This lonely spot at the most South Easterly point of Newfoundland has seen a large number of maritime Disasters and Shipwrecks, It is also the place that received the wireless transmissions from the Titanic as she was sinking over 300 miles away and sent them by telegraph line to New York and the World.

There is a Museum here at the end of this long and rutted dirt road, which is only open during the summer months. The area is so beak and windswept that it is easy to understand why the Museum is not open year round.

If you plan on visiting here, bring a camp stove and supplies with you to make coffee and whatever refreshments you want as absolutely Nothing is available here.