Cape Ingrid

Cape Ingrid (68°46′S 90°42′W / 68.767°S 90.700°W / -68.767; -90.700Coordinates: 68°46′S 90°42′W / 68.767°S 90.700°W / -68.767; -90.700) is a dark rock promontory separating Norvegia Bay and Sandefjord Cove on the west side of Peter I Island, Antarctica. It was discovered in 1927 by a Norwegian expedition under Eyvind Tofte in the Odd I, a vessel of Lars Christensen's whaling fleet, and named for Ingrid Christensen, the wife of Lars.[1][2]


  1. "Ingrid, Cape". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-07-08.
  2. Alberts, Fred G., ed. (June 1995). Geographic Names of the Antarctic (PDF) (second ed.). United States Board on Geographic Names. p. 360. Retrieved 2012-04-05.

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