The Adventurer: The Northwest Passage | Brownell Travel Journal

The Adventurer: The Northwest Passage

The Northwest Passage


The Adventurer


A once-in-a-lifetime journey through the mysterious and historical Northwest Passage


August 20 – September 12, 2015


Canada, Greenland, Alaska, and Russia


This incredible cruise by A&K takes you from the Atlantic to the Pacific via the Northwest Passage. Literally the road less travelled, voyagers will embark on a journey dared by only a few—this is the least-sailed major route in the world. The first successful voyage was in 1906 by Roald Amundsen and took 3 years!  During a window in August and September, a ship will set sail from Greenland for a 23-day action-packed adventure. Perfect for the nature lover, travelers have the opportunity to see a variety of wildlife. Polar bears, penguins, moose, and even the mythical-seeming narwhal are a just a few of the species along the way. Aboard the luxury ship, a team of scientists and naturalists are there to enrich your experience. Find out more about this legendary journey by contacting your Brownell Advisor.




All images courtesy of Compagnie du Ponant – © Captain Etienne Garcia

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