The Northwest Passage

From 07/09/22 To 01/10/22
25 Days

Cruise Information

Day 1

Reykjavík

Day 2

At sea aboard Le Commandant-Charcot

Day 3

Southern coast of Greenland

Day 4

Southern coast of Greenland

Day 5

At sea aboard Le Commandant-Charcot

Day 6

At sea aboard Le Commandant-Charcot

Day 7

Hudson Strait

Day 8

Hudson Strait

Day 9

Hudson Strait

Day 10

Hudson Strait

Day 11

Hudson Strait

Day 12

Fury and Hecla Strait

Day 13

Sailing in the Bellot Strait

Day 14

Sailing in the Bellot Strait

Day 15

Sailing ice floes in the north of the Arctic archipelago

Day 16

Sailing ice floes in the north of the Arctic archipelago

Day 17

Sailing ice floes in the north of the Arctic archipelago

Day 18

Sailing ice floes in the north of the Arctic archipelago

Day 19

Banks Island

Day 20

Banks Island

Day 21

Sailing ice floes in Beaufort Sea

Day 22

Sailing ice floes in Beaufort Sea

Day 23

Sailing ice floes in Beaufort Sea

Day 24

Sailing ice floes in Beaufort Sea

Day 25

Nome, Alaska
The Northwest Passage
Cruise ID : O070922
Cruise Continent : Alaska
Cruise Duration : 24 Days
Departure Date : 07/09/22
Arrival Date : 01/10/22
Departure Port : Reykjavík
Arrival Port : Nome, Alaska

For the very first time, PONANT invites you to discover the most emblematic but also the remotest sites of the mythical North-West Passage.

Aboard the Commandant Charcot, the first hybrid electric polar exploration ship, relive the polar adventures of previous generations of explorers at the heart of this vast labyrinth of icy channels, exploring the three main routes that allow the North-West Passage to be crossed.

Leaving from Reykjavik, you will sail along the south coast of Greenland, before reaching the Hudson Strait, named after the English sailor Henry Hudson, who mapped it for the first time in the early 17th Century.

Then you will chart a course towards the Fury and Hecla Strait, named after the ships of the explorer William Parry. Constantly covered in ice, this seawater channel, some 1900 metres wide at its narrowest point, represents an impassable obstacle for most ships. When you enter the passage, you will have the privilege of visiting Igloolik, an Inuit village that was only discovered in 1822.

A little further on, the Bellot Strait will offer you a unique sailing experience, in the midst of countless icebergs. You will then sail along Banks Island, famous for the wreck of HMS Investigator lying off shore – the ship was tasked to search for Sir John Franklin's lost expedition, but also for its national park, which is home to extremely rich fauna.

 

We are privileged guests in these extreme lands where we are at the mercy of weather and ice conditions. The sailing schedule and any landings, activities and wildlife encounters are subject to weather and ice conditions. These experiences are unique and vary with each departure. The Captain and the Expedition Leader will make every effort to ensure that your experience is as rich as possible, while respecting safety instructions and regulations. 

Cabin Categories

Duplex Suite

€ 82870*
1
Cabins Available

Prestige Stateroom Deck 6

€ 31470*
Fully Booked

Prestige Stateroom Deck 7

€ 32070*
Fully Booked

Prestige Stateroom Deck 8

€ 32670*
Fully Booked

Prestige Suite Deck 7

€ 54150*
Fully Booked

Prestige Suite Deck 8

€ 55660*
Fully Booked

Première Suite Deck 6

€ 39030*
Fully Booked

Première Suite Deck 7

€ 40540*
Fully Booked

Première Suite Deck 8

€ 42050*
2
Cabins Available

Deluxe Suite Deck 6

€ 58680*
Fully Booked

Privilege Suite Deck 8

€ 58680*
Fully Booked
*Please note that whilst we make every effort to provide you the most accurate and up-to date information prices are subject to change. 

Your Ship - LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT

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