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Cape Possession (63°43′S 61°51′W / 63.717°S 61.850°W / -63.717; -61.850Coordinates: 63°43′S 61°51′W / 63.717°S 61.850°W / -63.717; -61.850) is a cape which forms the west extremity of Chanticleer Island, just west of Hoseason Island in the Palmer Archipelago. The name was applied by Captain Henry Foster of the Chanticleer, whose party made a landing in this vicinity on January 7, 1829.

 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Cape Possession" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).