Channel
Channel, channels, and similar terms may refer to:
Guernsey set to celebrate 70 years of liberation from Nazis 
This tiny outpost in the Channel has long been the subject of territorial battles. But with beautiful walks, quaint villages and a very special year ahead, Guernsey is celebrating an exciting future.
Gossard Channel
Gossard Channel (66°5′S 101°13′E / 66.083°S 101.217°E / -66.083; 101.217 101°13′E / 66.083°S 101.217°E / -66.083; 101.217) is a narrow channel extending...
Vlie
The Vlie or Vliestroom is the seaway between the Dutch islands of Vlieland, to its northeast, and Terschelling, to its southwest. The Vlie was the estuary of the river IJssel in medieval times. In 166...
Vlie - Wikipedia
Canal de São Vicente
The Canal de São Vicente is a channel separating the islands of Santo Antão and São Vicente. Its length is around 10 to 20 km and the width is approximately 15 km. The second closest dista...
Kea Channel
The Kea Channel, is a passage of water in the Aegean Sea, lying between the islands of Kea and Makronisos, just off Cape Sounion, Attica on the mainland of Greece. It is the location of the wreck of H...
Uraga Channel
The Uraga Channel (浦賀水道, Uraga-suidō) is a waterway connecting Tokyo Bay to the Sagami Gulf. It is an important channel for ships headed from Tokyo, Yokohama, and Chiba to the Pacific Ocean an...
Uraga Channel - Wikipedia
Robertson Channel
Robertson Channel (66°19′S 110°29′E / 66.317°S 110.483°E / -66.317; 110.483 110°29′E / 66.317°S 110.483°E / -66.317; 110.483) is a body of water separat...
Geographe Channel
The Geographe Channel is an arm of the Indian Ocean between Bernier Island and Dorre Island (to the west) and the mainland of Western Australia (to the east). It is the northern part of Shark Bay.
Heron Passage
Heron Passage (54°0′S 38°11′W / 54.000°S 38.183°W / -54.000; -38.183 38°11′W / 54.000°S 38.183°W / -54.000; -38.183) is a channel between Vaughan Island...
Cuniculi
A Cuniculus, plural cuniculi, is a diversionary water channel, used by ancient civilizations on the Italian Peninsula. As the general ancient Italian use derives from the Etruscan use, the term has a...
Cuniculi - Wikipedia
Alert Channel
Alert Channel (54°10′S 36°42′W / 54.167°S 36.700°W / -54.167; -36.700 36°42′W / 54.167°S 36.700°W / -54.167; -36.700) is a small channel between Whaler ...
Hani Kandu
Hani Kandu is the channel in between Kaafu Atoll Gaafaru and North Male' Atoll of the Maldives.
Kardiva Channel
Kardiva Channel (Dv: Kaashidhu Kandu) is a broad channel running from southwest to northeast and cutting across the Maldive atoll chain. This channel divides the Northern from the Central atolls of th...
Main Channel
Main Channel (54°10′S 36°42′W / 54.167°S 36.700°W / -54.167; -36.700 36°42′W / 54.167°S 36.700°W / -54.167; -36.700) is a small channel lying south of t...
Channels of the Maldives
There are broad channels between the Atolls of the Maldives known locally as 'kandu'. The deepness and broadness of the channels vary from channel to channel. There are 20 major channels of the Maldiv...
Channels of the Maldives - Wikipedia
Veerse Gat
The Veerse Gat or Veeregat was the sea channel between Walcheren and Noord-Beveland islands in Zeeland in the Netherlands. In 1961 as part of the Delta Plan it was blocked off and made into an inland ...
Fulidhoo Kandu
Fulidhoo Kandu is the channel to the south of South Male' Atoll and to the north of Vaavu Atoll of the Maldives.
Addu Kandu
Addu Kandu, Dv. for "Addu Channel", is the traditional name of the broad channel between Huvadhu Atoll and Addu Atoll in the south of Maldives. In the British Admiralty charts it is called Equatorial ...