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Tower Island is an Antarctic island 9 kilometres (5 nmi) long and 305 m (1,001 ft) high. It marks the north-east extent of Palmer Archipelago. It lies 37 kilometres (20 nmi) north-east of Trinity Island, separated by Gilbert Strait. Both islands are separated from the Davis Coast to the south by Orléans Strait, running northeast-southwest.[1] The Pearl Rocks lie off the West Coast of Tower Island.[2]

The island was named on 30 January 1820 by Edward Bransfield, Master, Royal Navy, who described it as a round island.[3]