|Grahamland , Antarctic Peninsula
|Nordenskjöld coast and Oskar II coast
Cape Fairweather is a cape with some bare rocky outcrops along the southeast and east sides, which is halfway between the Drygalski Glacier and the Evans Glacier on the east coast of the Antarctic Graham Land . It marks the northern border of the Oskar II coast . The seal islands lie in front of the cape .high and icy
The Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey , which carried out a geodetic survey of the cape in 1947, named it after Captain Alexander Fairweather (1847-1896), captain of the whaler Balaena from Dundee , who operated from 1892 to 1893 off the northeast coast of the Antarctic Peninsula .