Serrano Point

Serrano Point is an ice-free point on the northwest coast of Discovery Bay, Greenwich Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica named by the 1947 Chilean Antarctic Expedition after First Lieutenant Fernando Serrano, doctor on the expedition frigate Iquique.


The point is located at 62°27′30″S 59°43′53″W / 62.45833°S 59.73139°W / -62.45833; -59.73139 which is 1.66 km south by west of Spark Point, 4.07 km west-northwest of Ash Point, 4.31 km north of Labbé Point and 2.17 km northeast of Ortiz Point (Chilean mapping in 1951, British in 1968, and Bulgarian in 2005 and 2009).



  • SCAR Composite Antarctic Gazetteer.
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