extends SE off Bucareli Bay, on W coast of Prince of Wales I., Alex. Arch.
Named "Canos del Trocadero" on June 1, 1779, by Francisco Antonio Maurelle. "Trocadero was the name of a fort in the Bay of Cadiz. Adopted by Captain George Vancouver, Royal Navy (RN), under the same name, except that he spelled it with an 'F'" (Wagner, 1937, p. 420).
Port Bagial, Port Caldera, Port Saint Nicholas, Big Bay, Bobs Bay, Breezy Bay, Crab Bay, Crab Trap Cove, Diver Bay, Doyle Bay, Farallon Bay, Goat Mouth Inlet, Hole-in-the-Wall, Klawock Inlet, Natzuhini Bay, North Bay, San Alberto Bay, Shelter Cove, Soda Bay, Soda Bay, Trocadero Bay,
Point Miraballes, Point Saint Sebastian, Point Batan, Point Iphigenia, Point Lomas, Agueda Point, Boreas Point, Canoe Point, Cape Suspiro, Cayman Point, Cemetery Point, Diver Point, Eagle Point, Entrance Point, Halibut Nose, Hassler Point, Horn Point, Natalia Point, Perlas Point, Punta de los Almos, Punta De los Islotillos, Point San Antonio, Tranquil Point, Turn Point, Whisker Point,
Abbess Island, Balandra Island, Ballena Islands, Block Island, Bush Islets, Canas Island, Clam Island, Cole Island, Comma Island, Coronados Islands, Craig Island, Culebrina Island, Deadman Island, Fish Egg Island, Fishhook Island, Fort Islet, Goat Island, Guide Island, Horseshoe Island, Klawock Island, Ladrones Islands, Lone Tree Island, Madre de Dios Island, Meares Island, Middle Island, Midway Island, Mushroom Island, Natalia Island, Panhandle Island, Parida Island, Passage Island, Peratrovich Island, Rancheria Island, Ridge Island, Round Island, San Juanito Island, Scrag Islands, The Sentinels, Shelikof Island, Signal Island, Snag Island, Sombrero Island, Spook Island, Toti Island, Ulloa Island, Unlucky Island, Wadleigh Island, Wadleigh Rock, The Witnesses,