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In The Wake of Eric The Red

12 days
11 nights





$ 6,400.00 (Cat. G)
$ 3,900.00 (Cat. F)
$ 4,800.00 (Cat. E)
$ 5,800.00 (Cat. D)
$ 6,000.00 (Cat. C)
$ 9,100.00 (Cat. B)
$ 6,200.00 (Cat. B - triple accommodation)
$ 9,700.00 (Cat. A)
$10,800.00 (Premium Suite)


Aug 07, 2019 - Aug 18, 2019 

Cabin Description:


  • 12-day cruise in a shared outside double suite with bathroom/toilet
  • Flight Kangerlussuaq - Reykjavík
  • English-speaking guides
  • Church visit and ‘kaffemik’ in Qeqertarsuaq
  • Town and settlement walks in Qeqertarsuaq, Ilulissat, Itilleq, Nuuk, Tasiilaq & Kuumiit.
  • Museum visits in Qeqertarsuaq and Ilulissat, Nuuk, Tasiilaq
  • Slow-crusing in Zodiacs in fjords
  • Inspiring and enriching lectures onboard by qualified lecturers
  • Full board on the ship
  • Coffee, tea and afternoon snacks on the ship
  • Taxes, tariffs, and AECO fees

Highlights & Experience:

  • Visit Ilulissat, nicknamed “The Iceberg Capital” & UNESCO-protected Icefjord
  • Glaciers of Evigshedsfjorden & Eqip Sermia
  • Arctic ’Minitropolis’ of Nuuk, capital of Greenland
  • Whale sightings, bird watching & Arctic wildlife
  • Cruising the Prince Christian Sound & East Greenland Coast

Optional Services:

Optional Excursions:

  • Day 10: Flightseeing or sailing among icebergs
  • Day 12: Reindeer Glacier, Kangerlussuaq


Join us on an expedition cruise from Reykjavík to Kangerlussuaq, which follows the same maritime course set by Norse settlers over a thousand years ago. After crossing Danmark Strait between Iceland and Greenland, we will visit the Inuit settlements of Tasiilaq and Kulusuk. Further south we will pass from East Greenland to West Greenland though the dramatic Prince Christians Sound. Heading north along the coast we will visit the capital of Greenland, one of the smallest in the world. In the Disko Bay, we will experience local folk dancing in Qeqertarsuaq and sail to the renowned Eqi Glacier. At the Sermermiut Plain we will have the chance to admire the World Heritage Site of the Ilulissat Icefjord and the dazzling icebergs in the late evening sun. Finally we’ll enter the long fjord of Kangerlussuaq, where we can hope to get a glimse of the muscoxen and reindeers roaming the tundra along the Greenland Icecap.

travel map 1


Day 1  : Iceland, Reykjavík. Embarkation

Day 2  : At sea

Day 3  : Tasiilaq and Kuummiit

Day 4  : Skjoldungen / Saqqisikuik

Day 5  : Prince Christian Sound, passing from East to West Greenland

Day 6  : Ivittuut; world strategic cryolite mine

Day 7  : Nuuk.

Day 8  : Evighedsfjorden / Fjord of Eternity

Day 9  : Qeqertarsuaq on Disko Island, ‘kaffemik’ in a community centre and Eqip Sermia Glacier

Day 10  : Iceberg Capital of the World, Ilulissat

Day 11  : Itilleq

Day 12  : Kangerlussuaq

 Flight connection to Iceland, Reykjavík.