New Arctic and Sub-Arctic Island Expedition Cruises -2009

Adventure Associates has just released their new Arctic  & Sub-Arctic Islands Expedition Voyages for 2009.
Journey to the Top of the World with the Experts

Just as the needle on the compass always points north, that same magnetic attraction has drawn explorers and travellers for centuries.

Adventure Associates now offers expeditioners and travellers an enormous range of Arctic adventure options ranging from polar bear spotting in Svalbard to icebreaker journeys to the North Pole.

Our travel fleet now comprises fourteen vessels, each with their own unique itinerary. The massive icebreakrer, ’50 years of Victory’ will cut a swathe through the polar pack ice to the North Pole. The stalwart Kapitan Khlebnikov, embarks on a comprehensive exploration of northern waters that includes the fabled  Northwest Passage, Tanguary Fjord and Ellesmere Island.

Meanwhile, the Shokalskiy,Polar Star, Antarctic Dream, Plancius, Quest and tiny Noorderlicht  ply the wildlife rich waters around Spitsbergen, Iceland and Greenland  with a number of sailings venturing further south to the magnificent Scottish Islands and northern Canada.

Although our 2008 sailings are coming to a close, we’ve opened bookings for the 2009 season.  In order to obtain the cabin of choice it’s advisable to book your expedition cruise early – these Arctic expeditions are immensely popular and fill quickly.

Whether your quest is to retrace any of the historic polar voyages of yore, experience the unique northern wildlife or just go somewhere you’ve never been before, contact us for details on these exceptional expeditions.

For further information and cruise bookings contact our polar cruise experts on 1800 222 141 and visit www.adventureassociates.com for full details. Brochures available from T.I.F.S. on line
 
 

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