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Cruises visiting Kullorsuaq & all Kullorsuaq cruises for  2019-2020

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Kullorsuaq is a settlement in NW Greenland on Kullorsaq Island, Melville Bay, part of the larger Baffin Bay. The island is at the northern end of the vast Upernavik Archipelago that hugs the west coast of Greenland for a distance of 340 km. The first and official language is Kalaallisut or West Greenlandic, the colonial language being Danish. The settlement lies 900 km north of the Arctic Circle, and has a population of around 450 Inuit. The name of the settlement means "Big Thumb" in Kalaallisut, after the Devil's Thumb, a prominent 500 m pinnacle-shaped mountain in the centre of the island about 3 km north of the settlement.

The Upernavik Archipelago has been settled (though sparsely) by a number of migrant groups over thousands of years, drawing modern-day archaeologists to the area to uncover its history. Kullorsuaq was founded in 1928. In the 20th C trade in the products of hunting and fishing led, in 1952, to Kullorsuaq becoming the northernmost trading post in the archipelago with the establishment of its first year-round shop. Fishing – including narwhals and whales – and hunting – including fur seals and walruses – are the primary occupations in the area.

The entire settlement fits into an area 750m by 450m, its multi-coloured houses spread over a terrain of rocks and low grasses. Access is by sea and helicopter. Its harbour is ice-free between July and November. Dogsleds are a frequent means of transportation during winter and spring. Just 22 km east of Kullorsuaq Island is the Greenland ice sheet that reaches the sea. Kullorsuaq remains one of the most traditional hunting and fishing villages in Greenland.

Cruises visiting Kullorsuaq in 2019

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7

AUG

L'Austral cruises

16

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

$21,780

$1,361

16

AUG

L'Austral cruises

13

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

$16,480

$1,268

28

AUG

L'Austral cruises

22

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

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Cruises visiting Kullorsuaq in 2020

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Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

21

JUL

L'Austral cruises

13

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

$17,630

$1,356

10

AUG

L'Austral cruises

16

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

$22,190

$1,387

28

AUG

L'Austral cruises

22

NIGHTS

L'Austral cruises

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