The Ladrillero Channel is a strait between Angamos Island and Stosch Island in the Magallanes Region of Chile. It forms, with the Picton Channel and the Fallos Channel, an optional route to the Messier Channel-Grappler Channel-Wide Channel. It has several arms or fiords.
The channel is named after Juan Ladrillero, a Spanish explorer of the southern coast of Chile in the 16th century. In the South America Pilot, it is still called Stosch Channel.[clarification needed]
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