- smooth sea ice formed in the sheltered waters of an arctic or antarctic bay.
Origin of bay ice
Examples from the Web for bay ice
Historical Examples of bay ice
Nearly the same as bay-ice, except that it is only applied to ice very recently formed, or of the present season.The Sailor's Word-Book
William Henry Smyth
With the exception of bay-ice, which is more generally known as young ice, all these terms pass current in the Antarctic.South!
Sir Ernest Shackleton
After two hours halt, the bay-ice having dissolved we re-embarked.