PROFILE Maps; Google Map Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Nieuwerkerk Note: Mount Nieuwerkerk is a twin underwater volcano with peaks at each other lk. 7 km. Peak I and II are separated by a saddle with a depth of 600 m from Peak II. Nieuwerkerk is an underwater volcano in the Banda Sea, Indonesia. Together with the
PROFILE Maps; Google Map Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Banua Wuhu; Mt. Banua Buaya; Note: Banua Wuhu submarine volcano rises more than 400 m from the sea floor in the Sangihe Islands of Indonesia. Historical records show that several ephemeral islands are formed and disappeared. A 90 m high island was formed in 1835, but then
PROFILE Maps; Google Map Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Hobal Note: Not much data about this mountain. Because of its location under the sea, the tourism potential around mt. Hobal is a beach scene combined with the phenomenon of underwater volcanoes, as well as the surrounding form of the ranks of mt. Ili Gripe and mt.