Marath Bay

The Storm Sea Coast's largest and most trafficked body of water is Marath Bay, with Kembar at it's mouth and Ennis at it's top. Marath Bay is deep, and very navigable, with reliable currents and a tendency for swift wind, making the water choppy but easy to ply. Small pods of whales and other large sea creatures, even walrus and seals, are a common sight here, sheltering from the open ocean, and some will often ride in the wake of large vessels if they feel they are not perspective prey. Given that men do not venture into the open ocean they have little interest in whaling and so this is a common sight.