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crossed from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from Argentina to Chile at the most southerly tip of South America to see this rocky, treeless, brooding promontor y. A lbatross dotted the water and occasionally f lew by the boat. The ocean was turbulent, and the sky was gray, cloudy and misty. Many passengers stood at the ship’s rail to see the famous Cape Horn and to experience the passage in an area of tremendous historical significance for explorers and traders in times past. The ocean waters around Cape Horn at the northernmost boundary of the Drake Passage are particularly hazardous due to strong winds and currents, large waves and icebergs.

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