The Antarctic Circumpolar Current in the Southern Ocean, moves perpetually eastward — chasing and joining itself, and at 21,000 kilometers (13,000 mi) in length — it comprises the world’s longest ocean current, transporting 130 million cubic meters (4.6 billion ft³) of water per second — 100 times the flow of all the world’s rivers.
The longest ocean current is the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. It flows from west to east around, you guessed it, Antarctica.
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