is a large bay at the southern end of the island of Barbuda
in the Caribbean
. Its coastline runs roughly east-west and lies between the island's two southernmost points, Coco Point
in the west and Spanish Point
in the east. An airfield lies close to the western end of the bay, and a large lagoon
lies immediately to the bay's north.
The bay is a favoured yacht anchorage and is popular with snorkellers.
- Miller, D. (ed.) (2005) Caribbean Islands. (4th edition). Footscray, VIC: Lonely Planet.
- Scott, C. R. (ed.) (2005) Insight guide: Caribbean (5th edition). London: Apa Publications.