Fortnite: Visit Coral Cove, Stack Shack and Crash Site without swimming explained

How to visit these three landmarks in Fortnite without swimming. 

Visiting Coral Cove, Stack Shack and Crash Site location in Fortnite is one of the many challenges you can complete in Fortnite Season 2 Chapter 2.

Unlike previous challenges that see you visiting various locations on the Fortnite map, like Lockie's Lighthouse, this one has a condition - you have to visit all three locations in one match without swimming.

Completing this challenge will earn you 40,000 XP, which will help you unlock the new Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 battle pass skins.

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Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. So what's changes since? In the new Season 3 Fortnite map, you can use whirlpools, sharks, visit the Catty Corner vault, and collect gnomes at Homely Hills as part of challenges.


How to visit Coral Cove, Stack Shack and Crash Site without swimming in Fortnite

Before we visit Coral Cove, Stack Shack and Crash site we need to discuss how you're going to reach these locations, which are all surrounded by water, without swimming.

The easiest way to complete this challenge without simming is to use one of the Choppas.

You can find them near certain Shadow Safe Houses and various locations related to the two warring spy agencies in Fortnite. If you want more information, check out our dedicated Choppa guide.

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Try to get the Choppa at either Pleasant Park or The Shark. From either of these two locations you'll be able to quickly, but easily fly to the three landmarks and complete the challenge before the storm catches you.

Remember - you need to visit all three of these landmarks in one match to complete this challenge.

Now to the actual location of these locations.

Fortnite Coral Cove, Stack Shack and Crash Site locations at a glance

Coral Cove, Stack Shack and Crash Site can be found at these locations in Fortnite:

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Coral Cove, Stack Shack and Crash Site locations in Fortnite

Since all three of these locations are landmarks, they don't appear as named locations on the Fortnite map. Instead, their names will be revealed when you enter the location.

All you have to do to complete this challenge is fly the Choppa you've acquired close enough to the landmark, before moving on (or being shot down.)

Fortnite Coral Cove location

Coral Cove in Fortnite is located on an island north of Sweaty Sands and just south of The Shark in A2.

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Keep an eye out for the building that looks like a shell and you'll know that you've passed over Coral Cove.

Fortnite Crash Site location

The Crash Site in Fortnite is located one the large island directly north of Sweaty Sand and directly west of Pleasant Park.

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You'll know that you're flying over the Crash Site, because, below you, will be the crashed remains of a plane. Don't follow their example.


Fortnite Season 3 has arrived, introducing Battle Pass skins, including Kit, Jules and Eternal Knight and a Aquaman skin. In this new map, you can use whirlpools, sharks, visit the Catty Corner vault, and the gnomes at Homely Hills as part of challenges.


Fortnite Stack Shack location

The Stack Shack is located north-west of Holly Hedges in A4 on the most southern and largest of the tall islands protruding from the sea.

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The island where the Stack Shack is located is the only one that has a building, so it's quite easy to spot.

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