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Aquitaine Bay .:. an Irukandji simulator by Xay Tomsen

Aquitaine Bay ~ a virtual world sim in Second Life by Xay Tomsen

Aquitaine Bay map

The scenic region, Aquitaine Bay, was located in western Irukandji in Second Life.

One of the last simulators I brought online in Second Life, Aquitaine Bay formed part of the 'former French colony' themed Kalamat State.

Clockwise from NW, Aquitaine Bay was bordered by Mantaray Shoals, Coraki Lagoons, Byron Bay, Split Rock Mountain, Crystal Atolls, Baie de Triomphe, Rainbow Reef, and Palu Island.

Aquitaine Bay was predominantly a scenic region with no parcels ever offered for sale. The Trans Irukandji Causeway traversed the region from northwest to southwest.

A noteworty feature of Aquitaine Bay was that it served as the outlet for a large naval submarine tunnel. A massive construction project that took around a week to complete, the tunnel ran the full length of neighbouring Split Rock Mountain all the way to the palace at Hephaistion, a total distance of around 500 metres.

Only one photograph survives of Aquitaine Bay which you can find below, plus the map up top which shows its location in the Irukandji continent. If you happen to have some photos of Aquitaine Bay, please let me know via the comments box at the bottom of this page.

If you would like to explore more of the Irukandji continent, check out the main Islands of Irukandji page.

Andrew Thompson a.k.a. Xay Tomsen


Aquitaine Bay Photo Gallery

Aerial shot of Aquitaine Bay
Distant aerial shot of Aquitaine Bay
30 October 2008

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