Here yu can read more about the trips to the Arctic
Here you can read more about the trips to Antarctica
The Arctic is divided into 3 main regions; Arctic Europe, Arctic Canada w/ Alaska, and Far East Russia. In addition we have cruises to or through the Northwest and the Northeast Passages connecting Europe with Canada/Alaska and Far East Russia respectively. Here you can read more about the Arctic trips.
This region includes the North Atlantic islands of Shetland, Faeroe Islands, Iceland, Jan Mayen and Bjornya. The most popular destinations are Spitsbergen and Greenland. Here you can read more about Atlantic Islands, Spitsbergen and Greenland.
Arctic Canada and Alaska
This region includes Baffin Island, West Greenland and the Northwest Passage of northern Canada and Alaska. Here you can read more about Arctic Canada and Alaska
Far East Russia
This very remote and incredibly beautiful area includes The Sea of Okhotsk, Kamchatka and the Bering Sea with Wrangel Island, north of the Russian mainland. Currently we also have one operator who offers a cruise from Far East Russia through the Northeast passage to Norway. Here you can read more about Far East Russia
We have three main Antarctic regions; South Atlantic (Falklands and South Georgia), Antarctic Peninsula with Weddell sea and the Ross Sea region. Here you can read more about Antarctica.
Special offer! Up to 40% discount on the 32 day Ross Sea - Argentina to New Zealand (and New Zealand to Argentina)
Up to 40% discount on the voyage of a lifetime! This exploratory voyage vill visit the Antarctic Peninsula, to the rarely visited volcanic Peter I Island, to the huts of the British explorers Ernest Shackleton and Robert Falcon Scott on Ross Island, to McMurdo Station and the Dry Valleys and to Campbell Island, home to the Southern Royal Albatrosses. With two helicopters onboard we can goto certain sites where Zodiacs cannot be used. Potential candidates for helicopter transfers are Cape Evans (hut of Scott), Cape Royds (hut of Shackleton), Ross Ice Shelf at Bay of Whales, Peter I Island, and the Dry Valleys.
South Atlantic (South Georgia and the Falkland Islands)
The cruises to the Falklands and South Georgia normally also includes the Antarctic Peninsula and typically are 18-21 day trips. Here you can read more about the South Georgia and the Falkland Islands
Antarctic Peninsula with Weddell sea
The Antarctic Peninsula cruises normally start from Ushuaia and visits the different island going as far south as the Polar Circle. A typical cruise would be 10 to 12 days. It is also possible to fly across the Drake Passage from Punta Arenas to King George Island making it a 7 day trip. Here you can read more about the Antarctic Peninsula, Weddell sea and "Fly the Drake".
Ross sea region
The cruises to the Ross Sea usually start and end in Bluff, New Zealand or, can start in Ushuaia (Argentina) and end in Bluff (New Zealand) and vise versa. Here you can read more about the remote Ross sea region