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Overview

Explore the fjords of East Greenland.

Experience the extraordinary scenery and Inuit culture of Greenland’s captivating coastline. This trip along the striking and sparsely populated east coast of Greenland may begin and end in the village of Kulusuk, but everything in between is truly an exploration. Depending on weather and sea conditions, each voyage of this adventure will offer something new and different.

The itinerary may include visiting the big Sermilik ice-fjord, walking the streets of Tasiilaq, cruising the channels and sounds between Tiniteqilaq, Kummiut, and Sermiligaq, and exploring the abandoned Bluie East 2 military base from World War II.

In the late summer and early autumn, the northern lights can be spectacular, and as winter approaches, there may be fresh snow on the mountaintops. This outing is suitable for people of all ages and varying interests.

Activities

PURSUE YOUR PASSIONS

Whether you are interested in kayaking on your own, immersing yourself in local Inuit culture, or simply taking in nature’s majestic beauty from onboard, your activity level is up to you.

  • Guided Hikes and Land Excursions
  • Glacier Hikes with Opportunities to Swim in Glacial Lakes
  • Sea Kayaking Amongst the Fjords
  • Stand-Up Paddleboarding
  • Stargazing with High Probability of Northern Lights
  • Visit Local Inuit Villages

What's Included

LEAVE EVERYTHING TO US

Each trip offers unique opportunities for activities and adventure, and our goal is to ensure you have everything you need to enjoy your holiday with Aurora Arktika.

  • 8 Days/7 Nights Aboard Vessel
  • All Meals (Alcohol Not Included)
  • Crew and Guide Services
  • Guided Land and Water Excursions
  • Use of Stand-Up Paddleboards (SUP)
  • Use of Wet-Weather Sailing Clothes

Accommodations

  • Aurora

    is a former racing yacht that has been around the world four times. Under its previous name, Antiope, it was commanded a number of times by Sir Robin Knox-Johnson, the founder of Clipper Adventures and the first man to singlehandedly sail around the world non-stop.

    Originally built for fifteen crewmembers, she has been thoughtfully outfitted for sailing excursions that comfortably accommodate eight guests and two crew members (ten single berths) with spacious communal areas and a galley.

    The boat offers central heating, hot and cold water, two heads (toilets), one shower, and 220V electricity capable of charging batteries and other electronic devices.

  • SETTLE IN COMFORTABLY

    While sailing vessels are fairly simple and utilitarian by nature, Aurora has been outfitted to ensure comfortable accommodations and spacious communal areas for our guests. Onboard amenities include central heating, hot and cold water, two bathrooms, a shower, and electricity for charging electronic devices.

Weather & Gear

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED

Even with the best planning, weather can be unpredictable, so it is always best to be prepared for unexpected conditions. A basic equipment guide is provided below, however, requirements may vary by trip. Additionally, specific activities – like diving, hiking, kayaking, skiing, etc. – have unique equipment requirements.

  • Thermal Underwear (At Least Two Sets)
  • Wool or Fleece Thermal Mid Layer (Multiple Thin Layers)
  • Hiking Pants (Cotton Not Recommended)
  • Down/Synthetic Thermal Jacket (Optional)
  • Waterproof, Breathable Jacket and Pants
  • Wool/Fleece Hat
  • Gloves (Two Pairs) and Mittens (One Pair)
  • Thick Wool/Synthetic Socks (3-4 Pairs) and Thinner Socks (2-3 Pairs)
  • Casual Clothes (For Happy Hour!)
  • Rubber-Soled Boat Shoes or Slippers
  • Sleeping Bag (Summer Rated Is Fine)
  • Soft Travel Bag (No Hard Suitcases)
  • Dark Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen and Sun Hat
  • Swimsuit and Towels
  • Small Backpack (30-40 Litres)
  • Personal Medical Kit (Include Personal Medications, Band-Aids, Throat Lozenges, Lip
  • Salves, Seasickness Tablets, Etc.)
  • Water Bottle and/or Thermos (1 Litre)
  • Camera

Arctic Fjordscapes

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