Cobblers Cove is a small cove which provides an anchorage 0.5 nautical miles (1 km) west of
the entrance to Godthul, along the north coast of South Georgia. It was charted
and named Pleasant Cove by Discovery Investigations personnel in 1929, but that
name is not known locally. The South Georgia Survey, 1951–52, reported that
this feature is known to whalers and sealers as "Skomaker Hullet"
(cobbler's cove), because it was first entered in thick fog by a Norwegian
gunner who had once been a cobbler. An English form of this name has been