Take the opportunity to sight the Northern Lights in the most comfortable way possible, away from land, deep into the sea, under the shelter of a warm moving ship, where no light pollution disturbs you .As we sail across eastern Greenland, we explore the most uninhabited regions that offers a deep dive into one of the Arctic’s most scenic and soulful environments.We also see some best parts of western Iceland before heading home.
Strict measures have been introduced to ensure you have a safe exploration with us. Tests before boarding, face masks in common areas, hand hygiene, deep cleaning of ship, such protocols for both crew and guests ascertain we all together assure our safety. Our expedition consultant will walk you through in detail of these measures.
Those who appreciate huge expanses of untouched wilderness will love it here. Long, narrow channels, strewn with cathedral-like icebergs & flanked by sheer rock walls, reach deep into the glaciated heart of Greenland.
A true Arctic paradise, be among the lucky few to gaze across crystal-clear water tucked between mountains, spot giant walruses & perhaps polar bear, as we explore the unique flora & fauna
Take in amazing views as we sail through Denmark Strait & Irminger Sea in route of Vikings, each offering chances to sight spectacular marine life & icebergs. Special lectures & programs are held onboard to keep you engaged
This remote and sparsely populated region of crenulated coastlines, voluminous waterfalls and rugged mountains sees only 10% of Iceland’s visitors, making you one of the only few to see its beauty
Visit a modern Inuit village of Ittoqqortoormiit, the only permanent settlement in the region and one of the most remote communities in the world for a look at how this tradition has been carried forward
Commonly clear nights and the perfect latitude make Scoresby Sund a perfect place to watch for this phenomenon. Every night on this voyage brings another excellent chance to experience the northern lights right from deck
With aim to get off the ship 1-2 times a day, expect to visit archeological sites, fjord inlets, or an uninhabited island. We take you ashore on small boats, where ships cannot dock, to get you close to nature, or go on wildlife-spotting expeditions deep within the fjords.
Join the expedition team as they invite you to hike through the wilderness. Walk up to see Thule archeological sites and historical trappers’ huts
If paddling is an activity you greatly enjoy, sign up to participate for kayaking with an intimate group of just 8, guided by a professional, offering unlimited opportunities throughout the sailing, subject to weather conditions
Take chance to learn & practice photography alongside an experienced professional via on board lectures or special workshops during landings. Explore the key elements of photography, experiment with techniques, all for free!
During your exploration of Northeast Greenland National Park, we have chances to spot the mighty polar bears, as they are spread out across the enormous region
A Greenland Wildlife favourite, their coats change colour with the season, taking on a more brown or grey hue in summer to aid camouflage.
The visit to Northeast Greenland National Park also welcomes us the opportunity to sight these amazing white hares, hopping in their peaceful haven
These historic animals of the far north, can be spot thriving grazing across the tundra regions of the many High Arctic sites that we sail or visit during this journey
During sea days, or exploration days of Scorsbysund fjord system and Northeast Greenland National Park enjoy chances to spot pod of Humpbacks, Bowheads, Minke whales, among many others
Look out for avian life including Brünnich's Guillemots, Snowy Owls and Greenlandic Gyrfalcons.
The variety most expected to see in this regions are the big-eyed harp seals. Other varieties found here are the ringed, hooded, bearded and harbour seals, sometimes spotted relaxing on ice floes, or with their neighbouring walruses
Enjoy an intimate atmosphere aboard this small expedition ship, with a capacity of just 114. Its ice-strengthened hull, ample deck space for wildlife viewing, & state-of-the-art fin stabilizers, make it ideal for polar expeditions
The captain & officers welcome you to visit them at the Bridge any time, to have a simple chit chat, discuss their life on board, their experience in polar regions or simply watch the views from the special angle.
The top deck of the ship features an outdoor bistro, with a jacuzzi, allowing you to enjoy the scenic views while you share meals with fellow travelers or simply sitting to have a hot chocolate
Features all - suite accommodations. Each spacious, every cabin's well-appointed location across the decks provides a generous measure of comfort