Ocean Ports of Call

Coulman Island - Antarctica Highlights:
Emperor Penguins, volcano
Coulman Island lies off the coast of northern Victoria Land on the Ross Sea. It is an unusually scenic volcanic island, with impressive mountains and cliffs thickly capped by ice. Large groups of Emperor Penguins nest on the fast ice of Glacier Strait. It is a complex of overlapping shield volcanoes and the most prominent feature is Coulman caldera on the south end of the island where the caldera is 3 miles (5 km) wide and 2,300 feet (700 m) deep.

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