karheen Cove, Little Naukati Bay, Naukati Bay, Nichin Cove, Nossuk Bay, Nundei Cove, Rocky Bay, Rocky Cove, Salt Lake Bay, Sarheen Cove, Sarkar Cove, Squam Bay, Surku Cove, Tunga Inlet, Yahku Cove,
Point Swift, Ahtun Point, Dargun Point, Guktu Point, Istku Point, Kaigao Point, Kaishi Point, Kauda Point, Kinani Point, Kugun Point, Kussan Point, Kutegi Point, Kwati Point, Sarkar Point, Shikat Point, Tahka Point, Turn Point, White Point,
Aikens Rock, Brockman Island, Burnt Island, Cap Island, Chapin Island, Clam Island, Cob Island, Dasani Islands, Dot Island, El Capitan Island, Elghi Island, Flat Island, Graveyard Island, Hauti Island, Hub Rock, Kassan Islands, Keski Island, Klinau Island, Knob Island, Mabel Island, North Island, Point Swift Rock, Point Swift Rock, Rookery Islands, San Island, Sangao Island, Scott Island, Scow Island, Sigh Islands, Singa Island, Spanberg Island, Staney Island, Stevenson Island, Suhti Island, Teal Island, Tenass Island, Thorne Island, Trim Island, Tuxekan Island, Twin Islands, Village Rock,