11.5 mi. NW of Kodiak, between Anton Larsen and Sharatin Bays, Kodiak I.
Name given in 1909 by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS) to eliminate duplication of names in this area. This point was first named "Mys Otrubistoy," from "Otrub," meaning "cape of a surface of a piece cut off," in 1839 or 1840 by Murashev. Baker (1906, p. 139) published "Bluff Cape" as the translation of Murashev's name.
Afognak Point, Bare Point, Bird Point, Black Point, Bruhn Point, Cape Kazakof, Cape Kostromitinof, Chiachi Point, Course Point, Crag Point, Dirovati Point, Dolphin Point, Dovolno Point, Entrance Point, Far Point, Frye Point, Graveyard Point, Head Point, Inner Point, Kekur Point, Kizhuyak Point, Last Point, Leto Point, Lipsett Point, Low Cape, Near Point, Nochlega Point, Nyman Peninsula, Occident Point, Opasni Point, Orient Point, Otmeloi Point, Otrubistoi Point, Ouzinkie Point, Peregrebni Point, Pestchani Point, Pokati Point, Posliedni Point, Rivermouth Point, Seredni Point, Settlement Point, Shakmanof Point, Shannon Point, Shoal Point, Talnik Point, Three Pillar Point, Uzkosti Point, Yuzhni Point, Zapadni Point,
Alexander Island, Arnkil Island, Blodgett Island, Dot Island, Hog Island, Koniuji Island, Lamb Island, Larsen Island, Larsen Island, Low Island, Mary Island, Parrot Island, Prokoda Island, Stripe Rock, Taliudek Island, Three Brothers, Treeless Island, The Triplets, Whale Island, Winter Island, Wooded Island, Zaimka Island,
Lake Aurel, Beaver Lake, Buskin Lake, Lake Caroline, Lake Catherine, Lake Cicely, Dragonfly Lake, Genivieve Lake, Heitman Lake, Horseshoe Lake, Jack Lake, Lake Lee, Lily Pond Lake, Lake Louise, Lake Orbin, Peninsula Lake, Lake Phil,
Barometer Mountain, Cope Mountain, Devils Prongs, Elbow Mountain, Mount Ellison, Erskine Mountain, Heitman Mountain, Katenai Hill, Litnik Mountain, Old Womens Mountain, Pyramid Mountain, Sharatin Mountain,