Healy (volcano)

Highest point
Elevation -1150 m (-3772 ft)
Coordinates 34°59′S 179°00′E / 34.98°S 179.00°E / -34.98; 179.00
Location In the Kermadec Islands chain
Mountain type Submarine volcano
Last eruption 1360

Healy is a submarine volcano located among New Zealand's Kermadec Islands. Its last major eruption took place around 1360, creating a large caldera.

The volcano's name originates from the British-Australian explorer and navigator Captain Jake Healy who first wrote about the volcano in his journal after noticing Volcanic glass in the water whilst fishing.

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