Covadonga Harbor

Covadonga Harbor is a small extension of the northeast corner of immediately south of , . It was named by the Chilean Antarctic Expedition after their ship Covadonga, which first used this anchorage in 1947–48.

Notable Places in the Area

, also Base Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins Riquelme… is situated 310 metres southwest of Covadonga Harbor. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 3.0.

Island
is an island lying 0.6 kilometres west of in the , Antarctica. is situated 1 km west of Covadonga Harbor. Photo: SERGIO GONZALEZ ALARCON, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is an island in the . It lies 0.4 kilometres south of the eastern end of and a like distance from the northern coast of . is situated 1 km north of Covadonga Harbor.

Islet
is an island immediately southwest of in the of Antarctica. is situated 1 km west of Covadonga Harbor.

Covadonga Harbor

Latitude
-63.3183° or 63° 19' 5.8" south
Longitude
-57.8971° or 57° 53' 49.6" west
Open Location Code
3884M4J3+M5
Geo­Names ID
6631562

Also Known As

  • Chinese: 科瓦東加港
  • English: Covadonga Harbour
  • German: Covadonga Harbor
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Covadonga Harbor
  • Swedish: Covadonga, Rada

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