13 Nights Greenland Expedition Farthest North
We are following great explorers like the danish Knud Rasmussen and the American Robert Peary who both explored these areas high to the north, where they learned to drive dog sleds and live as Inuit before their great exploits that led Rasmussen to the Pacific Ocean and Peary to Greenland´s northernmost point Kap Morris Jessup and the North Pole.
Our strategic point of return is the small Hans Ø located exactly in the middle of the narrow Kennedy Channel. This island is famous for its most friendly border dispute in the world, also called the “Whiskey Wars”.
This is a unique voyage, as our aim is to reach above 80˚ latitude in Greenlandic waters, something only a few expedition cruise ships have done in history. We expect a lot of sea ice in these waters and even though we sail with a ship of the highest ice class, the weather and ice conditions be decisive for how far we reach.