Shipwreck remains of the Maud, near Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, a ship built for Roald Amundsen for his second expedition to the Arctic.
Photo: Sophia Granchinho
We aim to visit several sites with traces of earlier expeditions. We will call at some of the world’s northernmost communities, explore legendary inlets and channels, and the Expedition Team will take you on exciting small boat cruising and landings.
We aim to visit several sites with traces of earlier expeditions. We will call at some of the world’s northernmost communities, explore legendary inlets and channels, and the Expedition Team will take you on exciting small boat cruising and landings.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner

The Northwest Passage – In the Wake of Great Explorers (Westbound)

Duration: 14 days
Ship: MS Fram

Departure:
19 August 2019

Price from: 11095 € per person

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Polar bear near Baffin Island. As we make our way through the icy waters of Arctic Canada, or Nunavut as it is known in Inuit, you will be amazed by the vast expanses of pristine wilderness and wildlife seen from the deck.
Polar bear near Baffin Island. As we make our way through the icy waters of Arctic Canada, or Nunavut as it is known in Inuit, you will be amazed by the vast expanses of pristine wilderness and wildlife seen from the deck.
Photo: City Escapes Nature Photo

The Northwest Passage – In the Wake of Great Explorers (Westbound)

Duration: 14 days
Ship: MS Fram

Departure:
19 August 2019

Price from: 11095 € per person

Check prices and availability
Shipwreck remains of the Maud, near Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, a ship built for Roald Amundsen for his second expedition to the Arctic.
Shipwreck remains of the Maud, near Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, a ship built for Roald Amundsen for his second expedition to the Arctic.
Photo: Sophia Granchinho
Sail in the wake of the early explorers from Kangerlussuaq in Greenland to Cambridge Bay in Canada. Experience the raw and daunting beauty of the terrain that some of history’s greatest explorers had to overcome. Even today, few ships have the capability to navigate this sea passage that cuts through the remote Arctic regions of North America.
  • Sail into the fabled Northwest Passage
  • Discover the Illuissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Explore Gjøahavn, where the Amundsen expedition spent two years and several members of the Franklin expedition team are buried
  • Trace history as we sail the route of famous expeditions vessels of the past
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