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Out of the Northwest Passage 2015
Out of the Northwest Passage 2015

Out of the Northwest Passage 2015 picture

An iconic journey, the Northwest Passage remains an adventure today. Leaving Kugluktuk, we head east, traversing James Ross Strait en route to Gjoa Haven, where Amundsen honed his polar skills. We sail the Queen Maud Gulf, while stopping daily for hiking and zodiac cruising. Passing through Bellot Strait, we watch for whales, walrus, polar bear and muskox. At Beechey Island we pay our respects at the Franklin Graves. On Devon Island, we visit the ruins of the Dundas Harbour RCMP and HBC posts, before calling in at Canada’s most northerly community, Aujuittuq (Grise Fiord). Continuing north into the wilds of Smith Sound we expect ice, ice and more ice! We trace the routes of famous explorers such as Rasmussen and Peary as we call in at Greenland’s northernmost community of Qaannaq. Sailing south admist towering icebergs, we’ll witness calving glaciers, explore deep fiords and visit the UNESCO world heritage site of the Ilulissat Icefjord.

day 1
Kugluktuk (Coppermine)
day 2
Kitlineq (Victoria Island)
day 3
Gjoa Haven
day 4
Bellot Strait
day 5
Fort Ross
day 6
Prince Leopold Island
day 7
Beechey Island
day 8
Devon Island
day 9
Aujuittuq (Grise Fiord)
day 10
Smith Sound
day 11
Qaanaaq, Greenland
day 12
Kap York
day 13
Melville Bay
day 14
Karrat Fjord
day 15
Ilulissat, Greenland
day 16
Sisimuit Coast, Greenland
day 17
Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
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Located at the mouth of the Coppermine river to southwest of Victoria Island on the Coronation Gulf, Kugluktuk is the western most community in Nunavut. Originally named Coppermine, it was renamed Kugluktuk according to its Inuinnaqtun name 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. Because the tundra is close to the tree line, a variety of wildlife can be viewed in the area, including grizzly bears, wolverines and moose, as well as tundra wildlife, such as muskoxen, caribou, foxes and wolves.

Out of the Northwest Passage Map
Sept. 5, 2015 - Sept. 21, 2015 - Click on cabin category for ship deckplan

All prices are per person, in US Dollars (USD) unless specified otherwise, and are cash or cheque discounted.

  • 1

    $8995.00   Deck four. Interior cabin, four lower berths, private bath

  • 2

    $10195.00   Deck four. Interior cabin, three lower berths, private bath

  • 3

    $11895.00   Deck five. Interior cabin, two lower berths, private bath

  • 4

    $13395.00   Deck four, porthole window, two lower berths, private bath

  • 5

    $14895.00   Deck five, picture window, two lower berths, private bath

  • 6

    $16395.00   Deck seven and eight, picture windows (obstructed view), two lower berth OR matrimonial bed, private bath, refrigerator

  • 7

    $17895.00   Deck eight, large picture window (partial obstruction), two lower berths, private bath, refrigerator

  • 8

    $19395.00   Deck five and seven, picture window, two lower berths, private bath, refrigerator

  • 9

    $20895.00   Deck five and seven, picture window, two lower berths, private bath

  • 10

    $22395.00   Deck seven, picture window, two lower berths, private bath, refrigerator


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    Please add Discovery Fund Fee - Out of the Northwest Passage fee of $250.00 to above prices

    Please call for details regarding charter flight details etc.
     
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Out of the Northwest Passage 2015

Ocean Endeavour

Details

  • Capacity: 198
  • Registry: Marshall Islands
  • Length: 137 meters (450ft)

DESCRIPTION



The Ocean Endeavour is the perfect vessel for expedition cruising. Outfitted with twenty Zodiacs, advanced navigation equipment, multiple lounges, and a top deck observation room, she is purpose-built for passenger experiences in remote environments. The Ocean Endeavour boasts a 1B ice class, enabling her to freely explore throughout the Arctic summer. Launched in 1982, she has had numerous upgrades, most recently in 2016. At 137 metres in length, the Ocean Endeavour has plenty of interior and exterior space. Ample deck space offers comfortable lounge chairs, a swimming pool, two saunas, and even a hot tub! The spacious interior allows for varied workshops and presentations to occur simultaneously. The three lounges aboard the Ocean Endeavour are optimal locations for seminars, events, parties, and conversation. The Ocean Endeavour’s crew is experienced and friendly. The ship’s shallow draft and manoeuvrability allow her to access isolated fjords, bays, and secluded communities. Enjoy the class and comfort of a boutique hotel while venturing to some of the world’s last great frontiers aboard the Ocean Endeavour! More

  • Aaron Spitzer

    Aaron Spitzer

    History and Politics

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  • André Gallant

    André Gallant

    Photographer and Author

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  • Barney Bentall

    Barney Bentall

    Musician

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  • Carolyn Mallory

    Carolyn Mallory

    Field Botanist

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  • Charlie Duke

    Charlie Duke

    Astronaut

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  • David Reid

    David Reid

    Arctic Explorer

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  • David Newland

    David Newland

    Host / Expedition Team

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  • Deanna Leonard-Spitzer

    Deanna Leonard-Spitzer

    Marine Biologist

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  • Freeman Patterson

    Freeman Patterson

    Photographer

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  • Gay Peppin

    Gay Peppin

    Client Services

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  • James  Raffan

    James Raffan

    Explorer

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  • Judy Acres

    Judy Acres

    Cruise Director

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  • Ken McGoogan

    Ken McGoogan

    Author and Historian

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  • Latonia  Hartery

    Latonia Hartery

    Archaeologist

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  • Lois  Suluk-Locke

    Lois Suluk-Locke

    Culturalist

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  • Marc St-Onge

    Marc St-Onge

    Geologist

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  • Margaret Atwood

    Margaret Atwood

    Author

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  • Mark Mallory

    Mark Mallory

    Seabird Biologist

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  • Matthew James Swan

    Matthew James Swan

    Expedition Leader

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  • Natalie Swain

    Natalie Swain

    Expedition Team

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  • Romani Makkik

    Romani Makkik

    Culturalist

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  • Stefan Kindberg

    Stefan Kindberg

    Expedition Team

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  • Susie  Evyagotailak

    Susie Evyagotailak

    Culturalist

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Highlights

  • - Travel the route that obsessed explorers for centuries
  • - Enjoy the legendary hospitality of vibrant Inuit communities
  • - Find and photograph the wild creatures of the Arctic wilderness
  • - Experience the Arctic with our expert artists, lecturers and hosts
  • - Visit the historic graves of the ill fated Franklin Expedition
  • - Visit the largest uninhabited island on earth during our stop at Devon Island

What's Included

  • All entry & park fees

  • Your complete itinerary

  • Team of resource specialists

  • Educational program and pre-departure materials

  • All shipboard meals

  • All Zodiac excursions

  • Service charges and port fees


  • What's Not Included

  • Commercial flights

  • Mandatory medical / evacuation insurance

  • Personal expenses

  • Additional expenses in the event of delays or Itinerary changes

  • Discretionary gratuities to ship's crew (approximately $10 - 14 per passenger per day)

  • Visas, or inoculations, if required

  • Physician's fees confirming you are fit to travel

  • Possible fuel surcharges

  • $250 Discovery Fund Fee

    Charter Flights


    Northbound: Edmonton, Alberta to Kugluktuk (Coppermine), Nunavut Date: September 5, 2015 (early morning departure) Southbound: Kangerlussuaq, Greeenland to Toronto, Ontario Date: September 21, 2015 (early evening arrival) Roundtrip: $2195 USD per person, inclusive of taxes and fees

    Pre and post hotel nights are available in Edmonton and Toronto on request. Overnight accommodation in Toronto recommended.
    • Travel the route that obsessed explorers for centuries
    • Enjoy the legendary hospitality of vibrant Inuit communities
    • Find and photograph the wild creatures of the Arctic wilderness
    • Experience the Arctic with our expert artists, lecturers and hosts
    • Visit the historic graves of the ill fated Franklin Expedition
    • Visit the largest uninhabited island on earth during our stop at Devon Island