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Stay Close to Home As You Embark on a Legendary Adventure—and a Legendary Ship

MS Roald Amundsen is the world's first hybrid electric–powered expedition ship. She runs off of electrical propulsion, and reduces fuel consumption and CO2-emissions by 20%. She can truly take you anywhere; why not start close to home? In 2020, you can join MS Roald Amundsen in Central & South America, New England & Canada, Alaska, and beyond.

What's more, we're currently offering big savings on each of the below destinations! Join us in the Caribbean, Central America, or Canada and New England and you'll save up to 25% and receive a $500 onboard credit; join us in Alaska and you'll save up to 15% and receive a $500 onboard credit! Click here for full offer details. 

Caribbean & Central America

Our expeditions that cruise throughout the Caribbean and Central America visit countless destinations: Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, and Chile—phew! Highlights include viewing the breathtaking scenery of Colombia's Isla de Providencia, snorkeling around Nicaragua's Corn Island, transiting the Panama Canal, exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chile's Valparaíso, and much more.


Canada & New England

The coastal gems of Canada and New England are not to be missed! Our fall foliage itinerary is especially exciting with visits to Rockland and Bar Harbor, the latter of which is surrounded by Acadia National Park, home to over 50 square miles of mountains, lakes, hiking and biking trails, amazing views, and dramatic coastline. The journey ends with a sailing past the Statue of Liberty as you cruise into New York City and past the iconic skyline.



Alaska is a treasure trove of natural wonders. From the vast wildlife—humpback whales, horned puffins, brown bears, and bald eagles—to the rich landscapes of snowcapped mountains, calving glaciers, virgin forests, and icy fjords, you will be blown away from the moment you set your eyes on the meandering coastline. Click the link below to determine which itinerary works best for you.