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G Expedition – Arctic 2018 On Sale

G Expedition – Arctic 2018 On Sale

Explore the Arctics most exciting itineraries in 2018   Discover UNESCO-protected wonders, visit archaeological sites, marvel at the stunning forests and waterfalls. Venture into the magical and mysterious lands along the coast of the Norwegian Sea for close...
What’s that. A flock of Polar bears

What’s that. A flock of Polar bears

200+ Polar bears witnessed feeding in Wrangel Island. 1% of the world’s Polar bear population feast on a Bowhead whale carcass in the Siberian Arctic. 48 guests on the Akademik Shokalskiy witness this amazing event unfold. Last month one of our expedition...
CRUSHING ARCTIC ICE LIKE A BOSS!

CRUSHING ARCTIC ICE LIKE A BOSS!

There is no stopping the 50 Years of Victory in thick Arctic ice. Unlike any other expedition vessel used for tourism, she is powered by 2 nuclear reactors, producing some 74,000 horsepower and capable of breaking through ice 2.5 meters thick, there is seriously...
Russian Arctic National Park opens exhibit.

Russian Arctic National Park opens exhibit.

Russian Arctic National Park opens exhibit on board 50 Years of Victory!   On board the world’s most powerful nuclear ice-breaking vessel the 50 Years of Victory, 18 spectacular photographs are on display from renowned photographer Nikolai Gernet of Franz Josef...
The Arctic & When to go.

The Arctic & When to go.

Discover ancient cultures in Scotland and Norway. Take the world’s most beautiful cruise, the Norwegian coast. Search for Polar bears in Svalbard, Norway, Franz Josef Land, Wrangel Is & Canada. Meet inspiring Greenlandic Inuits along the east and west coasts...
Our Most Popular Arctic Itineraries

Our Most Popular Arctic Itineraries

The Arctic vast expanse opens it up to provide a huge collection of diverse and exciting itinerary programs. From exploring the picturesque Scottish Isles and Norwegian Fjords, to search for Polar bears on Arctic pack-ice, Snorkelling with Orca or standing atop of the...
How to get there: European Arctic

How to get there: European Arctic

Our voyages which explore the European Arctic regions are relatively straightforward to arrive and depart from. Voyages inside the European Arctic explore Scotland, Norway, Svalbard, Greenland and Iceland. The voyage itineraries will often start and end in different...
How to get there: Russian Arctic

How to get there: Russian Arctic

Our Russian Arctic voyages present some of the most exciting of our Arctic itineraries. They travel to regions, so remote, only a small handful of voyages are granted permission to land tourists, Franz Josef Land is tightly controlled by the Russian Government and as...
How to get there: Canadian Arctic

How to get there: Canadian Arctic

Arriving at voyages in the Canadian Arctic is quite a challenging process for the voyage operators. This is because of the incredibly remote ports that the ships must use to complete these itineraries. In all Canadian High Arctic voyages, you will be required to...
The Arctic; Adventure activities

The Arctic; Adventure activities

With such an incredible display of nature in the High Arctic, our adventure activities will ensure that you bring out your inner adventurer. When planning to set sail on your trip of a lifetime, you can create your own adventure from the many unique experiences on...
Where to find a Polar bear

Where to find a Polar bear

“Take only pictures, leave only footprints”. As is often the case with Apex predators, the Polar bear epitomises the Arctic. At home in the ocean just as they are on land, they are found across massive territories of the Arctic. In fact, the Polar...
Snorkeling with Orca in Norway

Snorkeling with Orca in Norway

Our Snorkeling with Orca expedition has to be one of our most unique and exciting. Of course, you have to have a keen sense of adventure and not be too afraid of the cold. The Orca, Humpback and Fin whales are most prolific around the Norwegian coastline over the...
10 Fast Facts – The Arctic

10 Fast Facts – The Arctic

We are here to help you in more ways than one – here are 10 Arctic facts to bring to the table while making new acquaintances on your expedition of a lifetime: The largest known polar bear was 1004 kilograms and 4 metres long! Polar bears only inhabit the...
Arctic Visitor Guidelines Video

Arctic Visitor Guidelines Video

This quirky video from the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO) outlines all you need to know about protecting the environment, staying safe and enjoying a respectful Arctic expedition.   VISITOR GUIDELINES: Leave no lasting signs of your...