The Varangerfjord in the county of Finnmark, is the easternmost fjord in Norway. It is approximately 100 kilometres (60 mi) long. In a strict sense, it is a false fjord, as it does not have the hallmarks of a fjord carved by glaciers. Its mouth, between the city of Vardø in the north and Grense Jacobselv – near Kirkenes – in the south, is about 70 kilometres (40 mi) wide. The fjord stretches westwards inland to Varangerbotn in the municipality of Nesseby.
Langfjord (literally "long fjord") is: The name of a 35 km arm of the Romsdalsfjord which begins between Sekken's most easterly point in Molde municipality and Okseneset in Rauma municipality and goes to the village of Eidsvåg in Nesset municipality. The fjord's two arms, Eresfjord at the fjord's head and Rødvenfjord at the fjord's foot are oriented to the south. The fjord is crossed by ferry between Sølsnes at Skålahalvøya in Molde and Åfarnes in Rauma, providing a continuation of riksvei 64.
Kåfjord is a fjord in northern Norway, an arm of the Altafjord, in the county of Finnmark. It is also a village located on the fjord. The village is in the municipality of Alta, 18 km west of the town of Alta on the E6 road. Copper ore was mined at Kåfjord between 1826 and 1909.
Nordefjorden or Nordre Bumannsfjorden is a fjord on the west side of Seiland in Hammerfest, Finnmark. The fjord runds around 1,5 km southeastwards to Nordre Bumannsfjorddalen at the bottom of the fjord. The fjord has no settlements. Sørefjorden lies a little further south. At its deepest point, the fjord is 84 metres deep, around 400 metres out into the fjord.
Lille Kufjorden is a fjord on the south side of the island of Seiland in Alta, Finnmark. The fjord runds for 2 km northwards to the mouth of the fjord. The fjord runs in between Junkerhamnklubben to the west and Klubben to the east. Junkerhamn is a small port and farm the same size as Junkerhamnklubben. Otherwise, there are no settlements around the fjord. The fjord is 81 metres at its deepest point, at Klubben.