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Cruises visiting Atlasova & all Atlasova cruises for  2019-2020

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

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Atlasova Island is the northernmost island of the Kuril Islands in Russia. It is essentially the cone of a submarine volcano, Alaid, and protrudes above the sea of Okhostsk to a height of 2339 m. The island is currently uninhabited and has an off-shore cone formed during the 1933-34 eruption. Named after a 17th century Russian explorer, it is said by many to be more exquisitely shaped than Mount Fuji. Landing on the island, on a beach of volcanic ash, is a terrific experience, and one can examine ash hills, not as old as the volcano, but equally as fascinating.

Opposite the landing beach is a small lake and between the two are the ruins of an old fishing factory. It does give visitors an idea of what the island could have been like in earlier times. The question of everyone’s mind is whether there will be further eruptions from this beautiful volcano in the future. The island has an area of 119 square kilometres, but is currently uninhabited. Numerous pyroclastic cones dot the lower flanks of basaltic to basaltic andesite volcano, particularly on the NW and SE sides. including an offshore cone.

Its near perfect shape gave rise to many legends about the volcano among the peoples of the region, such as the Itelmens and Kuril Ainu. The Russian scientist Stepan Krasheninnikov was told the story that it was once a mountain in Kamchatka, but the neighbouring mountains became jealous of its beauty and exiled it to the sea, leaving behind Kurile Lake in southern Kamchatka. Geographically, this story is not without evidence, as after the last Ice Age most of the icecaps melted, raising the world's water level, and possibly submerging a land-bridge to the volcano.

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