Deepest fjord

Last updated: October 14, 2017 at 15:19 pm

1,308 m (4,291 ft) – Sognefjord, Norway. Also known as Sognefjorden or the King of the Fjords, it is also the largest fjord in Norway. The wreck of the Frankenwald, a German freighter sunk in 1940, was voted Norway’s Best Wreck Dive by the Norwegian dive magazine, Dykking, in 2009.

SOURCE:
Øi, Ørnulf (1987). Norges sjøatlas : fra svenskegrensen til Sognefjorden. Oslo: Nautisk forlag i samarbeid med Statens kartverk, Norges sjøkartverk. pp. 225, 244.

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