Glasgow Bay

Glasgow Bay is locally known as Island Bay due to the island at the entrance of the bay.

Rocky cliffs surround this bay and the lack of beach suggests there landing is impractical. Good location for scuba diving and crayfish diving.

Glasgow Bay is exposed and one must be extremely familiar to anchor here, although it is good in a NW.

Please note that this bay can become very dangerous in a southerly.

Popularity
Seldom used
Anchorage
Undesirable, however it is rocky so may have some rocks to snarl on for temporary anchoring during calm conditions
Shelter
May find some shelter in N/NW but not in South sector winds
Holding
Good
Depth
Deep (>10m)
Type of beach
No Beach, Rocky foreshore
Swimming/recreation
Diving | Fishing
Moorings
None