Arrive in Aasiaat from Reykjavik by chartered plane. Board your ship and overnight.
Today sail along the large Jakobshavn Glacier with its enormous ice-bergs. South of it climb the hill at Avangnardlit from which you will have a fantastic view across the Jakobshavn Isfjord, which is a World Heritage site.
At the north side of Disko Island land at Kugangup Innarta, a seabird cliff at the east side of a valley with a row of Pingo's (periglacial phenomena), and take a walk into the valley.
At Uummannaq, approach High Arctic waters. Seal hunting is still an important source of income for the local people and they also have many dogs which haul their sledges in winter. Visit the nearby Qilakitsoq site, on the north coast of the Nuussuaq Peninsula, where some years ago a family of mummified Thule culture people from the 15th Century was found.
In Karajak Isfjord see the Karajak Nunatak, where Drygalski did his geographic research and wintered at the end of the 19th Century surrounded by enormous glaciers and ice-bergs.
Through a maze of fjords and straits with huge ice-bergs and among high mountain sides work our way north looking for opportunities to make a landing at Ukalik or Iliarssuit where remains of Thule culture dwellings can be found.
In the settlement Uvkusigssat, the German explorer Wegener had his base from where he ventured to the Greenlandic ice-cap. Later that day land at the head of the fjord, where he began his ascent of the ice-cap. The glacier Scheideck which 80 years ago ended at the coast has retreated about 10 km inland. In the same area see Marmorilik with the Black Angel Mine for zinc and lead high in the mountains.
Today circumnavigate Upernivik ø and sail through narrow fjords surrounded by mountains of over 2000m and glaciers at all sides. Land in Illorsuit on Ubekendt Ejland, where the American artist Rockwell Kent made his famous painting of Greenlandic life, a century ago.
Reach Svartenhuk Halvø and land at Svartenhavn. Walk on an extensive tundra, dotted with lakes, where you will encounter ducks and geese and Muskoxen. Later we land at Lille Fladø, where a big colony of Arctic Terns and small colonies of Puffins, Black Guillemots and Little Auks survive.
At Agparssuit at the south side of Qaersorssuaq visit two small colonies of Brünnich Guillemots and on Hvalø a Puffin colony. In these waters see whales. From there sail to Upernavik the main town in Northwest Greenland, where you will have an opportunity to experience Greenlandic culture.
Upernavik and return flight to Reykjavik by chartered plane.