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Name Latitude Longitude Feature Type
Sandefjord Cove (USA) 68° 47' 00.0" S 90° 42' 00.0" W Cove
Name ID: 131175 Place ID: 12692

A cove between Cape Ingrid and the terminus of Tofte Glacier on the west side of Peter I Island. A Norwegian expedition under Eyvind Tofte circumnavigated Peter I Island in the Odd I in 1927. In February 1929 the Norvegia under Nils Larsen carried out a series of investigations all around the island, landing on February 2 to hoist the Norwegian flag. Named for Sandefjord, Norway, center of the Norwegian whaling industry.

Sandefjord, Bahía (CHL) 68° 50' 00.0" S 90° 44' 00.0" W Cove
Name ID: 106235 Place ID: 12692

En 1821, la Expedición Rusa de Bellingshausen se aproximó a la isla por el SW e hizo un croquis desde la distancia. La expedición noruega de Tofte en el "Odd" navegó alrededor de la isla en el año 1927. El nombre se lo dio la Expedición Noruega de Nils Larsen en los años 1928-1929, por Sandefjord, centro de la industria ballenera para Noruega. Situada en la medianía de la costa occidental de la isla Pedro I, se abre inmediatamente al S del cabo Ingrid.

Sandefjord, buhta (RUS) 68° 48' 00.0" S 90° 43' 00.0" W Cove
Name ID: 120402 Place ID: 12692

Sandefjordbukta (NOR) 68° 49' 36.0" S 90° 43' 18.0" W Cove
Name ID: 115885 Place ID: 12692

Open bay between Kapp Ingrid ant Toftebreen, Lazarevkysten, on the W side of Peter I øy. After Sandefjord, Norway. Center of the whaling company which leaded the expeditions to the island.

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