Ocean Ports of Call

Astrolabe Island - Antarctica Highlights:
Fulmars, Penguins, seals
Astrolabe Island lies in Bransfield Strait 14 miles NW of Cape Ducorps, Trinity Peninsula. Discovered by the French expedition (1837-40) under Capt. Jules Dumont d'Urville, and named by him after the main expedition ship, the Astrolabe. Antarctic Fulmars, Chinstrap Penguins, Brown Skuas and Blue-eyed Shags breed and Weddell and Antarctic Fur Seals can all be found here.

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