Horseshoe Bay (body of water)

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Horseshoe Bay
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Horseshoe Bay
Ocean/sea sourcesOlympic Ocean, Kasuum Sea, Tarin Sea
Basin countriesZamastan, Gladysynthia
Surface area689,500 km2 (266,200 sq mi)
Average depth600 m (2,000 ft)
Max. depth3,203 m (10,509 ft)
SettlementsTofino, Danaska, Horseshoe Bay, Providence, Kelowna, Jade Harbor, White Rock, Lower Tariel, Alberni

For the city of the same name, see: Horseshoe Bay

Horseshoe Bay is a large bay adjacent to the Tarin Sea and Kasuum Sea, largely surrounded by the extension northern islands of Zamastan. Although not geographically apparent, it is an ocean basin and a marginal sea of the Olympic Ocean. It is bounded by the continent of Euronia and the nations of Zamastan and Gladysynthia.


The bay is named for Percilion Horseshoe, a Quetanan explorer who came across the body of water during his 1509 voyage to Euronia. Horseshoe Bay encompasses 689,500 km2 (266,200 sq mi), making it the second-largest water body using the term "bay" in the world (after Titania Bay, but often tied alongside Lerbin Bay, Elkjop Bay, and Siena Bay.)



Marine Life