Anchorage Patch

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Anchorage Patch (68°34′S 77°55′E / 68.567°S 77.917°E / -68.567; 77.917Coordinates: 68°34′S 77°55′E / 68.567°S 77.917°E / -68.567; 77.917) is a small, isolated shoal, the least depth of water over it being 11 metres (6 fathoms), lying within Davis Anchorage, about 1 kilometre (0.5 nmi) northwest of the Torckler Rocks. The shoal was positioned by d'A. T. Gale, an Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions surveyor aboard the Thala Dan in 1961.[1]


 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Anchorage Patch" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).