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The Cooke Passage, The Recently-Discovered Longest Land to Land Straight Line Ocean Route That Can Be Sailed on Earth

The Cooke Passage is the recently-discovered longest land to land straight line ocean route that can be sailed on Earth. It was discovered by Robert Cooke, and using Google Earth he demonstrates the passage in a YouTube video. The Cooke Passage begins and ends in Canada at the Gulf of St. Lawrence near Port-Cartier, Quebec, and Port […]
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