FSX Scenery--Adams Island DeLuxe, New Zealand. Adams Island is part of Auckland Islands archipelago. The southern end of Auckland Island broadens to a width of 26 km (16 mi) where a narrow channel, known as Carnley Harbour or the Adams Straits, separates it from the roughly triangular Adams Island (area approximately 100 km2/39 sq mi), which is even more mountainous, reaching a height of 705 m (2313 ft) at Mount Dick. The channel is the remnant of the crater of an extinct volcano, with Adams Island, and the southern part of Auckland Island forming the crater rim. South Islands Air Service, flying Embraer 120s has a Monday and Friday flight to Adams Island recently started airfield at the new port in Penship Bay (?), which is still only a dirt strip from Invercargill, NZ. Fly some cargo and passengers to this very cold place way down under. New scenery, land class and a lighted dirt strip included. By Gera Godoy Canova.