Norvegia Rock

Norvegia Rock (54°24′S 3°25′E / 54.4°S 3.417°E / -54.4; 3.417) is a submerged rock with less than 2 m of water over it, lying off the north coast of Bouvetøya, approximately 0.5 nautical miles (0.9 km) east-northeast of Cape Valdivia. The Norvegia, the ship of the Norwegian expedition under Captain Harald Horntvedt, struck a rock here on December 3, 1927. Named by the expedition after the Norvegia.

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