at W entrance to Kazakof Bay, 7 mi. NE of Afognak, on SE coast of Afognak I., N of Kodiak I.
Russian name meaning "Cape Cossack" given as "M(ys) Kozakovskiy" by Sub-Lt. Mikhail Murashev, Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), in 1839 or 1840 and published on Chart 1425 in 1849 by the Russian Hydrographic Dept. This name was applied to Cape Kostromitinof, at east entrance to Kazakof Bay, by Captain Tebenkov (1852, map 23), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN). See Cape Kostromitinof.
Afognak Bay, Anton Larsen Bay, Back Bay, Back Bay, Balika Basin, Balika Cove, Duck Bay, Fox Bay, Island Bay, Kazakof Bay, Knee Bay, Marka Bay, Mary Anderson Bay, Neva Cove, Selezen Bay, Shakmanof Cove, Sunny Cove, Trip Cove,
Afognak Point, Azimuth Point, Bare Point, Bird Point, Black Point, Cape Kazakof, Cape Kostromitinof, Course Point, Crag Point, Dirovati Point, Dolphin Point, Entrance Point, Far Point, Graveyard Point, Head Point, Inner Point, Kizhuyak Point, Last Point, Lipsett Point, Near Point, North Cape, Opasni Point, Orient Point, Otmeloi Point, Otrubistoi Point, Ouzinkie Point, Posliedni Point, Rivermouth Point, Seredni Point, Settlement Point, Shakmanof Point, Talnik Point, Uzkosti Point, Yuzhni Point, Zapadni Point,
Afognak Island, Afognak Island, Alexander Island, Arnkil Island, Dot Island, Hog Island, Koniuji Island, Lamb Island, Larsen Island, Larsen Island, Low Island, Nelson Island, Parrot Island, Prokoda Island, Spruce Island, Stripe Rock, Taliudek Island, Three Brothers, Treeless Island, The Triplets, Whale Island, Winter Island, Wooded Island,