Saint Lucia Channel

  (Redirected from St. Lucia Straits)

Saint Lucia Channel is a strait in the Caribbean that separates French island Martinique, to the north, and Saint Lucia, in the south. It is a pathway between Caribbean sea and Atlantic ocean.[1]
The Diamond Rock is in the St. Lucia Canal.

Saint Lucia Channel
Saint Lucia Channel is located in Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia Channel
Saint Lucia Channel
Saint Lucia Channel is located in Caribbean
Saint Lucia Channel
Saint Lucia Channel
Coordinates14°09′N 60°57′W / 14.150°N 60.950°W / 14.150; -60.950Coordinates: 14°09′N 60°57′W / 14.150°N 60.950°W / 14.150; -60.950
Basin countriesSaint Lucia
Martinique
Max. length8 miles (13 km) ~ 13 miles (21 km)
Max. width17 miles (27 km)
Saint Lucia with Saint Lucia Channel at the top

HistoryEdit

On August 17, 2007, Hurricane Dean crossed the channel as a Category 2 storm.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ana G. López Martín International Straits: Concept, Classification and Rules of Passage. 218 pages. Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media, 2010 ISBN 9783642129063