Ambrose channel

a ship channel at the entrance to New York harbor, near Sandy Hook. 7½ miles (12 km) long.
Historical Examples

It was a few minutes after seven o’clock when she arrived at the entrance to Ambrose Channel.
Sinking of the Titanic Various


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