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The Arctic is the current ‘in’ region for cruising, with nearly a million visitors each year. Svalbard Archipelago (Norway) and Greenland are very popular. The Arctic region (north of 66.56 deg.lat.) is an ocean surrounded by continents, north of where no trees grow, populated by polar bears, walruses, whales, seals and arctic birds. Ports in ‘the land of the midnight sun’ include those of northern continental Norway and its islands Bear Island and the Svalbard Archipelago; five ports in Greenland; and the Barents Sea ports and islands of NW Russia. Cruises operate around May to September.

Large ships with 1000 to 3000 passengers offer typically 12 to 18-night round-trip cruises out of northern European ports to the Arctic ports of continental Norway, Norway’s islands further north, and the northern ports of Russia. Choose from nine ships of seven cruise lines. The smaller vessels Ocean Princess, Azamara Journey, Crystal Symphony, Seabourn’s Legend and Quest, Seven Seas Voyager and Silver Cloud also cross the Arctic Circle.

Most outstanding is the sight of the Midnight Sun on most of these cruises. (To view the Northern Lights you’ll have to book on Oriana for March 2016.) Five vessels reach the furthest north for cruise ships, the Svalbard Archipelago (78 deg.lat.). The majority of cruises reach North Cape at the top of mainland Europe, on the fjord coastline of Norway. Silver Explorer (132 passengers) is a luxury expedition vessel with Zodiacs enabling it to access small landing sites for serious exploration. In August/September she explores Hudson’s Bay, Greenland and Iceland, a pinnacle of exploration.



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