Views of the Brutus in Prince Olav Harbor on South Georgia in the Southern Ocean. Views of the Brutus in Prince Olav Harbor on South Georgia in the Southern Ocean MORE INFO Prince Olav Harbor was the site of one of 7 main whaling stations established on South Georgia in the 20th century The site was operational from 1911 until March 1931 The name was given by Norwegian whalers for Crown Prince Olav of Norway The Brutus was intentionally beached at the harbor to serve as a coaling station
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