Sandefjord Cove

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Sandefjord Cove is 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 explorations all around the island, landing on 2 February to hoist the Norwegian flag.

The cove was named for Sandefjord, Norway, which was the center of the Norwegian whaling industry.