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Cruise the Russian Arctic and The North Pole

Discover the Russian Arctic, a truly adventurous and remote location, or head to the North Pole and reach 90°North where you are literally at the top of the world. Arctic cruises 2022 are now available to book!

The ultimate Arctic adventure and a place where very few have gone before, the North Pole! Not many can say they have reached 90°North—the ultimate travel goal, that has stirred the hearts and minds of explorers and adventurers alike. An adventure to the North Pole could see you departing Russia on a magnificent ice breaker, 50 Years of Victory. Capable of crushing a clear path through multi-year ice up to three meters thick, she is the largest and most powerful icebreaker ever built! Another way to get to the geographic North Pole is from Svalbard,  boarding Le Commandant Charcot, the first hybrid electric polar exploration vessel, perfect for environmental sustainability, and with luxury in mind at the same time.

The Russian Arctic region covers one third of the countries land mass and a perfect destination for those looking for a remote, wild and off the beaten path destinations. Within the Russian Arctic you can find remote archipelagos, which include Novaya Zemlya in the Kara Sea, Severnaya Zemlya in the Laptev Sea, and the New Siberian Islands in the East Siberian Sea.

Our Russian Arctic cruises and North Pole Expeditions will take you to the pristine wilderness of the Franz Josef Land archipelago, a lesser visited destination northeast of the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard. A cruise to the Russian Arctic will not disappoint with opportunities to experience the remote wilderness, rugged landscapes, polar bears, a magnitude of birdlife and some remnants of the Soviet Union history.

Arctic cruises 2022 are now available to book!

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Polar Bears

If you are wondering whether you should travel to Antarctica or the Arctic, the one thing that Antarctica hasn't got is polar bears. Polar bear sightings are very common in Canada and Svalbard but you will still be lucky to spot one.

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Travel to the North Pole

Not many people will be able to pull a Leo and say 'I'm on top of the world' and actually mean it! Travel on a nuclear powered Russian Icebreaker on an expedition to the remotest place on earth - its pure beauty will leave you speechless.

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Russian Arctic

After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in the 1980s, this is one of the last true wildernesses left to explore. Here you can visit Wrangle Island were the woolly mammoths made their last stand and Franz Josef Land, 191 islands full of Arctic wildlife.

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Our Vessels

Ocean Adventurer | Arctic & Antarctic Cruise Ship

132 Passengers

I/B Icebreaker: 50 Years of Victory

124 Passengers