cruiseexpeditionicebreakerNorth Pole

first_imgcruiseexpeditionice-breakerNorth Pole Couples can save up to $6,000 on a 2018 Top of the World expedition aboard the most powerful nuclear ice-breaker – 50 Years of Victory – a 13-day cruise departing from Murmansk in Russia, including a full day at the North Pole, with the opportunity to set foot on the ice, an exploration of the rarely-visited Franz Josef Land, and wildlife encounters with walrus and polar bears.The expedition, with Australia’s Expedition Cruise Specialists, is restricted to 384 adventurers from around the world, each year.“… we’re now down to the last few cabins for 2018,” says General Manager Andrew Castles. “This is, without doubt, one of the world’s greatest travel experiences, and with big savings on offer there’s no better time to reserve your spot.”2018 expeditions to the North Pole depart Murmansk on July 8, 19 & 30. Prices start at AUD$38,795 per person for a standard twin cabin. Discounted suites start at $41,095 per person for a Mini Suite, through to $57,695 per person for the top-of-the-range Arktika Suite.last_img read more

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