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A view out over the Endeavour River in historic Cooktown. It was here in June 1770 that the captain of the Endeavour, Lieutenant James Cook, beached the ship – His Majesty's Bark Endeavour after sustaining serious damage to its wooden hull on the Endeavour Reef, south of Cooktown. The captain and his crew spent 7 weeks there making repairs.

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