Expedition Ship Review
Built as a Scandinavian passenger and vehicle ferry in 1972, the Expedition was converted to commercial expedition ship in the spring of 2009. Accommodations and amenities are basic and may seem lacking to some, but experienced guides and beautiful scenery more than make up for it. Most passengers are English speaking singles or couples with an appetite for adventure.
Expedition 13 Night Arctic Cruise Schedule & Itinerary
travel42 Port of Call Guide
| ||Depart from Longyearbyen, Norway|| |
|1||Spitsbergen, Norway||Port-of-Call Report |
|2||Svalbard, Norway|| |
|3||Scoresbysund, Greenland|| |
| ||Arrive at Reykjavik, Iceland||Port-of-Call Report |
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