St. Paul Island is at the entrance of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, in the Cabot Strait, about 15 miles from Cape Breton and 44 miles from Cape Ray, Newfoundland. The island is three miles long and approximately a mile wide. The island was one of the most dangerous points on the Atlantic Coast, gaining it the name "the Graveyard of the Gulf".
St. Paul Island
Features information about the island, stories, photos, and information about the St. Paul Island Trading Company dive centre.
St. Paul Island South Point Lighthouse
A description of this lighthouse, its present home with the Coast Guard and attempts by the St. Paul Island Historical Society to get it moved to a more appropriate location in Dingwall, near the island.
Last update:April 29, 2016 at 5:15:04 UTC