5.5 mi. SW of Salt Island, on N coast of Atka I., Aleutian Islands.
Descriptive name which was published by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS) in the 1944 Aleutian Coast Pilot (p. 96), was given "because a low valley between the head land and the main shore gave it the appearance of an island to ships approaching from the west."
Aaxsax, Adgayulix, Adgayuulgix, Alax Hatax, Anuqichxalux, Asadas Qakuudguu, Asuzudaagamax, Asuzudam Ikladgucha, Asuzudax, Banner Bay, Beaver Bay, Bluefox Bay, Chuguuxsax, Deep Bay, Explorer Bay, Haanugim-kangchii, Haanugix, Hachuugix Umyagix, Hyanasxaa, Igzangtusix, Ikuutas Qalingis, Ingyuqax, Kahngadgagix, Kovurof Bay, Nusax, Qiigaa Adux, Qunikax, Quusax, Quusax Galga, Smutim Qala, Suung Naagix Chaxaa, Suung Qigaagix Chaxaa, Tagugasix, Tillamook Cove, Utxis Udaa, Uzax Hacha, Wall Bay,
Alaginiigux, Angix, Anuqim-yaaga, Asuzudam-yaaga, Ayuxas Yaaga, Banner Point, Cape Tadluk, Cape Taldluk, Chaqisxa, Chuguuxsam-hidaluu, Haanugim-yaaga, Hyaagatum Hidaluu, Ikazagan Yaaga, Island Point, Kovurof Point, Podsopochni Point, Qakuudgum-yaaga, Qaxsadgagim-yaaga, Qunikam-yaaga, Sergief Peninsula, Suung Kadaa, Txaglum-changii, Utxis Yaaga,