Cross the Lancaster Sound, Canada
Cross the Lancaster Sound, a nutrient rich body of water that supports an extraordinary wealth of marine life.
Sailing along the coastline of Devon Island brings the ship into the waters of the Lancaster Sound, often referred to as the wildlife ‘superhighway’ of the Arctic. As the waters of the Beaufort sea, Baffin Bay and the islands of the north combine in this area they create an abundance of nutrients that in turn attract an exceptional variety of wildlife which you may spot as you travel through. Stepping ashore at Dundas Harbour, you’ll visit the Old Royal Canadian Mounted Police outpost and may like to spend a little time hiking or trying to spot muskox and Arctic hare.