We will spend five days exploring the world´s northernmost archipelago. Our route and landing sites are heavily dependent on weather and ice conditions, and our experienced Captain and Expedition Team will take advantage of the conditions at hand to seize opportunities that arise.
Photo: Christopher Michel
Cape Tegetthoff. We sail well above the 80th parallel and place you closer than 600 nautical miles from the Geographical North Pole - rarely-visited historical sites of the Arctic.
Cape Tegetthoff. We sail well above the 80th parallel and place you closer than 600 nautical miles from the Geographical North Pole - rarely-visited historical sites of the Arctic.
Photo: Christopher Michel

Norway, Murmansk, Franz Josef Land – Sailing North of 80° to the Russian Arctic

Duration: 15 days
Ship: MS Spitsbergen

Departures:
29 August 2019
12 September 2019

Price from: 7683 € per person

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We call at the exotic Russian harbour of Murmansk. The port here is strategically important for both military and trade vessels and dominates life in the town.
We call at the exotic Russian harbour of Murmansk. The port here is strategically important for both military and trade vessels and dominates life in the town.
Photo: Christopher Michel

Norway, Murmansk, Franz Josef Land – Sailing North of 80° to the Russian Arctic

Duration: 15 days
Ship: MS Spitsbergen

Departures:
29 August 2019
12 September 2019

Price from: 7683 € per person

Check prices and availability
We will spend five days exploring the world´s northernmost archipelago. Our route and landing sites are heavily dependent on weather and ice conditions, and our experienced Captain and Expedition Team will take advantage of the conditions at hand to seize opportunities that arise.
We will spend five days exploring the world´s northernmost archipelago. Our route and landing sites are heavily dependent on weather and ice conditions, and our experienced Captain and Expedition Team will take advantage of the conditions at hand to seize opportunities that arise.
Photo: Christopher Michel
Remote Franz Josef Land has always been a magnet for hardy adventurers, and now you can set foot on the ice were Nansen and Johansen spent the winter, watch for polar bears wandering in their natural environment and feel the cool Arctic air gust down from the North Pole just a few miles away.
  • Experience wild and rarely-visited historic Franz Josef Land
  • Great chance of sighting walrus and polar bears
  • Enjoy a Russian experience in the port of Murmansk
  • Visit the North Cape
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