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The Northwest Passage - 20 Night Fly, Cruise & Stay PACKAGE - Edmonton to Boston (HUR43920)

Take this amazing 19 night cruise aboard MS Fram from Cambridge to Boston

Tour Departure: Sep 8, 2024


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20 Night package includes:

  • 1 night pre-cruise accommodation in Edmonton, including breakfast
  • Economy class flight from Edmonton to Cambridge Bay
  • Transfer from airport to port
  • 19 night expedition cruise exploring The Northwest Passage from Cambridge to Boston aboard MS Fram
  • Follow in the footsteps of renowned explorers, immerse yourself in a true expedition cruise
  • Explore multiple UNESCO listed sites and spot rare wildlife
  • All meals and beverages† and gratuities onboard.


  • 19 night cruise from Cambridge to Boston aboard MS Fram
  • PLUSEconomy class flight from Edmonton to Cambridge and 1 night stay in Edmonton!
  • Visit: Cambridge, Fort Ross, Beechey Island, Radstock, Dundas Harbour & more!

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EXCLUSIVE WAVE OFFER OF UP TO AU$300^ ONBOARD CREDIT PER STATEROOM, TWIN SHARE!

OFFER ENDS 31 March 2024, UNLESS SOLD PRIOR. CONDITIONS APPLY.



Itinerary

Day 1:CAMBRIDGE BAY
Enjoy the lively and colourful city of Edmonton during an overnight stay. Add an optional Pre-programme to learn more about this city and the surrounding area.
Sun 8 Sep 2024
Day 2:CAMBRIDGE BAY
Wildlife and conservation in this fish-rich bayA morning flight from Montréal brings you to wildlife-rich Cambridge Bay. It’s home to fewer than 2,000 residents, the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (an important center for climate change research) and Arctic char, musk oxen, and caribou.It’s only fitting for your expedition to start here, where Arctic explorers like Roald Amundsen once sheltered before attempting the legendary Northwest Passage.MS Fram will be ready and waiting. Collect your complimentary expedition jacket and meet your Expedition Team, who will talk you through guidelines on protecting wildlife habitats and on how to visit Arctic communities in a responsible and respectful way.
Mon 9 Sep 2024
Day 2:EDMONTON
Wildlife and conservation in this fish-rich bayA morning flight from Montréal brings you to wildlife-rich Cambridge Bay. It’s home to fewer than 2,000 residents, the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (an important center for climate change research) and Arctic char, musk oxen, and caribou.It’s only fitting for your expedition to start here, where Arctic explorers like Roald Amundsen once sheltered before attempting the legendary Northwest Passage.MS Fram will be ready and waiting. Collect your complimentary expedition jacket and meet your Expedition Team, who will talk you through guidelines on protecting wildlife habitats and on how to visit Arctic communities in a responsible and respectful way.
Mon 9 Sep 2024
Day 2:CAMBRIDGE BAY
Wildlife and conservation in this fish-rich bayA morning flight from Montréal brings you to wildlife-rich Cambridge Bay. It’s home to fewer than 2,000 residents, the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (an important center for climate change research) and Arctic char, musk oxen, and caribou.It’s only fitting for your expedition to start here, where Arctic explorers like Roald Amundsen once sheltered before attempting the legendary Northwest Passage.MS Fram will be ready and waiting. Collect your complimentary expedition jacket and meet your Expedition Team, who will talk you through guidelines on protecting wildlife habitats and on how to visit Arctic communities in a responsible and respectful way.
Mon 9 Sep 2024
Depart 6:00 PM
Day 3:GJOA HAVEN
Cross a historical sea corridor through Canada’s Arctic archipelago.Like pioneering explorers who've come before you, we won't have an exact itinerary as we attempt to sail our ice class ship through the Northwest Passage. We plan to land at sites such as Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Dundas Harbour, and Pond Inlet, if conditions are favorable.As we explore, we’ll land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit Inuit communities, and look out for Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, whales, narwhals, seals, and seabirds.You’ll go expedition boat cruising between ice floes and land ashore to experience the pristine wilderness first hand. Your Expedition Team will adapt activities to ice and weather conditions, giving you the best experience possible.At Gjoa Haven, Roald Amundsen learned polar survival tips from the Netsilik Inuit people. If we are able to land here, we’ll take a walking tour to learn more. We’ll continue east to Fort Ross, a former Hudson’s Bay Trading post.We may stop at Beechey Island and pay our respects at the graves of three Franklin expedition team members. On Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island on Earth, we hope to visit Dundas Harbor and learn about its Thule heritage.On the final stretch, we’ll try to reach Pond Inlet and the Inuit community of Mittimatalik on Baffin Island, rounding off an incredible eight days of exhilarating exploration.
Tue 10 Sep 2024
2:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Day 4:Sea
Cross a historical sea corridor through Canada’s Arctic archipelago.Like pioneering explorers who've come before you, we won't have an exact itinerary as we attempt to sail our ice class ship through the Northwest Passage. We plan to land at sites such as Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Dundas Harbour, and Pond Inlet, if conditions are favorable.As we explore, we’ll land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit Inuit communities, and look out for Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, whales, narwhals, seals, and seabirds.You’ll go expedition boat cruising between ice floes and land ashore to experience the pristine wilderness first hand. Your Expedition Team will adapt activities to ice and weather conditions, giving you the best experience possible.At Gjoa Haven, Roald Amundsen learned polar survival tips from the Netsilik Inuit people. If we are able to land here, we’ll take a walking tour to learn more. We’ll continue east to Fort Ross, a former Hudson’s Bay Trading post.We may stop at Beechey Island and pay our respects at the graves of three Franklin expedition team members. On Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island on Earth, we hope to visit Dundas Harbor and learn about its Thule heritage.On the final stretch, we’ll try to reach Pond Inlet and the Inuit community of Mittimatalik on Baffin Island, rounding off an incredible eight days of exhilarating exploration.
Wed 11 Sep 2024
Day 5:FORT ROSS
Cross a historical sea corridor through Canada’s Arctic archipelago.Like pioneering explorers who've come before you, we won't have an exact itinerary as we attempt to sail our ice class ship through the Northwest Passage. We plan to land at sites such as Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Dundas Harbour, and Pond Inlet, if conditions are favorable.As we explore, we’ll land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit Inuit communities, and look out for Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, whales, narwhals, seals, and seabirds.You’ll go expedition boat cruising between ice floes and land ashore to experience the pristine wilderness first hand. Your Expedition Team will adapt activities to ice and weather conditions, giving you the best experience possible.At Gjoa Haven, Roald Amundsen learned polar survival tips from the Netsilik Inuit people. If we are able to land here, we’ll take a walking tour to learn more. We’ll continue east to Fort Ross, a former Hudson’s Bay Trading post.We may stop at Beechey Island and pay our respects at the graves of three Franklin expedition team members. On Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island on Earth, we hope to visit Dundas Harbor and learn about its Thule heritage.On the final stretch, we’ll try to reach Pond Inlet and the Inuit community of Mittimatalik on Baffin Island, rounding off an incredible eight days of exhilarating exploration.
Thu 12 Sep 2024
Arrive 5:00 PM
Day 6:FORT ROSS
Cross a historical sea corridor through Canada’s Arctic archipelago.Like pioneering explorers who've come before you, we won't have an exact itinerary as we attempt to sail our ice class ship through the Northwest Passage. We plan to land at sites such as Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Dundas Harbour, and Pond Inlet, if conditions are favorable.As we explore, we’ll land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit Inuit communities, and look out for Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, whales, narwhals, seals, and seabirds.You’ll go expedition boat cruising between ice floes and land ashore to experience the pristine wilderness first hand. Your Expedition Team will adapt activities to ice and weather conditions, giving you the best experience possible.At Gjoa Haven, Roald Amundsen learned polar survival tips from the Netsilik Inuit people. If we are able to land here, we’ll take a walking tour to learn more. We’ll continue east to Fort Ross, a former Hudson’s Bay Trading post.We may stop at Beechey Island and pay our respects at the graves of three Franklin expedition team members. On Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island on Earth, we hope to visit Dundas Harbor and learn about its Thule heritage.On the final stretch, we’ll try to reach Pond Inlet and the Inuit community of Mittimatalik on Baffin Island, rounding off an incredible eight days of exhilarating exploration.
Fri 13 Sep 2024
Depart 12:00 PM
Day 7:BEECHEY ISLAND
Cross a historical sea corridor through Canada’s Arctic archipelago.Like pioneering explorers who've come before you, we won't have an exact itinerary as we attempt to sail our ice class ship through the Northwest Passage. We plan to land at sites such as Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Dundas Harbour, and Pond Inlet, if conditions are favorable.As we explore, we’ll land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit Inuit communities, and look out for Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, whales, narwhals, seals, and seabirds.You’ll go expedition boat cruising between ice floes and land ashore to experience the pristine wilderness first hand. Your Expedition Team will adapt activities to ice and weather conditions, giving you the best experience possible.At Gjoa Haven, Roald Amundsen learned polar survival tips from the Netsilik Inuit people. If we are able to land here, we’ll take a walking tour to learn more. We’ll continue east to Fort Ross, a former Hudson’s Bay Trading post.We may stop at Beechey Island and pay our respects at the graves of three Franklin expedition team members. On Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island on Earth, we hope to visit Dundas Harbor and learn about its Thule heritage.On the final stretch, we’ll try to reach Pond Inlet and the Inuit community of Mittimatalik on Baffin Island, rounding off an incredible eight days of exhilarating exploration.
Sat 14 Sep 2024
7:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Day 7:RADSTOCK BAY
Cross a historical sea corridor through Canada’s Arctic archipelago.Like pioneering explorers who've come before you, we won't have an exact itinerary as we attempt to sail our ice class ship through the Northwest Passage. We plan to land at sites such as Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Dundas Harbour, and Pond Inlet, if conditions are favorable.As we explore, we’ll land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit Inuit communities, and look out for Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, whales, narwhals, seals, and seabirds.You’ll go expedition boat cruising between ice floes and land ashore to experience the pristine wilderness first hand. Your Expedition Team will adapt activities to ice and weather conditions, giving you the best experience possible.At Gjoa Haven, Roald Amundsen learned polar survival tips from the Netsilik Inuit people. If we are able to land here, we’ll take a walking tour to learn more. We’ll continue east to Fort Ross, a former Hudson’s Bay Trading post.We may stop at Beechey Island and pay our respects at the graves of three Franklin expedition team members. On Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island on Earth, we hope to visit Dundas Harbor and learn about its Thule heritage.On the final stretch, we’ll try to reach Pond Inlet and the Inuit community of Mittimatalik on Baffin Island, rounding off an incredible eight days of exhilarating exploration.
Sat 14 Sep 2024
3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Day 8:DUNDAS HARBOUR
Cross a historical sea corridor through Canada’s Arctic archipelago.Like pioneering explorers who've come before you, we won't have an exact itinerary as we attempt to sail our ice class ship through the Northwest Passage. We plan to land at sites such as Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Dundas Harbour, and Pond Inlet, if conditions are favorable.As we explore, we’ll land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit Inuit communities, and look out for Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, whales, narwhals, seals, and seabirds.You’ll go expedition boat cruising between ice floes and land ashore to experience the pristine wilderness first hand. Your Expedition Team will adapt activities to ice and weather conditions, giving you the best experience possible.At Gjoa Haven, Roald Amundsen learned polar survival tips from the Netsilik Inuit people. If we are able to land here, we’ll take a walking tour to learn more. We’ll continue east to Fort Ross, a former Hudson’s Bay Trading post.We may stop at Beechey Island and pay our respects at the graves of three Franklin expedition team members. On Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island on Earth, we hope to visit Dundas Harbor and learn about its Thule heritage.On the final stretch, we’ll try to reach Pond Inlet and the Inuit community of Mittimatalik on Baffin Island, rounding off an incredible eight days of exhilarating exploration.
Sun 15 Sep 2024
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Day 9:POND INLET
Cross a historical sea corridor through Canada’s Arctic archipelago.Like pioneering explorers who've come before you, we won't have an exact itinerary as we attempt to sail our ice class ship through the Northwest Passage. We plan to land at sites such as Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Dundas Harbour, and Pond Inlet, if conditions are favorable.As we explore, we’ll land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit Inuit communities, and look out for Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, whales, narwhals, seals, and seabirds.You’ll go expedition boat cruising between ice floes and land ashore to experience the pristine wilderness first hand. Your Expedition Team will adapt activities to ice and weather conditions, giving you the best experience possible.At Gjoa Haven, Roald Amundsen learned polar survival tips from the Netsilik Inuit people. If we are able to land here, we’ll take a walking tour to learn more. We’ll continue east to Fort Ross, a former Hudson’s Bay Trading post.We may stop at Beechey Island and pay our respects at the graves of three Franklin expedition team members. On Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island on Earth, we hope to visit Dundas Harbor and learn about its Thule heritage.On the final stretch, we’ll try to reach Pond Inlet and the Inuit community of Mittimatalik on Baffin Island, rounding off an incredible eight days of exhilarating exploration.
Mon 16 Sep 2024
2:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Day 10:Sea
Cross a historical sea corridor through Canada’s Arctic archipelago.Like pioneering explorers who've come before you, we won't have an exact itinerary as we attempt to sail our ice class ship through the Northwest Passage. We plan to land at sites such as Gjoa Haven, Fort Ross, Dundas Harbour, and Pond Inlet, if conditions are favorable.As we explore, we’ll land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit Inuit communities, and look out for Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, whales, narwhals, seals, and seabirds.You’ll go expedition boat cruising between ice floes and land ashore to experience the pristine wilderness first hand. Your Expedition Team will adapt activities to ice and weather conditions, giving you the best experience possible.At Gjoa Haven, Roald Amundsen learned polar survival tips from the Netsilik Inuit people. If we are able to land here, we’ll take a walking tour to learn more. We’ll continue east to Fort Ross, a former Hudson’s Bay Trading post.We may stop at Beechey Island and pay our respects at the graves of three Franklin expedition team members. On Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island on Earth, we hope to visit Dundas Harbor and learn about its Thule heritage.On the final stretch, we’ll try to reach Pond Inlet and the Inuit community of Mittimatalik on Baffin Island, rounding off an incredible eight days of exhilarating exploration.
Tue 17 Sep 2024
Day 11:Sea
Relax and learn as we sail towards Greenland.Leaving Canada behind, we’ll cross the Davis Strait and Baffin Bay to Greenland. Join the Expedition Team for more insightful lectures on your adventures ahead. Topics may include local wildlife, geology, culture, and historic explorers. You can also pick up some photography tips on how to best capture the awe-inspiring scenery around you.Sweat a little up in the gym or relax in the sauna or one of the outdoor hot tubs. You could also just sit back and enjoy the passing seascape from the panoramic windows of the Explorer Lounge & Bar.
Wed 18 Sep 2024
Day 12:ILULISSAT
The town where you can see and hear the ice flowOur expedition cruise reaches Disko Bay, a haven for whales and seals. You’re in for a unique experience. Nestled in magnificent Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is Ilulissat. An ever-changing gallery of passing icebergs slides by against a backdrop of colorful houses.Marvel at giant icebergs floating past in the deep blue waters, as they take on different hues of white, grey, and blue. With the help of the ship’s photographer, even amateur photographers can capture the nuances of these sculptures of nature.
Thu 19 Sep 2024
8:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Day 13:SISIMIUT
Explore ancient traditions in Arctic GreenlandWe reach Sisimiut, Greenland’s second city. It sits in a spectacular location just 25 miles north of the Arctic Circle. This area has a history spanning more than 4,500 years.Old traditions are alive and well here, and you can learn more about the ancient Saqqaq artifacts in the local museum.If you're looking for a special souvenir, pick up a scarf, hat or mittens made of qiviut, the inner wool of a musk ox, said to be 10 times warmer than sheep wool. Why not explore the area by foot and stretch your legs on a hike?
Fri 20 Sep 2024
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Day 14:NUUK
Experience Greenlandic culture, old and new, in NuukYour Northwest Passage expedition cruise continues on to Nuuk, Greenland’s colorful capital. It has a population of 18,000 people and a striking mix of old and new buildings.Compare the old buildings like the Hans Egede House and Nuuk Cathedral with the ultra-modern architecture of Greenland’s parliament building.Visit the National Museum to gain fascinating insight into life here 500 years ago and see the six Qilakitsoq mummies. Or join a long nature walk through Paradise Valley and around Mt. Lille Malene.
Sat 21 Sep 2024
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Day 15:KVANEFJORD
Discover the glacial beauty of the west coast fjordsWe plan to spend the day experiencing Greenland’s west coast fjords region and its sublime scenery. These fjord landscapes have been carved by ice over millennia. Since conditions can vary, we won’t know exactly what’s in store until the day itself.Your Captain and Expedition Team will find the best opportunities for adventure. We may take you ashore in our small boats (RIBs) for a hike or launch our kayaks to explore a pretty cove. Be ready for anything!
Sun 22 Sep 2024
7:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Day 16:Sea
Watch for wildlife and get involved in Citizen Science.Leaving Greenland behind, our expedition cruise continues to Canada across the Labrador Sea. We’ll enter the Davis Strait, named after English explorer John Davis, who led expeditions here in the 16th century. The Expedition Team will continue their onboard lectures on topics such as the wildlife of Northern Labrador, Inuit culture, and the history of Arctic exploration.The strait is known for its abundance of seals, whales, and cod. Consider joining one of our Citizen Science projects by helping to photograph and track whales. Or contribute to the GLOBE Program by observing the clouds and helping scientists study our climate.
Mon 23 Sep 2024
Day 17:RED BAY
Explore this extraordinary former whaling settlement.As we approach Red Bay, look out for humpback or minke whales – the very creatures that drew whalers to this harbor in the 17th century.The ice-cold waters around Red Bay hide a number of wrecked chalupas (small whaling boats) and galleons, making it one of the world’s most important underwater archeological sites.Visit the local museum to see a 26-foot chalupa and look for whale bones in the protected Red Bay National Historic Site. Why not search for pirate Captain Kidd’s buried treasure around Tracey Hill? You may not find gold doubloons, but you will be rewarded with a fantastic view.
Tue 24 Sep 2024
2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Day 18:CORNER BROOK
Step back in time in this charming city in Newfoundland.We’ll follow in Captain James Cook’s footsteps as we sail into the Bay of Islands toward the traditional city of Corner Brook. Discover the area’s fascinating history and collection of artifacts at the Corner Brook Museum.Take in great views from Crow Hill or take a guided hike along the Corner Brook Stream trail. You can also opt for a visit to Gros Morne National Park and the picturesque Lobster Cove Head lighthouse, which also features a scenic drive.Before we depart, we’ll enjoy a performance by local folk music performers and storytellers.
Wed 25 Sep 2024
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Day 19:Sea
Reflecting on your epic expeditionAs your Northwest Passage expedition cruise draws to a close, take time to unwind aboard your comfortable ship and imagine the challenges the great explorers before you would have faced.Soak in the hot tub, work out in the gym, make use of the Science Center, or just relax in the Explorer Lounge & Bar.Join the Expedition Team to recap the highlights of this incredible once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Spend time in the Science Center to wrap up your Citizen Science observations or pick out your favorite images with our onboard photographer.
Thu 26 Sep 2024
Day 20:Sea
Reflecting on your epic expeditionAs your Northwest Passage expedition cruise draws to a close, take time to unwind aboard your comfortable ship and imagine the challenges the great explorers before you would have faced.Soak in the hot tub, work out in the gym, make use of the Science Center, or just relax in the Explorer Lounge & Bar.Join the Expedition Team to recap the highlights of this incredible once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Spend time in the Science Center to wrap up your Citizen Science observations or pick out your favorite images with our onboard photographer.
Fri 27 Sep 2024
Day 21:BOSTON
Disembark in the cosmopolitan capital of New EnglandYour expedition cruise through the Northwest Passage ends in Boston. This thriving city looks European and is one of the major cities on the east coast—it’s a fitting place to end your Northwest Passage experience.Boston’s rich history can be felt throughout its many districts, with grand Colonial-era buildings intermixing with a modern downtown. Discover Colonial-era and revolutionary history in abundance or visit the campuses of some of the world’s most respected and influential universities. Or simply relax in a bar or restaurant and chat about your adventures with some new-found friends!
Sat 28 Sep 2024
Arrive 8:00 AM
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*Conditions apply. Prices correct as at 05 February 2024 but may fluctuate if surcharges, fees, taxes or currency change. Offers subject to availability. Agents may charge service fees, rates vary. Payments by credit card will incur a surcharge. Flights not included, unless specified. All savings are included in the advertised price. †soft drinks, beer, and the house wine are included with all meals. ^Onboard credit is given in EUR, the currency used onboard hurtigruten ships. The AUD equivalent will fluctuate due to the exchange rate. Guests who do not use the total amount of onboard credit during their sailing will not be refunded the remaining amount. #Limited complimentary Wi-Fi access is available for expeditions cruise guests. All planned activities are subject to weather and ice conditions. Excursions and activities are subject to change. Offers may be withdrawn without notice and are not combinable with any other offers unless stated. Valid until 31 March 2024, unless sold prior. Please check all prices, availability and other information before booking. Hurtigruten Expeditions and Cruiseco booking terms and conditions apply.

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