Cair Andros (Sindarin for Ship of Long Foam) is a landmark located within the area of Talath Anor in Old Anórien. Access is only from the East bank of the Anduin and North Ithilien. This old Gondorian castle has long guarded the crossings of the Anduin, but has recently fallen against an army from the Black Gate.
-  Cair Andros: Cruel Molvagúr
-  Cair Andros: The Captives
-  Cair Andros: The Island Walls
-  Cair Andros: The Stronghold
-  The Retaking of Cair Andros
-  Chapter 5: Dhûrto
These deeds can be advanced by visiting Cair Andros. (With exploration, defeating creatures, or completing tasks)
The following NPCs can be found to the East this landmark:
These creatures are encountered within Cair Andros:
- Cair Andros is so named because it is shaped like a ship in the Anduin, with a "prow" at the north end that caused the river to foam on its sharp rocks.
- While the Morgul-host marched on Minas Tirith, a force of over 6,000 Orcs and Easterlings assaulted Cair Andros. All who could not fight were evacuated, but the defenders could not hold the island. Lord Gilgír and his family stayed until the end, and he and two of his sons were slain by Korpûrta, the First Blade of the Sûhalar. His wife, Dúneth, and their other son Tolwin escaped but were separated.
- The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A, "The Númenorean Kings", "Gondor and the Heirs of Anárion", "The Stewards", Footnote 1
- Instance: The Tale of Tolwin
|Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of March of the King|
|Settlements:||Aragorn's Pavilion • Camp of the Host • Henneth Annûn • Minas Tirith (After Battle)|
|Areas:||Minas Tirith (After Battle) • Pelennor (After Battle) • Osgiliath (After Battle) • North Ithilien|
|Landmarks:||Aragorn's Pavilion • Aelin Veren • Bâr Aroth • Bâr Tarnaher • Caladuil • Cair Andros • The Crossroads • Field of Cormallen • Torngroth • Uya Hujûm • Thargelon|
|Settlements and Landmarks of North Ithilien|
|Landmarks:||Aelin Veren • Bâr Aroth • Bâr Tarnaher • Caladuil • Cair Andros • The Crossroads • Field of Cormallen • Torngroth • Uya Hujûm • Thargelon|