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Cruises visiting Coronation Gulf & all Coronation Gulf cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Coronation Gulf in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Arctic Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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Coronation Gulf runs E - W between Victoria Island and the mainland of Canada’s Nunavut territory. The Gulf lies just north of the Arctic Circle. Arctic Ocean water rushes through the Gulf; and this rough-and-tumble waterway is home to every world fishing record for the Arctic Char. Most people who go there say it’s one of the most beautiful places they’ve seen in their lives. The word ‘magical’ comes up a lot as one absorbs this turquoise oasis in a barren landscape. To the NW the Gulf connects with Dolphin and Union Strait, and thence the Beaufort Sea and Arctic Ocean; to the NE it connects with Dease Strait, and thence Queen Maud Gulf.

At the NW end of Coronation Gulf is Cape Krusenstern; south of that is Richardson Bay, and then the mouths of a number of rivers: Rae, Richardson, Coppermine, Napaaktoktok, and Asiak. Tree River enters at the south center. To the eastern end of the Gulf is the large Bathurst Inlet and Cape Flinders on the Kent Peninsula. Scattered along the Gulf lies the Duke of York Archipelago. Interestingly, in 1852 the English naval officer Richard Collinson entered the Gulf, and this was the furthest east any ship had reached from the Bering Strait. The mainland south of the gulf may have substantial diamond and uranium deposits.