Northwest Passage: The route of legend

Join us on an expedition cruise to one of the most extreme yet beautiful and untouched places on Earth.


Devon Island, Northwest Passage, Canada
Photo - John Chardine

Expedition defined

In 1903, Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen set off in the hopes of successfully navigating the icy maze of the Northwest Passage - a feat that would take 3 years to complete. Today, we follow this legendary journey across the top of Canada past snow-capped mountains, miles of untouched frozen tundra and iconic arctic wildlife. A unique experience only for the most adventurous explorers.

Where will your route take you?

Our Expedition Cruises route across the Northwest Passage will bring you closer to the unique wildlife of Northern Canada and to the warmest of welcomes in Greenland. This is the ultimate adventure.

Meet the fleet: Your home away from home

Journey across the top of the world in comfort and style on board our floating 'expedition basecamps. MS Roald Amundsen is at the forefront of environmentally sustainable hybrid technology - aiming to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by 20%. Showing the world that hybrid propulsion on large ships is possible. Whilst the recently refurbished MS Fram is a purpose-built expedition ship, aiming to bring guests closer to nature, wildlife and memorable experiences.

People walking on beach

People walking on beach

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