64.47'S  64,05'W

Bonaparte Point (BON) restricted by ASMA from 1 October to 15 April of every year in order to protect nesting birds (primarily skua) from human nuisance factors. The end of the point does not host nests as of yet, and so the restriction extends from the Mooring Line to the foot of the glacier. Before these restriction took effect, the point was accessed by the Trolley.

Named by Charcot during his 1903-05 expedition along the peninsula after Prince Roland Bonaparte, then president of the Paris Geographical Society (not after Napoleon, as sometimes said).