Cannibal Cove

Although seemingly protected by high hills this is an unsatisfactory place for an anchorage. Winds from W to N blow through the bay with considerable force. The bay is completely open to E to S winds.

The bottom is sandy and is not good holding. In 1773 both Captain Cook and Captain Furneaux put livestock here in attempt to bolster wildlife in the area. 

Anchorage
Poor
Shelter
Undesirable
Depth
Deep (>10m)
Type of beach
Sand
Moorings
None