Captain of a Cobh Tender. Captain of a Cobh 'tender' which ferries passengers to and from the liners that dock at the port in Ireland during transatlantic crossings. Cobh is a sheltered seaport town on the south coast of County Cork, Ireland with a population of around 13,000 inhabitants. The locality, which had had several different Irish-language names, was first referred to as Cove ("The Cove of Cork") in 1750. It was renamed Queenstown in 1849 to commemorate a visit by Queen Victoria and so remained until the name Cobh (closer to the Irish spelling) was restored in 1922 with the foundation of the Irish Free State.
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