Travel to Cape York, Greenland
Traveling along the northwestern coast of Greenland brings you to Cape York, a geographical marker that delimits Melville Bay from Kiatassuaq and encompasses a beautiful collection of coastal islands.
This Arctic seascape lies in Baffin Bay, a striking chain of islands that reaches from Melville Bay to Kiatassuaq and includes Meteorite Island, home to one of the world’s largest iron meteorites. Attracted by the meteorite’s iron, migrating Inuit settled here in Savissivik and used the metal in their tools and harpoons. As you sail through these frozen waters you may see the instantly recognisable blue-white icebergs that drift across the sea, their mass steadily shrinking as the earth warms.