Ocean Ports of Call

Balls Pyramid - Australia Highlights:
World’s tallest sea stack
Just 14 miles (23km) southeast of Lord Howe Island in the southern Pacific Ocean, Balls Pyramid is a jagged basalt spire spectacularly spearing 552 metres out of the sea. Formed about 7 million years ago, windswept and inhospitable, it is regarded as the world's tallest sea stack. Ball's Pyramid has a few satellite islets - Observatory Rock and Wheatsheaf Islet, both located nearby, and Southeast Rock, some 2 miles (3.5 km) away.

Lord Howe is a tiny sub tropical island 320 miles (550 km) off Australia's eastern coast in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, 450 miles (770 km) northeast of Sydney.

There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.

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