Ocean Ports of Call

Duke of York Islands - Papua New Guinea Highlights:
WWII wrecks
The Duke of York Islands, part of the Bismark Archipelago, are a small group of low-lying islands located within the St George's Channel - the narrow stretch of water that separates the large islands of New Britain and New Ireland in Papua New Guinea. The islands form a tight cluster consisting of three main islands and 11 smaller islands. The main islands include: Duke of York Island, Kabakon, Kerawara, Makada, Mioko and Ulu. They are of great spiritual significance to their inhabitants. WWII wrecks litter the surrounding reefs.

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