|Waters||McMurdo Ice Shelf and McMurdo Sound|
|Number of islands||5|
|Main island||West Dailey Island|
The Dailey Islands (also called the Dailey Archipelago ) are a group of five small islands of volcanic origin off the Scott coast of East Antarctica, Victoria . They are located between 8 and 20 km northeast of Cape Chocolate in the northern part of the Ross Ice Shelf , which borders the McMurdo Sound . They include West Dailey Island , Juergens Island , Hatcher Island , Uberuaga Island and Kuechle Island .
Participants in the Discovery Expedition (1901-1904) under the direction of the British polar explorer Robert Falcon Scott discovered and named them. It is named after Frederick Ernest Dailey (1873–1961), the ship's carpenter on this research trip.
- Dailey Islands in the Geographic Names Information System of the United States Geological Survey (English)
- Dailey Islands on geographic.org (English)
- John Stewart: Antarctica - An Encyclopedia . Vol. 1, McFarland & Co., Jefferson and London 2011, ISBN 978-0-7864-3590-6 , p. 384 (English)