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Following Captain Cook through New Zealand's enthralling landscape

Cook broadened the world's mind. His circumnavigation and charting of New Zealand was a masterpiece. Ship Cove, on the northern fjord coast of the South Island, was a key point in his ocean strategy. Between January 1770 and February 1777 he based himself here five times, 100 days in all.

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