MV Sarfaq IttukSailing plays a very important role in the Greenlandic infrastructure and a cruise along the West coast of Greenland is a fabulous way of experiencing this beautiful and varied country. Accommodation in outside cabins with private facilities.
MV Sarfaq Ittuk The best way to experience the great variety of the world's biggest island is from the sea. Join an amazing journey along the West Coast of Greenland, accommodated in modern outside cabins with private facilities, where we visit most of the towns and watch the beautiful landscape change along the way. This is how the locals travel.
M/S FramSee the autumn colours and many of the historical and fascinating sights of Western Europe on this voyage. We start in Bergen and travel to Las Palmas. We will sail up the Seine to visit Rouen and continue to Nantes, before we set course across the Bay of Biscay towards Spain and La Coruña. In Portugal we will visit both Lisbon and Portimão before we head for Africa and a day exploring Casablanca. Agadir is next before we head over to the Canary Islands.
M/S Princess SeawaysA total solar eclipse is one of the rarest and most beautiful natural phenomena you can experience. In 2015 the Faroe Islands will be one of only two places on Earth where land-based viewing of the eclipse is suitable. If the weather is clear, the experience will be amazing – truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience! Join us as we sail to the Faroe Islands in time for the eclipse but also with time to explore these dramatic and hauntingly beautiful islands in the North Atlantic. Please note that spaces are in great demand on this tour!
M/V Sea Spirit Expedition Cruise from Holland to Scotland, the Orkney Islands, Faroe Islands and Iceland.
Polar PioneerFrom the Hebrides in the west, to inhospitable windswept specks of land like St Kilda and Foula, and to the Orkney and Shetland islands in the north, we’ll explore the intriguing diversity of these wild islands. We plan to take in Neolithic sites scarcely changed in 5000 years, and ponder the mystery of huge monoliths that marked seasonal change. We’ll visit remote crofting communities, picturesque villages and castles that were once strongholds of Scottish clans. We hope to see some of the world’s largest seabird colonies, raucous places filled with gannets, fulmars, arctic terns and delightful puffins. Or sit quietly in Zodiacs as seals play nearby in waters patrolled by whales and dolphins.