Cape Pine

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This article is about the cape on Newfoundland. For the former fishpaker/subchaser boat, see Cape Pine (ship).
Cape Pine is located in Newfoundland
Cape Pine
Cape Pine
Location of Cape Pine in Newfoundland

The Headland of Cape Pine is the point of land marking the boundary of Trepassey Bay on the Avalon Peninsula of the island of Newfoundland in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

It is the most southerly point in Newfoundland; at 46 36' 55" N, it is roughly the same latitude as the northern border of Italy.

Cape Pine is also prone to tropical cyclones, with Hurricane Maria and Tropical Storm Ophelia making landfall there in 2011.

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Coordinates: 46°36′51″N 53°32′00″W / 46.61417°N 53.53333°W / 46.61417; -53.53333