PHOTO TOUR OF THE ISLAND
Map: Courtesy Rand McNally International Atlas
The U.S. Territory of Navassa Island is located about seventy miles northeast of Morant Point, Jamaica, and about forty miles west of Anse d'Hainault on the southern peninsula of Haiti. The island is about two square miles in area.
Scan: Courtesy of Professor John Stilgoe, Harvard University
The photos that follow are from a video courtesy of the U.S. Coast Guard.
Thanks to the U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Insular Affairs, for supplying a copy.
Go to 2 of 14 North shore from the air
Go to 3 of 14 Eastern cape
Go to 4 of 14 South Point
Go to 5 of 14 Lulu Bay (landing point) from air
Go to 6 of 14 Landing by sea
Go to 7 of 14 Climbing up onto the island
Go to 8 of 14 Fish caught in Navassan waters
Go to 9 of 14 Sea turtle
Go to 10 of 14 Moving inland
Go to 11 of 14 Lighthouse
Go to 12 of 14 Keeper's House
Go to 13 of 14 Lighthouse with sun behind
Go to 14 of 14 Lulu Bay leaving
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