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Adventure Cruising

Soft Adventure Cruising

Larger and more luxurious cruise ships now visit the Arctic and Antarctica to view the incredible landscapes in comfort.  Smaller up-close ships also offer a more detailed exploration of less harsh regions like Alaska and Mexico and the opportunity to snorkel and dive the reefs and islands of the Indian Ocean and Pacific.

Expedition Cruising

If all that's not tough enough, try an expedition cruise around the Arctic, Antarctica or the Galapagos Islands. Typically, an expedition cruise will
visit more remote and inhospitable areas.


50 Years of Victory

Size: 23445 tons
Passengers: 128
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Akademik Loffe

Size: 6450 tons
Passengers: 138
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Antarctic Dream

Size: 2180 tons
Passengers: 78
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Celebrity Xpedition

Size: 2329 tons
Passengers: 96
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Coral Princess I

Size: 730 tons
Passengers: 54
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Endeavour

Size: 3132 tons
Passengers: 124
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Expedition

Size: 6336 tons
Passengers: 120
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Fram

Size: 12700 tons
Passengers: 328
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Hanseatic

Size: 8379 tons
Passengers: 194
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Le Levant

Size: 3504 tons
Passengers: 95
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Marina Svetaeva

Size: 4595 tons
Passengers: 100
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Ocean Nova

Size: 2118 tons
Passengers: 96
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Orion

Size: 4000 tons
Passengers: 130
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Polar Star

Size: 3963 tons
Passengers: 96
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Silver Discoverer

Size: 5218 tons
Passengers: 128
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Via Australis

Size: 2716 tons
Passengers: 136
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Ushuaia

Size: 2963 tons
Passengers: 84
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Here you will find fantastic natural beauty and abundant wildlife in one of the most forbidding places on earth. You can explore this incredible landscape up close on an expedition cruise or from the comfort of a larger ship.

Alaska is an ideal area for in close exploring by ship  - forested islands, waterfalls and calving glaciers. Further east and north, few get to explore the Alaskan Peninsula and the Bering Sea where you find the Aleutian Islands and the Eskimo settlements of the Russian Far East.

Explore lands abounding with wildlife, spectacular coastal fjords, glaciers and ice flows. You can visit the northern coast of Norway and Russia, the islands of Svalbard, the ice-fields of the Greenland coast or Baffin Island and even risk the Northwest Passage around the top of Canada.

Explore the coastline of this massive continent or wonder at the Great Barrier Reef.

 

The numerous and sometimes mountainous Pacific Islands of French Polynesia and Micronesia are little explored and offer fabulous diving and snorkelling opportunities.
 

Visit the tiny islands the Sea of Cortez, watch the whales off the coast of Baja California or explore the exotic jungles of Costa Rica and Panama.

Visit the remote and rarely visited atolls and the islands off the African coast, abounding with wildlife.

In South America you can explore the Galapagos Islands to view some of the most extraordinary wildlife on earth, the Chilean Lake District and cruise the Chilean Fjords and Straits of Magellan.

 


 
     
You can also visit our other websites:
For adventure holidays get-lost.co.uk.
For skiing holidays getskiing.co.uk.
For general travel holidays get-travelling.co.uk.
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