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Fogo Island is separated from the mainland by Hamilton Sound, a body of water about wide. The island has two major bays: Fogo Harbour and Tilting Harbour, both located on the west side of the island. There are several smaller bays along this coast as well. The eastern shore is rocky and irregular; there are no harbours or anchorages on that side except for one small cove at Cape Ray (the southernmost point). On its western shore, Fogo Island has many harbours which provide shelter to vessels in bad weather; these include Port Saunders (on the north), Tilting Cove (in between), Tickle Bay and Change Islands Bay near St John's Point at its northern end. The main settlement area lies around Fogo Village situated in Tickle Bay just off Hamilton Sound where most people live year-round due to employment opportunities with local companies such as Atlantic Canada Fish Ltd., Cooke Aquaculture Inc., Ocean Choice International Ltd., Northern Cod Products Co-operative Limited/Norebo Holding AS etc.