Arrive at Kangerlussuaq, a former American air base, these days an intercontinental airport, where you board the ship. In the Søndre Strømfjord surrounded by towering mountains, the ship may meet currents of up to 7 knots (12 km), thus some time may need to be spent sailing the whole length of 170 km.
In Evighedsfjord (Eternities Fjord) near the glacier fronts of Sermetsiaq and Taterat Sermiat you are surrounded by mountains of nearly 2000 m high. In the mouth of this fjord system humpback whales are often spotted.
East of Hamborgerland 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.
South of Maniitsoq between Alanngua and Atamik, the ship lands in an area where you can find remnants of one of the oldest meteorite impact craters on earth. Believed to have hit earth roughly 3 million years ago, this large-impact crater is a sight to behold.
Nuuk (Godthåb - Neu Herrenhut)is the capital of Greenland and has a population of about 15,000. An excursion here may include a visit to the local museum, which has a remarkable collection of Inuit mummies. Many date from the 15th century and were found near the northern settlement of Uummannaq. The Cultural Center of Nuuk, which hosts exhibitions of Greenlandic artists, is also worth visiting. For nature-lovers, the waters to the west of the town are a good place to see humpback whale and blue whale.
Call at Lichtenfels, an abandoned Herrnhuters mission post, which is abutted by a large cemetery from the 18th century. Later visit Fiskenaes, formerly called Brielse Haven.
Sail past Flade Isblink and keep a lookout for humpback whale and minke whale.
In Ivittuut, walk along the remains of a Cryolite mine and around a small cemetery connected with it. In this area look for musk oxen, which were introduced into the area in the last century.
Today sail to the beautiful glacier fronts of Qaleralik Sermia, where you can join a zodiac excursion and make a landing near the glacier. Deeper into Bredefjord at Qoornooq, you can land in an area with beautiful remains of Thule houses.
Arrive in Lichtenau, a lovely but nearly-deserted Greenlandic village, where the Herrnhuters had a mission in the 18th century and where some of their large buildings remain today. Try to get to Uunartoq, where you can bathe in a large hot spring surrounded by icebergs. Close to it is Illorpait, another abandoned Moravian Mission.
In Eriksfjord visit the Viking sites of Gardar (a walk of 3 km from the landing site at Itilleq in the neck of the Peninsula) and Brattahlíð, where Erik Red lived about a thousand years ago. In the evening arrive at the port of Narsarssuaq.
From Narsarssuaq, fly by scheduled plane to Kangerlussuaq and Copenhagen.