Fortnite: Where Are Boat Launch, Coral Cove, And Flopper Pond Locations? (Challenge Guide)

Here's where to find the Week 4 landmarks.

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New challenges in Fortnite Chapter 2 continue to roll out each week. The latest mission set is called Dockyard Deal and introduces a nautical theme to the battle royale shooter, revolving around boats, the new Dirty Docks location, and the increased amount of water on Chapter 2's map. One of the challenges tasks you with visiting three landmarks: the Boat Launch, Coral Cove, and Flopper Pond. Landmarks aren't displayed on the in-game map, but we're here to help if you're not sure where to go. Here's where the Boat Launch, Coral Cave, and Flopper Pond are located and what to do to complete the challenge.

Where Are Boat Launch, Coral Cove, And Flopper Pond?

Like last week, the three landmarks you need to visit are spread out across the map, with one in the north, one in the south, and one near the centre of the map.

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Boat Launch is found southeast of Misty Meadows, near the snowy mountaintop with the cabin and zipline. You can find it in the E8 square on Fortnite's map grid.

Head north from here to find Flopper Pond just north of Weeping Woods and south of Sweaty Sands. It's sandwiched between Holly Hedges and Salty Springs, at a pond surrounded by trees and a house with a dock. It's located at C4 on the map grid.

The final landmark is Coral Cove, which is located in the northwest part of the island, just past Sweaty Sands. You'll find it at the end of the beach, signified by the huge coral laying around the area. It's at B2 on the map.

How To Complete The Challenge

This one's simple enough; you don't even need to do anything at each landmark, just visit them one by one and you'll complete the challenge. You can try to visit all three in a single match or just land at each location in separate matches. Completing this challenge will now net you a whopping 52,000 season XP and unlock another Dockyard Deal challenge.

Chapter 2, Season 1 runs until December 12, according to the official Fortnite website. You can see the full list of Chapter 2 challenges here, along with our guides on how to complete the trickiest ones. For more, be sure to check out our other Fortnite Chapter 2 coverage below.

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