Gulf of Tolo
|Gulf of Tolo|
|also known as the Bay of Tolo|
|Native name||Teluk Tolo (Indonesian)|
|Primary inflows||Banda Sea|
|References||Teluk Tolo: Indonesia National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Bethesda, MD, USA|
The Gulf of Tolo (Indonesian: Teluk Tolo or Towori), also known as the Bay of Tolo, is the body of water lying between the eastern and south-eastern peninsulas of the island of Sulawesi (Celebes) in Indonesia.
Unlike the Gulf of Tomini to its north or the Gulf of Boni to its south-west, the Bay of Tolo is not recognized as a gulf by the International Hydrographic Organization. Instead, it is included in the area of the Banda Sea.
- IHO (1953), §48 (d).
- IHO (1953), §48 (k).
- IHO (1953), §48 (g).
- Limits of Oceans and Seas, 3rd ed. (PDF), International Hydrographic Organization, 1953, archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-10-05, retrieved 29 December 2020.