Coordinates: 72°04′N 075°10′W / 72.067°N 75.167°W / 72.067; -75.167 (Coutts Inlet)) is a body of water in Nunavut's Qikiqtaaluk Region. It is an arm of Baffin Bay in northeastern Baffin Island. The inlet flows in a southwestern direction and includes a northern arm that juts off the main inlet close to the mouth. Nova Zembla Island and Round Island are located near the mouth of Coutts Inlet. The inlet is frequented by narwhals.
An interesting historical story concerning an old whaler and Amudson can be found at: http://www.norway.org.au/News_and_events/Culture/Captain-William-Milne-/
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.
On the northern outskirts of Christchurch, was named for Donald Coutts, an early settler.