The Mariana’s Trench is the deepest point in not only the Pacific Ocean, but it is the deepest part of any ocean. Off the coast of Japan, the Mariana’s Trench reaches 36,201 feet deep, which is greater than the height of Mount Everest. The deepest part of the trench is called The Challenger Deep.
The deepest part of the Pacific Ocean is the Mariana Trench, located just east of the Mariana Islands, near Japan. The trench is 36,201 feet (11,033 meters) deep (for reference purposes Mount Everest is 29,035 feet tall). The average depth of the Pacific Ocean is 13,740 feet. The deepest point in the trench is The Challenger Deep.
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