A polar voyage to West Greenland where you will sail to Godthåbsfjord among other landing sites. Along the way on your Arctic exploration see whales, other beautiful flora and fauna, learn from Greenlandic history & culture and admire the many glaciers on this exciting Arctic cruise.
Day 1 : Kangerlussuaq / Embark Day 2 : Søndre Strømfjord Day 3 : Evighedsfjord Day 4 : Hamborgerland Day 5 : South of Maniitsoq Days 6-7 : Godthåbsfjord Day 8 : Nuuk
We arrive at Kangerlussuaq a former American air base, these days an intercontinental airport, where we board the ship
Day 2 Søndre Strømfjord
In the Søndre Strømfjord surrounded by towering mountains, we can meet currents of up to 7 knots ( 12 km), thus we may need some time to sail the whole length of 170 km. At the south side of the fjord, the valleys at Safartoq and Angujafortik are much frequented by groups of Musk Oxen. We will land there to observe them from a distance
Day 3 Evighedsfjord
Deep into Evighedsfjord ( Eternities Fjord) near the glacier fronts of Sermetsiaq and Taterat Sermiat we are surrounded by mountains of nearly 2000 m high. In the mouth of this fjord system we often see Humpback Whales.
Day 4 Hamborgerland
East of Hamborgerland we reach the fantastic landscapes of the Sermilinguaq Fjord. The Maniitsoq area has rugged scenery with mountain tops flanked by glaciers reaching down to the sea.
Day 5 South of Maniitsoq
South of Maniitsoq between Alanngua and Atamik, we land in an area which is the base of a large impact crater, caused by a huge meteorite, which hit the earth about 3 milliard years ago. It is the oldest impact structure recorded to date on earth.
Day 6-7 Godthåbsfjord
We sail some way into Godthåbsfjord and visit some ruins from Vesterbygd ( western settlement) of the Norsemen and see majestatic ice-bergs from the Kangersuneq. The Moravians had a mission in the abandoned Umanaq settlement.
Day 8 Nuuk
Nuuk (Godthåb - Neu Herrenhut) the capital of Greenland has a population of about 15,000. An excursion should include a visit to the museum which has a remarkable collection of Inuit mummies, dating from the 15th Century, which were found near Uummannaq, further to the north. The Cultural Centre of Nuuk, which each year has an exhibition of the work of a Greenlandic artist, is also worth visiting. The waters to the west of the town are a good place to see Humpback Whale and Blue Whale. Some of our passengers will leave the ship for their home-ward flights, but many will stay for the next voyage
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Triple Private Porthole
Main deck, upper and lower berths, private bath facilities and porthole.
Twin Private Inside
Lower deck, upper and lower berths, inside cabins with private bath facilities.
Twin Private Porthole
Lower deck, upper and lower berths or two lower berths, private bath facilities and porthole.
This Add-on is available only for our travelers extending or customizing their itinerary.
- Rates are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent costs per person, double occupancy.
- Cabins are available for single occupancy at 1.7 times the double occupancy rate.
- Due to the extreme nature of itinerary destinations, travel insurance is mandatory for all cruises aboard the Rembrandt Van Rijn - including medical, accident and repatriation/evacuation insurance.
- Voyage aboard the indicated vessel as indicated in the itinerary.
- All meals throughout the voyage aboard the ship including snacks, coffee and tea.
- All shore excursions and activities throughout the voyage by Zodiac.
- Program of lectures by noted naturalists and leadership by experienced expedition staff.
- On Rembrandt voyages: Transfers and baggage handling between airport and ship in Greenland harbors on the chartered group flights.
- All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges throughout the program.
- AECO fees and governmental taxes.
- Comprehensive pre-departure material
Any airfare, whether on scheduled or charter flights; pre- and post land arrangements; transfers to / from the vessel outside Spitsbergen; passport and visa expenses; Government arrival and departure taxes; meals ashore; baggage, cancellation and personal insurance (which is mandatory); excess baggage charges and all items of a personal nature such as laundry, bar, beverage charges and telecommunication charges; and the customary gratuity at the end of the voyages for stewards and other service personnel aboard (guidelines will be provided).
Please note: It is agreed that if fuel prices will exceed US Dollar 120 per Barrel Brent 90 days prior to departure Rembrandt van Rijn reserves the right to levy a fuel surcharge of EURO 18 per passenger per night.
Kate was great to work with in the planning stage. She was prompt, helpful, and efficient. Our tour guide, Edwin, was knowledgeable and passionate. We were very happy to have traveled with Adventure Life, it made the trip easy and a true pleasure. We could concentrate on enjoying the experience rather than the details of travel.