Christian Gerhard Ameln Sundt (1 July 1816 – 26 February 1901) was a Norwegian businessman, ship owner and philanthropist.
He was born in Bergen to merchant Henrik Leganger Sundt and Sophie Catharina Ameln.
He started a business in 1845, and had success as wholesaler in the textile trade, being lucky with the timing.
In 1845 the first cotton mills were established in Norway, and the first cotton weaving mill, Arne Fabrikker, was started in 1846 by his eventual son-in-law Peter Jebsen.
Sundt also started as private banker, and invested large parts of his fortune in ships that were constructed in Bergen.
He was a member of the municipal council of Bergen for more than forty years.
He was decorated Commander, First Class of the Order of St.
Olav, Knight of the Order of Dannebrog, and Knight of the Order of the Polar Star.