King Oscar Fjord (Danish: Kong Oscar Fjord) is a fjord in East Greenland, marking the northern border of the Scoresby Land Peninsula.
It was named by A.G. Nathorst on his 1899 expedition as Konung Oscars Fjord for Oscar II, King of Sweden from 1872–1907.
The Davy Sound (Danish: Davy Sund) becomes King Oscar Fjord after extending for about 20 km to the NW to the north of the Stauning Alps. Kong Oscar Fjord is a major fjord, 10–25 km wide, bounded by Traill Island and Geographical Society Island. In the inner and northern end of the fjord lies Ella Island. Lyell Land and the Stauning Alps lie to the southwest.
- ^ Prostar Sailing Directions 2005 Greenland and Iceland Enroute, p. 118
- ^ "Kong Oscar Fjord". Mapcarta. Retrieved 20 April 2016.