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Ship Cove Monument

Ship Cove Monument photo
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A monument to Captain James Cook, in Ship Cove.

The Cove was named by Captain James Cook on 15 January 1770 when his ship the Endeavour anchored there to replenish supplies of food, water and wood. Cook would return to the Cove a further four times over the course of his first and second voyages to the Pacific.



  

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Author & photographer: David Johnson (Virtual Oceania)


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