Cook's Third Voyage To The Pacific

James Cook was appointed to command a ship called Resolution, which left Plymouth on 12 July, 1776.
Charles Clerke commanded the ship Discovery, which left on 1 August, and caught up with Resolution at Cape Town.
A list of what Cook was up to preparing for this voyage and during the voyage can be found in Paul Capper's list of Third Voyage dates.
Links to information about the ship, the people, and what happened during the voyage can be found below.