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The timezone in Middle Island is Atlantic/Bermuda
Sunrise at 05:17 and Sunset at 19:14. It's light
Latitude. 32.3116667°, Longitude. -64.8630556°
Geographic features & Photographs around Middle Island, in Sandys, Bermuda
- a tract of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water at high water.
- Middle Island (0km)
- Outer Island (0.2km)
- Inner Island (0.2km)
- One Tree Island (0.4km)
- Current Island (1.1km)
- Watford Island (1.1km)
- Boaz Island (1.3km)
- Malabar Island (1.3km)
- Hospital Island (2.1km)
- Somerset Island (2.1km)
- Crawl Island (2.2km)
- Regatta Island (2.4km)
- Daniel's Island (2.6km)
- Moresby's Island (2.8km)
- Ireland Island (2.9km)
- Cross Island (3.3km)
- a small coastal indentation, smaller than a bay.
Accommodation around Middle Island
- conspicuous, isolated rocky masses.
- The Quintons (1.1km)
- docking basin;
- a part of a harbor where ships dock.
- South Basin (3.5km)
- a structure built for permanent use, as a house, factory, etc..
- H.M.S. Malabar (3km)
- an elongate area of land projecting into a body of water and nearly surrounded by water.
- Daniel's Head (2.3km)
- a conspicuous, isolated rocky mass.
- Grey Rock (1.5km)
- a shallow coastal waterbody, completely or partly separated from a larger body of water by a barrier island, coral reef or other depositional feature.
- The Lagoon (2.2km)
- a relatively narrow waterway, usually narrower and less extensive than a sound, connecting two larger bodies of water.
- Camber (1.1km)
- first-order administrative division;
- a primary administrative division of a country, such as a state in the United States.
- Sandys Parish (3km)
- an extensive area of comparatively level to gently undulating land, lacking surface irregularities, and usually adjacent to a higher area.
- Moresby's Plain (3.3km)
- section of island;
- part of a larger island.
- Ireland Island South (2.3km)
- the deepest part of a stream, bay, lagoon, or strait, through which the main current flows.
- Cockburn's Cut (2.9km)
- a structure of solid construction along a shore or bank which provides berthing for ships and which generally provides cargo handling facilities.
- King's Wharf (3.6km)
- a shore zone of coarse unconsolidated sediment that extends from the low-water line to the highest reach of storm waves.
- Cambridge Beaches (0.8km)