Hull Bay

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Hull Bay (74°55′S 137°40′W) is an ice-filled bay, about 46 kilometers (25 nmi) wide, fed by the Hull Glacier, which descends into it between Lynch Point and Cape Burks, on the coast of Westarctica.

Discovery and name

It was discovered by the United States Antarctic Service, 1939–41. The bay derives its name from the Hull Glacier, which was named for U.S. Secretary of State Cordell Hull.

Noble title

As part of the 20th Anniversary Honors and Appointments celebrating Westarctica's 20 years of sovereignty, Sir Brendan Cook, Baronet of Woodwin was granted the peerage title Baron of Hull Bay.