ARCTIC

Northwest Passage

Polar bear on ice floe, Arctic Canada
from £7608 9-16 nights | Aug - Sep Exc. flights See price details
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Overview

Join an adventurous cruise following one of the Arctic's most iconic routes - the epic quest to find the Northwest Passage occupied some of the best minds of European civilization for half a millennium. Today this elusive route offers a fascinating history, spectacular icebergs and the chance to see wildlife including polar bears and narwhals

Highlights

  • stop at Beechey Island to see the graves from the lost Franklin Expedition
  • enjoy cultural presentations including traditional throat-singing and Inuit games
  • deep fjords, ancient glaciers and countless icebergs provide a spectacular backdrop
  • wildlife in abundance including polar bears, narwhals, seals, muskox and caribou

The legendary Northwest Passage boasts a fascinating polar history, and this voyage from Greenland to Canada includes some interesting historical visits.

In addition to its long history of exploration, this region also offers a chance to visit local communities and to experience the isolated way of life faced by the Inuits of the Canadian Arctic. The Northwest Passage may now be an established sailing route but it remains a legendary voyage of discovery to this day!

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Itinerary & Accommodation

Day 1: Fly to Kangerlussuaq and embark ship
Begin your adventure by flying from Toronto to Kangerlussuaq and embarking the ship. Set sail in Sondre Stromfjord, one of the longest fjords in the world - boasting 168 kilometres of superb scenery.
Day 2: Sisimiut
People have lived in the Sisimiut area for 4,500 years. For the first 2,000 years, the people of the Saqqaq culture made it their home before the Dorset culture took over around 2,500 years ago. They lasted for 1,500 years and were followed by the people of the Thule culture - the ancestors of the current population. All these cultures came from Canada and primarily lived on fish, birds, and mammals such as whales and seals. You will explore this historic region and learn more about the society’s evolution through time.
Days 3-4: Ilulissat
Ilulissat translates literally into “iceberg”, and there couldn’t be a more fitting name for this pretty town on Greenland’s west coast. Your visit will include a chance to hike out along a boardwalk to an elevated viewpoint where you can observe great fields of ice crackling ice. You will also take a Zodiac cruise to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Ilulissat Icefjord.

The icefjord is where you will find the Sermeq Kujalleq Glacier, one of the most active and fastest moving in the world, which calves more than thirty-five square kilometres of ice annually. The glacier has been the object of scientific attention for 250 years.
Days 5-6: Western Greenland
Today cruise Karrat Fjord, one of Greenland’s most spectacular fjords, known for plentiful marine life and inspiring landscapes. Seals use the long leads created by high winds in this region to hunt in the nutrient rich waters. The cliffs and talus slopes within the fjord should also allow good opportunities to see colonies of dovekies.
Day 7: Qikiqtarjuaq
Qikiqtarjuaq, a community located on Broughton Island, is known for its wildlife, whale watching, and as an access point for Auyuittuq National Park. Qikiqtarjuaq (fondly called “Qik”, for short) is known as the iceberg capital of Nunavut and was home to a NORAD military station that formed part of the Distant Early Warning (DEW) line in the 1950s.

Qikiqtarjuaq also boasts a burgeoning traditional Inuit craft industry, and local craftspeople are eager to share their wares. Talented local artists produce Inuit carvings, with a particular focus on intricate jewelry. The community is famously warm and welcoming of visitors.
Day 8: East Baffin Island
Today explore the eastern coast of Baffin Island or Qikiqtaaluk in the region of Auyuittuq National Park. Named after English explorer William Baffin, Baffin Island is the largest island in Canada, and home to 11,000 people. Likely known to Pre-Columbian Norse of Greenland and Iceland during the eleventh century, the island is presumed to be the Helluland of the Viking sagas. The Penny Ice Cap and the Barnes Ice Cap are the largest ice caps on the island, both remnants of the Laurentide ice sheet that once covered much of the North American continent. Both are currently in a state of retreat.
Day 9: Northeast Baffin Island
Today will be an expedition day in the truest sense as you navigate the fjords of northeast Baffin Island. Moving through waters known to harbour belugas, narwhals, and other marine mammals, the crew will be watching at all times from the deck and bridge to maximize your wildlife opportunities.
Day 10: Devon Island
Devon Island is the largest uninhabited island on earth and comprises over fifty thousand square kilometres. It was first sighted by Europeans in 1616, though it was not inhabited for another three hundred years with the arrival of the Hudson’s Bay Company. The island’s geology consists of reddish Precambrian gneiss and Paeleozoic siltstones and shales; these, combined with its harsh climate, have drawn comparisons with the conditions on the planet Mars.
Day 11: Beechey Island
In 1845 Sir John Franklin took his expedition of 129 men and two ships into the Wellington Channel in search of a safe passage through the icy waters to help establish a potentially lucrative new trade route. Not a soul returned alive. It was two years before search parties were launched and aside from three bodies buried on Beechey Island, until recently, only relics were found as clues to the mysterious disappearance.
Days 12-13: Peel Sound & Parry Channel
Sailing Peel Sound, you are entering into serious polar bear country. Parry Channel is named after Arctic explorer William Edward Parry who got as far as Melville Island in 1819 before being blocked by ice at McClure Strait. Depending on ice conditions, you may make expedition stops among the spectacular landscapes, a perfect setting for hiking and exploring the geological diversity of the area.
Day 14: Usqsuqtuuq (Gjøa Haven)
In 1903, explorer Roald Amundsen attempted the Northwest Passage, sailing through the James Ross Strait. Unable to proceed due to sea ice, he spent the winters of 1903–04 and 1904–05 in the beautiful harbour he found - Usqsuqtuuq. While there, he learned Arctic living skills from the local Netsilik Inuit, skills that would later prove invaluable in his Antarctic explorations. He used his ship, Gjøa, as a base for explorations in the summer of 1904, sledding the Boothia Peninsula and travelling to the magnetic North Pole. Usqsuqtuuq offers a lot to its visitors, including he Northwest Passage Territorial Historic Park, and Canada’s most northerly golf course. Although Usqsuqtuuq is becoming more modern, many traditional Inuit activities are still being enjoyed, including throat singing, drum dancing, and hunting.
Day 15: Queen Maud Gulf
Sir John Franklin’s flagship, the HMS Erebus, was a Hecla-class bomb vessel, built in Wales in 1826. She was named after the dark region in Hades of Greek mythology and weighed 372 tons. The ship took part in the Ross Expedition from 1839 to 1843, and was abandoned during the legendary Franklin Expedition after becoming icebound during an attempt to locate the fabled Northwest Passage. Her sunken wreck had actually been designated a National Historic Site prior to even being located in September of 2014 by a Parks Canada underwater archaeology team in the eastern waters of Queen Maud Gulf. Two years later, Franklin’s other ship, HMS Terror, was also located, spurring further interest in one of the great mysteries of polar exploration.
Day 16: Coronation Gulf
Located between Victoria Island and the Arctic coast of mainland Canada, the Coronation Gulf is an extensive body of water that is linked to the Arctic Ocean via the Dolphin and Union Strait on the west and by the Dease Strait and Queen Maud Gulf on the east.

The gulf was named in 1821 by John Franklin in honour of the coronation of King George IV. The environment and Inuit cultural history of the region was studied by Rudolph Anderson and Diamond Jenness in 1916 as part of the Canadian Arctic Expedition. You will be exploring the area scouting for an opportunistic expedition stop.
Day 17: Kugluktuk (Coppermine)
Located at the mouth of the Coppermine River, southwest of Victoria Island on the Coronation Gulf, Kugluktuk is the western most community in Nunavut. Coppermine reverted to its original Inuinnaqtun name - Kugluktuk, meaning “place of moving waters”- on January 1st, 1996. The Coppermine River itself is designated a Canadian Heritage River for the important role it played as an exploration and fur trade route. Copper deposits along the river attracted the first explorers to the area.

Today disembark the ship and fly to Edmonton before continuing your journey home from here.
Notes

Featured itinerary is for Ocean Endeavour departure on 17 August 2018

Itinerary Variations

2018 Season

Akademik Vavilov - 12 Aug 2018

Day 1 Fly from Ottawa to Kangerlussuaq for embarkation
Day 2 Sisimiut
Day 3 Ilulissat and icefjord
Days 4-5 Baffin Bay
Day 6 Pond Inlet
Day 7-8 Lancaster Sound and Devon Island
Day 9 Beechey Island
Day 10 Fort Ross and Bellot Strait
Day 11 Coningham Bay
Day 12 Victory Point, King William Island
Day 13 Disembark in Cambridge Bay and fly to Edmonton

Akademik Ioffe - 23 Aug 2018

Day 1 Fly from Edmonton to Resolute for embarkation
Day 2 Beechey Island and Prince Leopold Island
Day 3 Elwin Inlet
Day 4 Prince Leopold Island
Day 5 Bellot Strait
Day 6 Coningham Bay
Day 7 Victory Point
Day 8 Royal Geographic Society Island
Day 9 Victoria or King William Island
Day 10 Disembark in Cambridge Bay and fly to Edmonton

Akademik Vavilov - 24 Aug 2018

Day 1 Fly from Edmonton to Cambridge Bay for embarkation
Day 2 Victory Point, King William Island
Day 3 Conningham Bay
Day 4 Bellot Strait and Fort Ross
Day 5 Beechey Island
Day Lancaster Sound and Dundas Harbour
Day 7 Pond Inlet
Day 8 Gibbs Fjord
Day 9 At sea in Baffin Bay
Day 10 Ilulissat and Jacobshavn Icefjord
Day 11 Sisimiut
Day 12 Sondre Stromfjord
Day 13 Disembark in Kangerlussuaq and fly to Ottawa

Ocean (Sea) Adventurer - 26 Aug 2018

Baffin Island and Northwest Passage
Day 1
Overnight in Ottawa
Day 2 Fly from Ottawa to Kangerlussuaq and embark ship
Days 3-4 West Greenland - Maniitsoq and Nuuk
Day 5 At sea towards Baffin Island
Days 6-15 Baffin Island and Northwest Passage exploration
Possible calling points include:
Pangnirtung
Cape Mercy
Qikiqtarjuak (Broughton Island)
Isabella Bay
Sam Ford Fjord
Pond Inlet
Devon Island
Beechey Island
Somerset Island
Day 16 Disembark in Resolute and fly to Ottawa
Day 17 Depart for home or choose to extend your stay in Canada

Akademik Ioffe - 01 Sep 2018

Day 1 Fly from Edmonton to Cambridge Bay for embarkation
Day 2 Victory Point, King William Island
Day 3 Conningham Bay
Day 4 Bellot Strait and Fort Ross
Day 5 Beechey Island
Day Lancaster Sound and Dundas Harbour
Day 7 Pond Inlet
Day 8 Gibbs Fjord
Day 9 Isabella Fjord
Day 10 Sunshine Fjord
Day 11 Pangnirtung
Day 12 Monumental Island
Day 13 Disembark in Iqaluit and fly to Ottawa

Ocean Endeavour - 02 Sep 2018

Day 1 Fly from Edmonton to Kugluktuk (Coppermine) for embarkation
Day 2 Coronation Gulf
Day 3 Queen Maud Gulf
Day 4 Usqsuqtuuq (Gjoa Haven)
Days 5-7 Peel Sound and Parry Channel
Day 8
Beechey Island
Day 9
Lancaster Sound
Day 10 Aujuittuq (Grise Fjord)
Day 11 Smith Sound
Day 12-14 Northwest Greenland
Day 15 Ilulissat
Day 16 Itilleq Fjord
Day 17 Disembark at Kangerlussuaq, fly to Toronto

Ocean (Sea) Adventurer - 09 Sep 2018

West Greenland and Northwest Passage
Day 1
Overnight in Ottawa
Day 2
Fly from Ottawa to Resolute and embark ship
Days 3-6
Northwest Passage exploration
Possible calling points include:
Beechey Island
Radstock Bay
Arctic Bay
Devon Island
Days 7-8
Smith Sound
Day 9 Qaanaaq
Day 10 At sea
Days 11-15 Exploring West Greenland
Possible calling points include:
Nuussuaq (Kraulshavn)
Uummannaq
Qilaqitsoq (Qilakitsoq)
Eqip Sermia
Ilulissat
Sisimiut
Day 16 Disembark in Kangerlussuaq and fly to Ottawa
Day 17 Depart for home or choose to extend your stay in Canada


Please note
that all voyage itineraries are intended as a guideline only - embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy of expedition travel. Actual routes and landings will be dependent on weather, sea and ice conditions. A degree of flexibility is essential in the polar regions!

Accommodation Options

Ocean Endeavour

  • Grade:
  • Type: Luxury Ship

The largest ship we feature offers a spacious and comfor…

Akademik Ioffe

  • Grade:
  • Type: Expedition Ship

Taking up to 96 passengers the Akademik Ioffe is the num…

Sea Adventurer (known as Ocean Adventurer from 2017)

  • Grade:
  • Type: Expedition Ship

This attractive ice-strengthened vessel is a comfortable…

Akademik Sergey Vavilov

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  • Type: Expedition Ship

Taking up to 92 passengers, this ice-strengthened vessel…

Excursions

Kayaking

Optional Adventure Activity on selected Arctic Cruises

Prices & Dates

2018 Season

Prices are per person, based on a twin cabin. Please contact our team of travel specialists for alternative occupancies and cabin upgrades.

DepartureActivitiesDurationVesselPrices from
12 Aug 2018 13 days Akademik Vavilov £9,862
17 Aug 2018   17 days Ocean Endeavour £11,316
23 Aug 2018 10 days Akademik Ioffe £7,608
24 Aug 2018 13 days Akademik Vavilov £9,862
26 Aug 2018 17 days Ocean (Sea) Adventurer £11,123
01 Sep 2018 13 days Akademik Ioffe £10,377
02 Sep 2018   17 days Ocean Endeavour £11,316
09 Sep 2018 17 days Ocean (Sea) Adventurer £11,123

Please see itinerary page for all route variations

Activity options:
≠ Kayaking is available on this voyage: £535 per person on the Ocean (Sea) Adventurer; £561 per person on the Akademik Vavilov

Inclusions & Exclusions

Ocean (Sea) Adventurer - 12 Aug 2018

Price includes One night accommodation pre-voyage in Ottawa, with breakfast • Transfer from hotel in Ottawa to airport, for charter flight • Flight from Ottawa to Kangerlussuaq on day of embarkation (luggage allowance is 20kg in hold and 5kg carry on) • Transfer from airport to ship in Kangerlussuaq for embarkation • Transfer from ship to airport on disembarkation • Flight from Resolute to Ottawa on day of disembarkation (luggage allowance is 20kg in hold and 5kg carry on) • Transfer from airport to hotel in Ottawa on day of disembarkation • One night accommodation post-voyage in Ottawa, with breakfast • Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board throughout your voyage • Digital photographic journal, documenting the voyage • Coffee, tea, cocoa available around the clock • Leadership throughout the voyage by an experienced Expedition Leader • All Zodiac transfers, cruising and shore landings as per the daily program • Formal and informal presentations by the Expedition Team and guest speakers as scheduled • A pair of waterproof expedition boots on loan for shore landings • A Quark Expeditions parka to keep • Hair dryer and bathrobe in every cabin • Comprehensive pre-departure materials, including a map and an informative Arctic Reader • All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges throughout the program • All luggage handling aboard ship • Emergency Evacuation Insurance for all passengers to a maximum benefit of $100,000 per person

Price excludes Return airfares from the UK • Transfers between Ottawa airport and hotel on arrival and departure days • Government arrival and departure taxes (payable locally) • Any pre- or post-voyage accommodation/land arrangements • Passport and visa expenses (we will be pleased to advise you on any necessary documentation, however this is passengers' own responsibility) • Waterproof trousers are not provided on this voyage; passengers must provide their own wet weather trousers for zodiac cruising and shore lan • Alcoholic and soft drinks, telecommunication charges, laundry costs and other charges of a personal nature • Travel insurance • Gratuities and tips (for staff and other service personnel - guidelines will be provided) • Excess baggage charges

Ocean (Sea) Adventurer - 09 Sep 2018

Price includes One night accommodation pre-voyage in Ottawa, with breakfast • Transfer from hotel in Ottawa to airport, for charter flight • Flight from Ottawa to Resolute on day of embarkation (luggage allowance is 20kg in hold and 5kg carry on) • Transfer from airport to ship in Resolute for embarkation • Transfer from ship to airport on disembarkation • Flight from Kangerlussuaq to Ottawa on day of disembarkation (luggage allowance is 20kg in hold and 5kg carry on) • Transfer from airport to hotel in Ottawa on day of disembarkation • One night accommodation post-voyage in Ottawa, with breakfast • Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board throughout your voyage • Digital photographic journal, documenting the voyage • Coffee, tea, cocoa available around the clock • Leadership throughout the voyage by an experienced Expedition Leader • All Zodiac transfers, cruising and shore landings as per the daily program • Formal and informal presentations by our Expedition Team and guest speakers as scheduled • A pair of waterproof expedition boots on loan for shore landings • A Quark Expeditions parka to keep • Hair dryer and bathrobe in every cabin • Comprehensive pre-departure materials, including a map and an informative Arctic Reader • All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges throughout the program • All luggage handling aboard ship • Emergency Evacuation Insurance for all passengers to a maximum benefit of $100,000 per person

Price excludes Return airfares from the UK • Transfers between Ottawa airport and hotel on arrival and departure days • Government arrival and departure taxes (payable locally) • Any pre- or post-voyage accommodation/land arrangements • Passport and visa expenses (we will be pleased to advise you on any necessary documentation, however this is passengers' own responsibility) • Waterproof trousers are not provided on this voyage; passengers must provide their own wet weather trousers for zodiac cruising and shore lan • Alcoholic and soft drinks, telecommunication charges, laundry costs and other charges of a personal nature • Travel insurance • Gratuities and tips (for staff and other service personnel - guidelines will be provided) • Excess baggage charges

Akademik Vavilov - 12 Aug 2018

Price includes Arrival group transfer from airport to hotel in Ottawa • Charter flight between Ottawa and Kangerlussuaq • Charter flight between Cambridge Bay and Edmonton • Group transfers between airports and ports of embarkation/disembarkation • Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board throughout your voyage • Leadership throughout the voyage by an experienced Expedition Leader, including shore landings and other activities • All shore landings per the daily program • All Zodiac transfers and cruising per the daily program • Formal and informal presentations by the Expedition Team and guest speakers as scheduled • Comprehensive pre-departure materials • All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges throughout the program • Loan of boots, jacket and waterproof trousers - must be requested at time of booking

Price excludes Return airfares between UK and Canada • Any pre- or post-voyage accommodation. A pre-voyage night is strongly recommended • Additional airport or airline security charges • Passport and visa expenses (we will be pleased to advise you on any necessary documentation, however this is passengers' own responsibility) • Alcoholic and soft drinks, telecommunication charges, laundry costs and other charges of a personal nature • The customary gratuity at the end of the voyage for Hospitality Team members, ship's crew and Expedition Team members (guidelines will be provided) • Travel insurance

Akademik Ioffe - 23 Aug 2018

Price includes Charter flights from Edmonton to Resolute and from Cambridge Bay to Edmonton • Group transfers between airports and ports of embarkation/disembarkation • Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board throughout your voyage • Leadership throughout the voyage by an experienced Expedition Leader, including shore landings and other activities • All shore landings per the daily program • All Zodiac transfers and cruising per the daily program • Formal and informal presentations by the Expedition Team and guest speakers as scheduled • Comprehensive pre-departure materials • All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges throughout the program • Loan of boots, jacket and waterproof trousers - must be requested at time of booking

Price excludes Return airfares between UK and Canada • Any pre- or post-voyage accommodation. A pre-voyage night is strongly recommended • Additional airport or airline security charges • Passport and visa expenses (we will be pleased to advise you on any necessary documentation, however this is passengers' own responsibility) • Alcoholic and soft drinks, telecommunication charges, laundry costs and other charges of a personal nature • The customary gratuity at the end of the voyage for Hospitality Team members, ship's crew and Expedition Team members (guidelines will be provided) • Travel insurance

Akademik Vavilov - 24 Aug 2018

Price includes Arrival group transfer from airport to hotel in Edmonton • Charter flight between Edmonton and Cambridge Bay • Charter flight between Kangerlussuaq and Ottawa • Group transfers between airports and ports of embarkation/disembarkation • Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board throughout your voyage • Leadership throughout the voyage by an experienced Expedition Leader, including shore landings and other activities • All shore landings per the daily program • All Zodiac transfers and cruising per the daily program • Formal and informal presentations by the Expedition Team and guest speakers as scheduled • Comprehensive pre-departure materials • All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges throughout the program • Loan of boots, jacket and waterproof trousers - must be requested at time of booking

Price excludes Return airfares between UK and Canada • Any pre- or post-voyage accommodation. A pre-voyage night is strongly recommended • Additional airport or airline security charges • Passport and visa expenses (we will be pleased to advise you on any necessary documentation, however this is passengers' own responsibility) • Alcoholic and soft drinks, telecommunication charges, laundry costs and other charges of a personal nature • The customary gratuity at the end of the voyage for Hospitality Team members, ship's crew and Expedition Team members (guidelines will be provided) • Travel insurance

Akademik Vavilov - 01 Sep 2018

Price includes Arrival group transfer from airport to hotel in Edmonton • Charter flight between Edmonton and Cambridge Bay • Charter flight between Iqaluit and Ottawa • Group transfers between airports and ports of embarkation/disembarkation • Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board throughout your voyage • Leadership throughout the voyage by an experienced Expedition Leader, including shore landings and other activities • All shore landings per the daily program • All Zodiac transfers and cruising per the daily program • Formal and informal presentations by the Expedition Team and guest speakers as scheduled • Comprehensive pre-departure materials • All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges throughout the program • Loan of boots, jacket and waterproof trousers - must be requested at time of booking

Price excludes Return airfares between UK and Canada • Any pre- or post-voyage accommodation. A pre-voyage night is strongly recommended • Additional airport or airline security charges • Passport and visa expenses (we will be pleased to advise you on any necessary documentation, however this is passengers' own responsibility) • Alcoholic and soft drinks, telecommunication charges, laundry costs and other charges of a personal nature • The customary gratuity at the end of the voyage for Hospitality Team members, ship's crew and Expedition Team members (guidelines will be provided) • Travel insurance

Ocean Endeavour

Price includes Charter flights between Toronto and Kangerlussuaq and between Kugluktuk and Edmonton • Group transfer between airport and port of embarkation/disembarkation • Shipboard accommodation on a full board basis • All shore landings and Zodiac excursions as per the daily programme • Programme of lectures by noted naturalists and leadership by experienced expedition staff • Comprehensive pre-departure material • All miscellaneous service taxes, port charges and park fees throughout the programme • Discovery Fund Fee: supporting local community projects

Price excludes All airfares not listed in inclusions • Government arrival and departure taxes (payable locally) • Any pre- or post-voyage accommodation/land arrangements • Passport and visa expenses (we will be pleased to advise you on any necessary documentation, however this is passengers' own responsibility) • Alcoholic and soft drinks, telecommunication charges, laundry costs and other charges of a personal nature • Travel insurance • Gratuities and tips (for stewards and other service personnel - guidelines will be provided) • Jackets are not provided on this voyage; passengers must provide their own outdoor clothing • A selection of boots may be available on board the ship (left by previous passengers) - as we cannot guarantee availability and sizes we recommend our clients take their own boots • Doctor's fees confirming fitness for travel (compulsory for all passengers)

 We would be pleased to quote for the best available airfares and comprehensive travel insurance to suit your specific holiday requirements.

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