E coast of Attu I., Aleutian Islands.
Russian name "Sarana" meaning "lily," referring to a kind of fern which grew extensively on Kamchatka and from which liquor was made for Vitus Bering's expedition (Bancroft, 1886, p. 57). The name was reported as "Sarannaia" by Captain Lutke (1836, p. 329), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN).
Alexai Cove, Bedard Cove, Blind Cove, Casco Cove, Chichagof Harbor, East Arm Holtz Bay, Hodikof Bay, Holtz Bay, Kelliher Cove, Kelliher Cove, Massacre Bay, Navy Cove, Pyramid Cove, Sarana Bay, West Arm Holtz Bay,
Point Poker, Point Black, Alexai Point, Barbara Point, Buchanan Point, Casco Point, Center Point, Chichagof Point, Chirikof Point, Golstov Point, Goltsov Point, Hodikof Point, Hook Point, Point Hope, Khlebnikof Point, Krasni Point, Krupa Point, Murder Point, Pisa Point, Range Point, Square Point,
Akuchin Rocks, Bashmakoff Rocks, Chaloo-ga Rocks, Chuckskin Rocks, Cooper Islands, Gibson Island, Hodikof Island, Hoppe Island, Inner Rocks, Kennon Island, Loaf Island, Middle Rocks, Outer Rock, Savage Island, Sootin Rocks,
Black Mountain, Brewer Peak, Cold Mountain, Cupps Hill, Devils Mountain, East Peak, Matthews Mountain, Middle Peak, Newman Peak, Simson Peak, Southwest Peak, Taylor Peak, Terrible Mountain, Vanderlann Peak, Washburn Peak, West Peak, Weston Mountains,
Aboud Creek, Alexai Creek, Angel Creek, Bassett Creek, Darroh Creek, Eckman Creek, Gawanka Brook, George Creek, Hardy Creek, Kingfisher Creek, McKenzie Creek, Mirror Creek, O-Donnell Creek, Rocky Point Creek, Rucksock Creek, Scout Creek,