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Arctic Cruises

Arctic

The Arctic consists of ocean surrounded by continental land masses and islands. The central Arctic Ocean is ice-covered year-round, and snow and ice are present on land for most of the year.

The southern limit of the arctic region is commonly placed at the Arctic Circle (latitude 66 degrees, 32 minutes North). The Arctic Circle is an imaginary line that marks the latitude above which the sun does not set on the day of the summer solstice (usually 21 June) and does not rise on the the day of the winter solstice (usually 21 December). North of this latitude, periods of continuous daylight or night last up to six months at the North Pole.

Traveling in the Arctic by ship gives you the rare opportunity to see places that others seldom see. The pristine environment and unusual wildlife offer an experience which you will always remember. Scantours offers cruises to Svalbard, Greenland, and Iceland with exceptional guides and shore excursions.

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Hurtigruten - Norwegian Coastal Voyage
12 Days / 15 locations in Norway
From $2791 Per Person Double Occupancy
Hurtigruten - Norwegian Coasta

HurtigrutenThe Hurtigruten cruise is the essential program that we offer and is sold as a stand-alone journey or incorporated into packages, which can be combined with Fjord and Scandinavia Enhancement programs.

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Greenland from the Sea - 10 Days from Iceland
10 Days / 6 locations in Greenland
From $6750 Per Person Double Occupancy
Greenland

MV Sarfaq IttukHotel stay in Ilulissat and Narsaq combined with a cruise along the West coast of Greenland offers unique experiences of the arctic nature and insight in the Inuit culture. Sailing along the West coast of Greenland is a splendid way of meeting the locals. Accommodation in modern outside cabins with private facilities. Along the way from Ilulissat in the Disko Bay to Narsaq in South Greenland there will be plenty of time to relax and experience the beautiful and varied nature of Greenland.

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Greenland from the Sea - 6 Days from Iceland
6 Days / 7 locations in Greenland
From $5735 Per Person Double Occupancy
Greenland

MV Sarfaq IttukSailing along the West coast of Greenland gives you a superb opportunity to meet the locals and at the same time experience the breathtaking arctic summer from the sea. Accommodation in modern outside cabins with private facilities. Along the way from the rough Disko Bay to fertile South Greenland you have plenty of time to enjoy Greenland's unique nature. This tour is combined with a hotel stay in Ilulissat and Narsaq.

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Northeast Greenland Aboard the M/V Ortelius
13 Days / 4 locations in Greenland and Svalbard, Norway
From $8400 Per Person Double Occupancy

M/V OrteliusThe Norwegian name for this archipelago including Bear Island and Jan Mayen is Svalbard. However it is usually known as Spitsbergen. Covering an area almost as big as the Republic of Ireland, Spitsbergen with its population of 3,500 in five settlements is still today virtually unspoilt wilderness.

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North Spitsbergen Polar Bear Special Cruise
8 Days / 3 locations in Svalbard, Norway
From $5300 Per Person Double Occupancy
Spitsbergen

M/V OrteliusThe Arctic coastlines offer some of the finest scenery and wildlife experiences in the world. From the Scottish Isles to the High Arctic, visitors to the region can witness enormous colonies of seabirds thronging the cliffs and shores, and enjoy the thrilling antics of whales and dolphins at sea and seals and Walrus hauled out on the rocks and ice floes.

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Umanak Cruise
12 Days / 4 locations in Greenland
From $4600 Per Person Double Occupancy
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S/V Rembrandt van RijnGreenland or "Kalaallit Nunaat" ("Land of the People") in the Greenlandic language, is the largest island in the world, it stretches from 60º to 83º north latitude. Kap Farvel, its southern tip, is located at almost the same latitude as the Shetland Islands in Scotland. The extreme north of Greenland is the northernmost point of land on our planet. Greenland is dominated by the second largest ice-sheet in the world; more than 80% of its surface area is covered by ice reaching a thickness of over 3000 meters (10,000 feet) in the interior. Although huge in size (2,166,000 km²), it is inhabited by less than 60.000 people. Greenland is geographically a part of the North American continent but has more social and political ties with Europe.

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Around Spitsbergen Aboard M/V Plancius
10 Days / 3 locations in Svalbard, Norway
From $6750 Per Person Double Occupancy
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M/V PlanciusThe Arctic coastlines offer some of the finest scenery and wildlife experiences in the world. Visitors to the region can witness enormous colonies of seabirds thronging the cliffs and shores, and enjoy the thrilling antics of whales and dolphins at sea and seals and Walrus hauled out on the rocks and ice floes.

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Disko Bay - Umanak Cruise
10 Days / 1 location in Greenland
From $3850 Per Person Double Occupancy
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S/V Rembrandt van Rijn Greenland is the largest island in the world, it stretches from 60º to 83º north latitude. Kap Farvel, its southern tip, is located at almost the same latitude as the Shetland Islands in Scotland. The extreme north of Greenland is the northernmost point of land on our planet. Greenland is dominated by the second largest ice-sheet in the world; more than 80% of its surface area is covered by ice reaching a thickness of over 3000 meters (10,000 feet) in the interior. Although huge in size (2,166,000 km²), it is inhabited by less than 60.000 people. Greenland is geographically a part of the North American continent but has more social and political ties with Europe.

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