Join A&K Founder Geoffrey Kent on an extraordinary expedition through the rarely transited Northwest Passage, voyaging from western Greenland through the Canadian Arctic to Nome, Alaska. Follow in the footsteps of legendary polar explorers alongside A&K’s famed Expedition Team‚ including an Inuit cultural expert, while experiencing iceberg-laden shores, remote Inuit villages, historic islands and spectacular geological wonders.
- Cruise for 21 nights on a luxury expedition small ship, exclusively chartered by A&K to feature all-balcony accommodations and a guest capacity limited to no more than 199
- Explore the west coast of Greenland, where you may cruise iceberg-strewn fjords and visit with local Inuit in their villages
- Marvel at wonders from the Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to Franklin Bay’s “Smoking Hills”
- Delve into the remote Yukon Territory at Herschel Island, where the Arctic whaling industry once thrived
- Sail with A&K’s award-winning Expedition Team, including an Inuit culture expert, Arctic historian, geologist, botanist and marine biologist, as well as a team of field naturalists and Zodiac driver-guides
- Experience expert photography programming, including lectures and workshops led by a dedicated A&K photo coach
- Take advantage of A&K internal flights to Kangerlussuaq and Anchorage, conveniently starting and ending your journey in North America