Fortnite Boat Launch, Coral Cove, and Flopper Pond locations

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Landmarks aren't named, so in order to visit the Fortnite Boat Launch, Coral Cove, and Flopper Pond locations, you need to know where they are beforehand. You have to visit all three in order to complete one of the Fortnite Dockyard Deal challenges (opens in new tab), and if you're not too familiar with the new Fortnite map (opens in new tab) yet, we can help. Fortnite (opens in new tab) has undergone some huge changes this season, so read on for all three of the Fortnite Boat Launch, Coral Cove, and Flopper Pond locations.

Fortnite Boat Launch, Coral Cove, and Flopper Pond locations

Fortnite Boat Launch, Coral Cove, Flopper Pond locations

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The map above showcases all three locations, which run in a diagonal line across the western half of the map.You don't have to do anything special at each location, you simply have to visit all three in order to complete the challenge. It doesn't even have to be in the same game!

Fortnite Boat Launch location

Fortnite Boat Launch location

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South-east of Misty Meadows, near the snowy mountain top with the cabin and the zipline is where you'll find the Fortnite Boat Launch location. Visit it then head north for the next place you need to go.

Fortnite Flopper Pond location

Fortnite Flopper Pond location

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The Fortnite Flopper Pond location is to the north-west, past Slurpy Swamp and Weeping Woods. Directly east of Holly Hedges and south of Sweaty Sands is where you'll find it, so run on past for the final location.

Fortnite Coral Cove location

Fortnite Coral Cove location

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Finally, you're going to want to keep heading north-west, past Sweaty Sands until you reach the end of the beach. This is Coral Cove, aptly named thanks to the huge coral laying around the place.

Once you've visited all three locations, the challenge should be complete. If you're yet to find and jump through all of the Fortnite flaming rings (opens in new tab) or destroy the Fortnite gas pumps (opens in new tab) in different matches, we've got helpful guides for those too.

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