Things to Do in The Arctic
Activities in the Arctic are simply thrilling. This part of the world is an adrenaline junkie’s dream and each day brings the opportunity to kayak through monumental ice formations or going in search of arctic wildlife. But there’s more to the Arctic than thrill seeking, there are also thermal springs where you can unwind and drink in the views!
A day at sea on the St. Lawrence River, Canada
You have a chance to unwind and relax today as the vessel makes its way down the St Lawrence River.
A day cruising the Peel Sound (Nunavut), Canada
Peel Sound (Nunavut), Canada
Cruising through the Peel Sound, a 30-mile wide, 125-mile long channel, brings a chance to relax and enjoy the onboard lectures and activities while the vessel follows the course of many former explorers.
A day sailing the Labrador Sea, Canada
Sailing through the Labrador Sea brings another opportunity to catch up on your reading and unwind on deck or in the lounge.
Arrival into Nuuk, Greenland
Arrive at Nuuk, the capital of Greenland.
Arrive into Reykjavik
Arrive into Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, check into your hotel for tonight and then spend the day exploring this cosmopolitan city.
At Sea - Canada to Greenland
A day at sea to unwind and learn about the region through onboard presentations.
At Sea – Crossing the Greenland Sea
Crossing the Greenland Sea brings an opportunity to slow down, to appreciate the stillness of the vast expanse of water and to discover the history, geology and wildlife of the region through onboard lectures and fascinating presentations.
Cross the Lancaster Sound, Canada
Cross the Lancaster Sound, a nutrient rich body of water that supports an extraordinary wealth of marine life.
Cruise around Monumental Island, Canada
Traveling around Monumental Island is a chance to experience a cragged, imposing shoreline and with any luck you may spot some of the island’s inhabitants as you take a Zodiac excursion closer to the rocks.
Days at Sea through the Northwest Passage
Over the course of the next few days your voyage travels through the waterways of the infamous Northwest Passage, past the inlets and bays of the islands that line its route and which tell the tales of the first ships to have braved these waters.