Lake to the north of Ellerbeck peak, at approximately 450 m above sea level. Named in association with Ellerbeck Peak. Lieut. Cdr. John Anthony Ellerbeck, DSC, RN (b. 1943), pilot in command of the Wasp Helicopter from HMS Endurance, who attacked and disabled the Argentine submarine Santa Fe during the retaking of Grytviken and Leith Harbour, 25 April 1982.
Mountain made up of two peaks, approximately 534 m at its highest point, north of Mount Hodges and north-west of Bore Valley, Thatcher Peninsula, South Georgia. The landmark is used for navigation from Grytviken to Carr Valley. Named after Dr Johan Gunnar Andersson (1874-1960), Second in Command and Geologist on SwAE (1901-1904), who first walked through Bore Valley, just below this mountain, from Maiviken to discover Grytviken.
Bay to the south of Iris Bay, south-east South Georgia. It was created by the retreat of Twitcher Glacier, which was first noticed in 2011, and the bay was then surveyed in 2014 by the RV Hans Hansson. Named in association with the glacier after John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, popularly known as “Jemmy Twitcher”.
Mountain approximately 503 m at its highest point, south-east of Stenhouse Peak and south of Camp Peak, Thatcher Peninsula, South Georgia. The landmark is used for navigation from Grytviken to Carr Valley. Named after Carl Johan Frederik Skottsberg (1880-1963), botanist on SwAE (1901-1904), who camped at Maiviken to explore and map the area.