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53 ° 36' 49" N, 167 ° 9' 26" W
Aleutians West (CA)
436 ft (132.89 m)
W coast of Unalaska I., Aleutian Islands.
Named by U.S. Bureau of Fisheries (USBF) in 1888. This cape was called "Mys Mokrovskoy" meaning "wet cape" by Captain Sarichev, (1826, map 14, dated 1792), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN).
Alimuda Bay, Buck Bight, Canyon Cove, Kashega Bay, Kismaliuk Bay, Kuliliak Bay, Lion Bight, Makushin Bay, McIver Bight, Pumicestone Bay, Skan Bay, Volcano Bay,
Cape Starichkof, Eagle Point, Iitaax, Kashega Point, Kof Point, Makushin Point, Manning Point, Repetition Point, Sedanka Point, Skan Point, Spray Cape, Trava Point, Williwaw Point,
Buck Island, Dome Rock, Lion Rock, Nest Rock, Perch Rock, Priest Rock,
East Bogoslof Canyon,
Kashega, Makushin, Sedanka (historical),