Ward Hunt Strait
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The Ward Hunt Strait is a 30 km wide stretch of water separating Papua New Guinea from Goodenough Island in the D'Entrecasteaux Islands. The Dart Reefs are located in the centre of the channel. The strait was named in honour of George Ward Hunt, First Lord of the Admiralty (1874-1877), by Captain John Moresby.
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