Cecil Cave

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Cecil Cave (68°46′S 90°42′W) is a sea cave which indents the southern part of Cape Ingrid on the west coast of Peter I Island.

Discovery and name

The cave was discovered and named by a Norwegian expedition under Eyvind Tofte in the Odd I in January 1927. Tofte and the second mate rowed into the cave in an unsuccessful attempt to land on the island.