Baltic Sea

The Baltic Sea is a salty local sea that lies in Northern Europe, from 53°N to 66°N latitude and from 20°E to 26°E longitude. It is surrounded by the Scandinavian Peninsula, the mainland of Europe, and the Danish islands. It draws off into the Kattegat through the way of the Øresund, the Little Belt and the Great Belt. The Kattegat continues via Skagerrak into the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. The Baltic Sea is connects to the White Sea through the White Sea Canal by artificial channel, and it connects to the North Sea through the Kiel Canal. The Baltic Sea is surrounded on its north by the Gulf of Bothnia, on its east edge by the Gulf of Riga and on its northeast by the Gulf of Finland

Dimensions: The Baltic Sea covers about 1600 km (1000 mi) length, and an average of 193 km (120 mi) width, and depth of about 55 m (180 ft, 30 fathoms); the surface area of the sea is about 377,000 km² and its volume is about 20,000 km³. The greatest depth is about 459 m (1506 ft), on the Swedish side of the center.

List of Seas in Atlantic Ocean

Adriatic Sea
Gulf of Mexico
Aegean Sea
Gulf of Sidra
Alboran Sea
Gulf of StLawrence
Argentine Sea
Gulf of Venezuela
Bay of Biscay
Ionian Sea
Bay of Bothnia
Labrador Sea
Bay of Campeche
Ligurian Sea