One year later and this is still an annoying missing part when flying around San Diego where I learned to fly in real life.
The Coronado Islands just South of San Diego and 8 miles off the shore of Baja California Mexico have the satellite ground shown but no elevation data. These are not flat in real life and quite impressive.
North Coronado** has no bay but boats can anchor on a jetty on the eastern side.
- Location: 32°26.45′N 117°17.85′W
- Size: 460,000 m2 (110 acres)
- Height: 153 m (502 ft)
- Length: 800 m (2,625 ft)
Pilón de Azúcar** (Pile of Sugar) It has little vegetation but flocks of birds nest here.
- Location: 32°25.45′N 117°15.75′W
- Size: 70,000 m2 (17 acres)
- Height: 33 m (108 ft)
Central Coronado** has a rocky peak with a heap of cactus and scrubs near the summit.
- Location: 32°25.05′N 117°15.63′W
- Size: 140,000 m2 (35 acres)
- Height: 32 m (105 ft)
South Coronado** has the only bay of the islands, called ‘Puerto Cueva’ (“Cave Port”). There is a lighthouse at each end of the island.
- Location: 32°24.5′N 117°14.75′W
- Size: 1.83 km2 (0.71 sq mi; 450 acres)
- Height: 220 m (722 ft)
- Length: 3,200 m (10,499 ft)
- Width: 800 m (2,625 ft)