|Land mass||Doumer Island , Palmer Archipelago|
The Ensenada Echeverry (in Argentina Ensenada Sarandí ) is a bay in the central western section of the north coast of Doumer Island in the Palmer Archipelago west of the Antarctic Peninsula . It opens to the Neumayer Canal .
Chilean scientists named it after the marine biologist Héctor Echeverry, a participant in the 5th Chilean Antarctic Expedition (1950–1951). The background of the Argentine naming is not known.