Geography of Bermuda Triangle

The vertices of the triangle (see map) are Bermuda, Puerto Rico and Miami, Florida (or southern cape of Florida). However, these boundaries are not considered too punctually. Proponents of the existence of the mysterious Bermuda Triangle is well aware that in this case is excluded from its limits a very important area of water north of Cuba and Haiti. Therefore, the triangle in different ways correct: some acceding part of the Gulf of Mexico or even the entire bay completely, others – the northern part of the Caribbean Sea.
Many continue the Bermuda Triangle to the east to the Atlantic Ocean up to the Azores, some overly zealous head with joy pushed to its limit even further to the north. Consequently, the Bermuda triangle is not strictly limited geographical area, as, for example.
Bay of Bengal or the Bering Sea. Nor is it institutionalized geographical name. Therefore, written with a lowercase letter. If we insist on the classic triangle bounded by these three vertices, then in the end we see that almost half of all the mysterious disappearances that are so famous triangle, it will not be included. Some of these cases occurred in the far eastern Atlantic, while others, in a strip of water between the triangle and the coast of the United States, and others – in the Gulf of Mexico or the Caribbean.

Area of the Bermuda Triangle in its classical boundaries between Bermuda, Miami, Florida and Puerto Rico is a little more than 1 million km2. This is a respectable part of the ocean and seabed, respectively, and the atmosphere above the ocean.

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