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Seabourn Venture - 264 Guests

Northern Isles

Journey to Svalbard and visit isolated islands, remote landscapes, glaciers, and iconic wildlife - polar bears, arctic fox, and reindeer. Sail past spectacular bird cliffs in Bear Island and Svalbard, marvelling at the number of guillemots and gulls that congregate using these cliffs to nest. In Svalbard, you will encounter fascinating landscapes, mountains, fjords and glaciers while looking for walrus and polar bears.



HIGHLIGHTS

  • Visit Honningsvåg, Norway's northernmost town, and one of the smallest, with its population of 2,000 jammed into a mere one square kilometer
  • Explore North Cape, or Nordkapp, often referred to as the 'end of the world'.
  • Visit Storstappen Island, a valuable nature reserve supporting colonies of some 140 great cormorants, 100 European shags, 20,000 black-legged kittiwakes, 5,000 razorbills and 100,000 puffins
  • Get the opportunity to Kayak on several water bodies along the way
  • Get a chance to see abundant birdlife nesting and sheltering in the cliffs, rocky outcrops and grassy areas of the island of Storstappen
  • Get a VIP Helicopter ride to the North Cape
  • Explore the fishing villages of Mageroy Island
  • Visit Bjornoya (Bear Island), which is halfway between Europe's North Cape and the Svalbard Archipelago
  • Explore Svalbard for five days visiting Tundra landscapes, watching polar bears, visiting historic remains, enjoying Zodiac cruises and more

DATES / RATES

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Jul 27, 2022Aug 08, 202214,99919,99925,99942,999
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ITINERARY

Day 0: Tromso, Norway
Tromsø is the largest city in northern Norway and the ninth most populous municipality in the country. It surprises visitors with its sophisticated art scene, its contrasting modern and historical architecture, international cuisine, multicultural events, and festivals throughout the year.
Situated 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Tromsø is within the land of the midnight sun during summer months and the elusive northern lights in winter. However, thanks to the warming effect of the Gulf Stream, the sea doesn't freeze here in winter, and there is no permafrost in the vicinity. Tromsø is noticeably milder than other towns at the same latitudes in other parts of the world.

Tromsø is also 'The City of Explorers' and has seen a number of expeditions set off from its shores to the probe the polar realm. Both Roald Amundsen and Fridtjof Nansen frequently recruited men in the city. Nowadays home to the Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsø continues a tradition of being one of the key centers in explorations of the Arctic.

Day 1: Storstappen Island, Norway
Honningsvåg is Norway's northernmost town, and one of the smallest, with its population of 2,000 jammed into a mere one square kilometer. Devoid of permafrost, this subarctic region displays scores of colorful mountain landscapes carpeted during the summer in a lush tapestry of grasses and mountain wildflowers. In this truly unique environment, many private village gardens grow trees, despite the shortness of the Arctic summer. Honningsvåg is also the gateway to the northernmost point of continental Europe, the North Cape, or Nordkapp, often referred to as the 'end of the world.'

Storstappen Island, rising from the sea to a height of 928' (283 m), is a valuable nature reserve supporting colonies of some 140 great cormorants, 100 European shags, 20,000 black-legged kittiwakes, 5,000 razorbills and an impressive 100,000 puffins. To be here is a truly awe-inspiring sensory experience, viewing thousands of birds flying to and fro overhead at the same time, creating an almost deafening cacophony of sound with their cries and wingbeats.

Seabourn Expeditions: Seabird Paradise by Kayak - Starting at $199

Join the Expedition Kayak Team for a scenic paddle around Storstappen Island. This is a unique tour that provides the chance to see abundant birdlife nesting and sheltering in the cliffs, rocky outcrops and grassy areas of the island of Storstappen. Seabirds might be resting on the water around the kayaks, paddling past them is a magical experience.

Please note: (Dis)embarking the kayaks may take place from the ship, a Zodiac, or other suitable location depending upon operational requirements. A Zodiac follows the kayaks to lend assistance as required. This tour operates weather permitting although rain does not deter us. As temperatures and weather conditions can vary, please dress in layers. A waterproof outer layer is provided in the form of a dry suit. Pogie gloves are provided, along with booties and dry bags for your cameras and extra gear. Bring a hat or beanie, camera and binoculars and wear sunglasses and sunscreen. Please remove all rings, watches, bracelets and earrings. No prior kayaking experience is required. A briefing and instructions on how to paddle are given before your tour departs. All kayaks are doubles. Maximum weight per kayak (2 persons) is 617lbs or 280kg. Minimum height for participants is 150 cm (5 ft). Guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Your kayak tour will be approximately 1.5 hours in duration, depending on the operational requirements. The entire experience from start to finish will be about 2 – 2.5 hours.

Hornvika, Norway
Until the middle of the 20th century, the only way to reach the North Cape was to arrive by sea. The tall plateau looming over the Arctic Ocean is scalloped on the east side by a sheltered cove called the Hornvika. To reach it, you will board a stable, rigid inflatable watercraft at the fishing village of Skarsvåg. On the way to the Hornvika, your boat will pass the free-standing rock feature called the Horn (Hornet in Norwegian), a place sacred to the Sami people, who sacrificed offerings there for good fortune. From the cove, a stairway and trail leads up just over a thousand steps to the plateau 307 meters (over a thousand feet) above and thus to the North Cape Monument. Once there enjoy the views and the informational visitors center. And relax, you'll go back to your ship overland by road! Others can sail to Skarsvåg and drive to the Cape.

Skarsvag, Norway
The tall plateau looming over the Arctic Ocean is scalloped on the east side by a sheltered cove called the Hornvika. To reach it, you will board a stable, rigid inflatable watercraft at Norway's northernmost fishing village of Skarsvåg. On the way to the Hornvika, your boat will pass the free-standing rock feature called the Horn (Hornet in Norwegian), a place sacred to the Sami people, who sacrificed offerings there for good fortune. From the cove, a stairway and trail leads up just over a thousand steps to the plateau 307 meters (over a thousand feet) above and thus to the North Cape Monument. Once there enjoy the views and the informational visitors center. And relax, you'll go back to your ship overland by road! Others can drive to the Cape from Skarsvåg.

VIP Helicopter to the North Cape - Starting at $1339

Join us on this unforgettable VIP helicopter flight where you will see where the Atlantic meets the Arctic Ocean. You will land at the North Cape and have time to explore the North Cape Hall on your own.

The North Cape lies within the Arctic Circle at the tip of stunning Mageroy Island and is considered the northernmost point of Europe. The island's name comes from the Sami word makkaravjo, meaning "steep, barren coast." You will see why as you soar above the 1000-foot-high North Cape Plateau with its famous globe monument that faces out to the sea. Flying above the island, enjoy a bird's-eye view of the rugged headlands where more than 200 species of flora grow, colorful fishing villages, bird rookeries, and the main city of Honningsvag.

Upon arrival at the North Cape Hall you will be greeted with a glass of champagne & caviar, before you have free time to explore on your own.

The North Cape Hall has shopping facilities, post office and a chapel, a bar, restaurants and a cinema with a 225-degree wide-screen. There will be an audio-visual presentation of Magerøya and the North Cape, showing the magnitude of the area's breathtaking scenery during the four seasons. Adjacent to the cinema is a Hall of Fame with models of important events that have taken place at the North Cape Plateau, and Cave of Lights with a terrace offering a view of the ocean further north. There will be ample time for photo opportunities, shopping, or simply finding the perfect overlook to enjoy the breathtaking views.

Please note: Flight time is approximately 35 minutes. This flight is not recommended for guests with vertigo or motion sickness. Participants must be at least 6 years of age and children must be accompanied by an adult. Due to flight weight restrictions, guests must register their body weight beforehand and participants cannot weigh more than 260 pounds. Operation of this tour is subject to favorable weather conditions and visibility of sights may be affected in adverse weather conditions.

North Cape Flight-Seeing by Helicopter - Starting at $509

Explore the North Cape and its surroundings on this exhilarating helicopter flight.

Take in the spectacular views of the ocean, the cliff coast and landmarks from above. You will circle the historic plateau, the famous globe and have a spectacular bird's-eye view of Honningsvag. Fly over Knivskjelodden, the northernmost point in Europe, as well as the beautiful Tunes. See the famous Gjesaerstappane, a natural pearl in the middle of the ocean, rich with bird life.

Please note: Flight time is approximately 20 minutes. This excursion is not recommended for guests with vertigo or motion sickness. Participants must be at least 6 years of age and children must be accompanied by an adult. Due to flight weight restrictions, guests must register their body weight beforehand and participants cannot weigh more than 260 pounds. Operation of this tour is subject to favorable weather conditions and visibility of sights may be affected in adverse weather conditions. There will be no landing made at the North Cape.

Fishing Villages of Mageroy Island - Starting at $249

Mageroy Island begs to be explored with its quaint fishing villages and picture perfect surroundings.

Your adventure begins as you drive through the little town of Skarsvag, passing through majestic scenery on your way to the fishing village of Kamoyvær. Situated at the head of a narrow fjord, this town offers splendid views. On arrival, proceed to the East of the Sun Gallery. Welcomed by well-known artist Eva Schmutterer, she will introduce you to her handicrafts and pictures, as well as explain her artistic and creative methods in producing her items.

Continue on to Honningsvag, the capital of Mageroy, and visit the quaint & idyllic village of Sarnes. Here you will be introduced to the King Crab which roam the waters in this fantastic arctic landscape. The King Crab can measure up to 2 meters between its claws, and weigh as much as 10 kilos. After a short presentation and a chance to handle this 'monster,' your host welcomes you into a lavvo to enjoy this delicacy the Norwegian way. Served with bread, lemon and mayonnaise, savor the white meat of the legs and claws which are particularly juicy and known for their naturally sweet taste.

Returning to Skarsvag, your final stop will take you to the North Cape Christmas House. Inside this tiny but inviting cottage, you will find a selection of knitwear, textiles, wooden dolls and ceramics. Celebrate Christmas during your visit and admire the cottage's splendid decorations.

Please note: It is recommended that guests dress in layered clothing and wear comfortable walking shoes. Comfort stop available at Gallery, Sarnes & Christmas House.It is recommended that guests dress in layered clothing and wear comfortable walking shoes. Comfort stop available at Gallery, Sarnes & Christmas House.

A Panoramic Journey to the North Cape: Included Experience

Take in magnificent vistas along Europe's far northern shores and enjoy an independent visit at the splendid North Cape.

Enjoy a scenic drive to one of Europe's most stunning natural sights. Located on the reaches of Mageroya Island where the Norwegian and Barents Seas meet, the cliffs of Nordkapp rise more than 1,000 feet from the sea waters and are topped by a large, flat plateau.

Upon arrival at the North Cape Hall, you will have time to take in its spectacular vista of barren tundra. The North Cape Hall has shopping facilities, post office and a chapel, a bar, restaurants and a cinema with a 225-degree wide-screen. There will be an audio-visual presentation of Mageroya and the North Cape, showing the magnitude of the areas breathtaking scenery during the four seasons. Adjacent to the cinema is a Hall of Fame with models of important events that have taken place at the North Cape Plateau, and Cave of Lights with a terrace offering a view of the ocean further north. There will be ample time for photo opportunities, shopping, or simply finding the perfect overlook to enjoy the breathtaking views.

Please note: It is recommended that guests dress in layered clothing and wear flat, comfortable walking shoes. Walking at North Cape Hall is optional and involves uneven terrain to some of the sites. Comfort stop available at North Cape Hall.

Seabourn Expeditions: Exploring Skarsvag by Kayak - Starting at $199

Join the Expedition Kayak Team for a scenic paddle north of the Arctic Circle, along the waterways in the vicinity of Skarsvag, the world's northernmost fishing village. Skarsvag is located in the Nordkapp Municipality and is part of Troms og Finnmark county. You will explore the coastline of the island of Magerøya whilst enjoying the scenery and looking for birds.

Please note: (Dis)embarking the kayaks may take place from the ship, a Zodiac, or other suitable location depending upon operational requirements. A Zodiac follows the kayaks to lend assistance as required. This tour operates weather permitting although rain does not deter us. As temperatures and weather conditions can vary, please dress in layers. A waterproof outer layer is provided in the form of a dry suit. Pogie gloves are provided, along with booties and dry bags for your cameras and extra gear. Bring a hat or beanie, camera and binoculars and wear sunglasses and sunscreen. Please remove all rings, watches, bracelets and earrings. No prior kayaking experience is required. A briefing and instructions on how to paddle are given before your tour departs. All kayaks are doubles. Maximum weight per kayak (2 persons) is 617lbs or 280kg. Minimum height for participants is 150 cm (5 ft). Guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Your kayak tour will be approximately 1.5 hours in duration, depending on the operational requirements. The entire experience from start to finish will be about 2 – 2.5 hours.

Seabourn Expeditions: Diving Northern Norway by Submersible - Starting at $499

King crabs and kelp are some of the wonders of the arctic seabed at the northern end of Norway. What cold water currents bring, and display, is for you to find out as you explore this underwater world. Take the time to appreciate that whatever you might encounter knowing that you are in a place on earth where very few people have ever been.

Please note: Submersibles are sensitive to bad weather, and dives can be cancelled at a moment's notice. You will need to be able to negotiate several steps on a vertical ladder to enter and exit the sub. An accurate weight of each participant including the gear (cameras etc.) being brought into the sub is required for the pilot to calculate safe diving parameters. Minimum age is 8. Guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Your Sub dive will be approximately 45 minutes in duration. The entire experience from start to finish will be about 90 min.

Scenic Cruising North Cape
The looming cliffs of Norway's North Cape rise directly from the sea 1007 ft/307m to a plateau as flat as a table. This impressive headland has been selected to represent the northernmost point of Europe, even though it is technically located on an island, Magerøya, connected to the mainland by a bridge. At 71° 10' 20” N latitude, it is just 1,306 mi/2012 km from the North Pole. At this point, the Norwegian Sea, which is part of the Atlantic Ocean, meets the Barents Sea, part of the Arctic Ocean. Further north, the mountainous archipelagoes of Franz Josef Land and Svalbard are the last lands before the Polar Ice Pack. The Midnight Sun does not dip below the horizon here at any time between May 14 and July 31 each year. Sheer and formidable, the North Cape pays its role to the hilt, emphatically declaring itself the end of Europe's landmass.

Day 2: At Sea

Day 3: Sorhamna, Bear Island, Norway
Despite its name, polar bears are rare on Bear Island, although a few do arrive in winter with the pack ice from the north. It more closely fits the name Willem Barents gave it in 1596: Bird Island. The southern coast is high and faced with sheer sea cliffs, attracting huge colonies of kittiwakes, guillemots, fulmars, auks and other breeding seabirds. Sørhamna is a cove on the coast offering us a place to witness the bounty of birdlife that enlivens a Barents Sea summer. (See also Herwighamna).

Herwighamna, Bear Island, Norway
Isolated in the Barents Sea about halfway between Spitsbergen and the North Cape, little Bear Island is the southernmost island of the Svalbard Archipelago. It has seen various occupations over the years, for coal mining, fishing and whaling, but no endeavor lasted long, and the only inhabitants now are technicians manning the meteorological station at Herwighamna. They offer a few services, such as mailing postcards home with a whimsical postmark, or an unofficial souvenir stamp for your passport, but otherwise, having got there is pretty much the only point of being there. They do apparently appreciate occasional visitors.

Day 4: Svalbard Experience
The islands of Svalbard rise dramatically from the Arctic Ocean halfway between Norway's North Cape and the North Pole. They give eloquent evidence of Nature's slow but ceaseless industry, scored and corrugated by glaciers that still cover 60 percent of their mass. Stony, sentinel peaks soar above deeply carved fjords and sparkling bays. In summer, the sparse tundra vegetation erupts under the endless encouragement of the Midnight Sun. Migratory birds in their millions arrive from more southerly realms, to nest and breed and nurture their young on steep, striated cliffs, shingle beaches and tundra meadows. Elaborately-antlered reindeer graze the slopes. Arctic foxes and predatory gulls haunt the nursery edges, alert for opportunity. Seals and walruses haul out to join the breeding season, and patient polar bears patrol the rocky shorelines and floating ice, while whales roll and breach offshore, feeding on the sea's summer abundance.  Here and there, bleached testaments to past human endeavors endure: whalebones and weathered trypots from medieval whaling stations; the wind-sanded timbers of an expedition's launching site; a hut where someone whiled away a long-ago, dark winter. Riding in Zodiacs and paddling kayaks, observing from the decks and trekking on the islands themselves, we will experience and explore this isolated, unspoiled and breathtakingly beautiful place, as it revels in the endless days of its short, exuberant summer.

Days 5-9: Svalbard Experience

Seabourn Expeditions: The SBN Svalbard Kayak Experience - Starting at $199

Join your Kayak Team to paddle in the high Arctic along the shores of any of our expedition stops around the Svalbard archipelago. Depending on where we go you can anticipate huge open vistas, big terrain, glaciers, variety of wildlife and overall impressive arctic scenery. You will explore the rugged topography and coastline of this spectacular & magical area from a unique water level perspective. A short transfer by zodiac from the ship to a suitable embarkation point may be required. A safety zodiac will follow the kayaks at all times to lend assistance, and to allow the group to be picked up at a different location than the starting point.

Day 10: Svalbard Experience
Svalbard is a remote, vast and wild place, largely untouched by the human presence. In visiting this destination, our plans and itinerary are not set, as we allow the weather, conditions and wildlife to dictate each day. Should a polar bear appear on the horizon we might stop the ship or the Zodiacs in order to get a better look at it. Should ice choke the waters in front of us, we might slow down and explore the edge of this ice while admiring its colors and forms while searching for wildlife, or else turn and choose another destination. Should storms lash against the site we want to visit, we may opt to find a more protected bay and explore a different spot. Whatever we do Svalbard holds many beauties and mysteries and exciting discoveries are always available for those whose eyes and hearts are open.

Some of the highlights in visiting Svalbard include:

Tundra landscapes – Hike across stark, seemingly barren landscapes with Expedition Staff who will show you the delightful small plants and flowers that thrive in this hostile environment. Admire rock formations and landscapes created by frost and water over time. There is always a chance to encounter arctic foxes, reindeer and interesting bird species while exploring out on the tundra.

Polar bears – This iconic species, the King of the Arctic, is a magical creature to encounter. Whether seen as a tiny white speck in the distance, or ambling slowly along a shoreline, a glimpse of this special species is always awe-inspiring. We will never pursue polar bears or allow our encounters to have any adverse impacts on them, so we manage our activities carefully. Always on shore our walks are carefully monitored by our Bear Guards who work to maintain the safety of both visitors as well as the bears.
 
Historic remains – Although the history of human endeavors in Svalbard is minimal, some historic huts and remains from whaling eras linger on shore to remind us of the hardy souls who ventures before us into this hostile land and scraped a living from the resources they found here. Trappers huts stand as lonely sentinels in this vast landscape and provide visitors with the opportunity to contemplate a life of hardship and beautiful isolation for those who inhabited them in the past.

Zodiac cruises – To admire icebergs and glacier fronts a Zodiac cruise often provides the best vantage. The blue color of the ice is mesmerizing and the shapes the ice forms is captivating. While in the Zodiacs there is always the chance to encounter fascinating marine life such as beluga whales, humpback whales or elusive seals and walrus.

Optional Expeditions will take place where possible. Join your Kayak Team to paddle in the high Arctic along the shores of any of our expedition stops around the Svalbard archipelago. Depending on where we go you can anticipate huge open vistas, big terrain, glaciers, variety of wildlife and overall impressive arctic scenery. You will explore the rugged topography and coastline of this spectacular & magical area from a unique water level perspective.

Seabourn Expeditions: The SBN Svalbard Kayak Experience - Starting at $199

Day 11: Longyearbyen, Norway
Longyearbyen, the seat of the Governor of Svalbard, is located in a narrow valley along the shores of Adventfjorden a small tributary of Isfjord, the largest fjord system in Svalbard. It extends 100 kilometers (60 miles) into the island of Spitsbergen. Nine large tidewater glaciers, with a combined ice-front of 21 kilometers (13 miles), as well as dozens hanging glaciers drain into the fjord.

The town's 2,100 inhabitants exist in one of the most northern settlements on Earth, making their living by a combination of coal mining, education and tourism. Because of the town's extreme isolation, proximity to wildlife, and Svalbard's pristine environment, unique laws exist that are found in few other places. All individuals venturing outside of town are required to carry a rifle for protection against polar bears, possessing a cat is illegal, no one is allowed to be buried here and how much alcohol can be purchased each month is restricted.

Longyearbyen was named after the American industrialist John Longyear whose Arctic Coal Company began mining here in 1906.

Longyearbyen Sightseeing & Museum with Airport Transfer: Included Experience

Enjoy this sightseeing drive around Longyearbyen, with a stop at the Svalbard Museum.

The Svalbard Museum offers a modern exhibition of a journey through the history of Svalbard. It shares broad and comprehensive knowledge about the natural environment and history in Svalbard; as well as an understanding of the relationship between nature, culture, landscape, and technology in the Arctic. Life in Svalbard is depicted in a traditional form with models, reconstructed environments and authentic artifacts.

In the town center, enjoy some free time on your own to browse the local shops with the essentials needed to live in the Arctic, stop by a local cafe or join your guide for a historical walk.

On your way to the airport, stop at the Global Seed Vault, one of the most unique places on Svalbard. Carved deep into the permafrost, the Seed Vault preserves an incredible array of the world's species of plants. Your guide will share some insight about the Global Seed Vault and Svalbard's important place in the world of science and conservation.

Please note: It is recommended to dress in layered clothing and wear comfortable walking shoes. Outdoor shoes or hiking boots are not permitted to be worn in the museum, so bring indoor shoes or you will need to visit the location in your socks. Comfort stop available at the museum. Approximately one hour of free time. It is not permitted to enter the Global Seed Vault.

Days 11-12: Oslo, Norway
Beautiful Oslo was named as 'Europe's Green Capital.' As Norway's largest city, it is a cosmopolitan hub with an abundance of world-class architecture, museums, restaurants and shopping. Oslo buzzes with energy, from its new neighborhoods to its cutting-edge food, fashion, art scene and famous museums. The Oslo Opera House is a magnificent architectural wonder, resembling a massive iceberg, while Frognerparken showcases the work of Norway's best-loved sculptor, Gustav Vigeland, in an open-air setting. The Astrup Fearnley Modern Art Museum is an exemplar of Oslo's modern metropolitan atmosphere. Yet the city maintains a refreshing closeness to nature that few other capital cities can match.

Founded in 1049 by King Harold Sigurdsson, Olso celebrates its long-standing traditional Norse heritage. Those with an interest in its history may discover the sprawling castle-fortress of Akershus Slott, strategically built along the shores of the fjord in 1299 by King Håkon V, or explore Vikingskipshuset with its preserved Viking long-ships dating from the year 1100.

Seabourn Venture (Luxury Expedition, 264-guests)

Seabourn Venture is Seabourn's ultra-luxury purpose-built expedition ship. The ship features 132 all veranda, all ocean-front suites. The ship is built for polar environments (PC6 Polar Class standards) with a brand new innovative design, created specifically for the ultra-luxury expedition traveler. There are two custom-built submarines onboard, providing an unforgettable view of the world beneath the ocean's surface. The ship is also designed to carry a complement of double sea kayaks as well as 24 Zodiacs that can accommodate all onboard guests at once.

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WHAT'S INCLUDED

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ADVENTURE OPTIONS
  • Seabird Paradise by Kayak - Starting at $199
  • VIP Helicopter to the North Cape - Starting at $1339
  • North Cape Flight-Seeing by Helicopter - Starting at $509
  • Fishing Villages of Mageroy Island - Starting at $249
  • Exploring Skarsvag by Kayak - Starting at $199
  • Diving Northern Norway by Submersible - Starting at $499
  • The SBN Svalbard Kayak Experience - Starting at $199
  • A Panoramic Journey to the North Cape: Free
  • Longyearbyen Sightseeing & Museum with Airport Transfer: Free

 

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