The Legendary North-East Passage

From NE-Siberia to Spitsbergen

Russia controls one of the greatest seaways in the world. Within Russia it is known as the Northern Sea Route, while the rest of the world calls it the Northeast Passage. Only a handful of expedition vessels have ever transited this seaway, but recent changes in sea ice conditions mean this historic and fascinating sea route is now accessible. We invite you to be part of our history making expeditions through the Northern Sea Route.

Chukotka - Summer programs

To the Bering Strait, Wrangel island, Commandeur Islands

Wrangel island - the home of the Polar Bears and the biggest walrus populations worldwide. Untouched by glaciers during the last ice age this island is a treasure trove of Arctic biodiversity.
This unique expedition leads through the narrow Bering Strait following the Chukotka coastline.

Chukotka - Winter Expedition in the Russian Arctic

To the last Caribou Nomads and Eskimos of NE-Siberia

If interested in any of these journeys, kdly