The cache is not at the posted coordinates. Solve the puzzle below to find the final location.
Penguin Peter is not a numerical sort. He only deals with letters and words. After Paul retired, Peter got on the job and did a little bit of investigation. He realized that interestingly enough, if you spelled out those coordinates, it would take anywhere from 16 to 23 words. For instance, the least word count could be for example:
north zero degrees thirty point five two nine west ninety degrees fifty point zero one seven
while the longest might be
south forty six degrees twenty six point seven five one east one hundred and sixty nine degrees forty eight point two zero seven
Peter was in a cryptic mode, and decided to try a substitution cipher on the cache coordinates. He decided to look official and cluster the letters in groups of five. See if you can make sense of the encoded result.
OJPIQ IQYPI CLXHX OTXDP XXLOY OXIXX OZJYO IJOXI VJFXP JVXLI JOXQM OTPXT EOTIV XOICI VJTXD PXXLI VJZJY OIIQP XXOYO XFXPJ
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