Charts 4766, 4765
Kangalasiorvik Bay is misnamed Bears Gut on charts 4765and 4766. It provides good shelter in moderate depth with apparently good holding.
From the N the entrance is wide and clear except for a group of rocks about half a mile NW of Kangalasiorvik Island. These rocks break in a moderate swell. In poor visibility the safest route is to close the mainland coast well north of the N end of Kangalasiorvik Island and follow the mainland coast S into the bay.
From the S there is a narrow but clear passage between the mainland and some drying rocks off the skerries to the SW of Kangalasiorvik Island.
Iron Bark anchored on the W side of the bay as shown, well sheltered from all direction in 21 ft (6.5m) mud and weed. The surrounding mountains may produce williwaws.