Allows Pacific Ocean to reach 50 miles inland
A complex system of channels, inlets, estuaries and islands, Puget Sound is a body of water that connects to the Pacific Ocean through the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The connection of the waters allows the warm Pacific waters reach inland 50 miles providing all-weather ports for ocean-going ships. The area around it is referred to as the Puget Sound region and the city of Seattle lies at its center.
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