Mobiloil Inlet

Mobiloil Inlet (68°35′S 64°45′W / 68.583°S 64.750°W / -68.583; -64.750Coordinates: 68°35′S 64°45′W / 68.583°S 64.750°W / -68.583; -64.750) is an ice-filled inlet, nurtured by several northeast and east flowing glaciers, lying between the Rock Pile Peaks and Hollick-Kenyon Peninsula along the east coast of the Antarctic Peninsula. It was discovered by Sir Hubert Wilkins in a flight on December 20, 1928, and named by him after a product of the Vacuum Oil Company of Australia.[1]


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