Poseidon Expeditions is resuming its signature North Pole icebreaker cruises aboard the nuclear-powered 50 Years of Victory with two departures this month.
Starting in October, the company also plans to return to Antarctica, using its main vessel, the 114-passenger Sea Spirit.
"It is a great objective to unite businesses, sciences, public, and volunteer movements for the Arctic cleanup," he Poseidon Expeditions Polar Travel Club’s founder Nikolai Savelyev said.
We continue to enjoy memories of our cruise to the Falkland Islands and South Georgia Island with Poseidon Expeditions. Each day, we looked forward to epic scenery; pristine beaches full of hundreds, often thousands, of king penguins with their chicks; enormous elephant seals, mating or nursing their young; courting polar seabirds; and much more.
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Poseidon Expeditions' 23-day-long cruise to Antarctica will give astronomy buffs a chance to view the eclipse in one of the world’s most remote locations. Read more on robbreport.com
Poseidon Expedition announced that reservations are now open for three departures during the summer of 2020. Read more on www.cruiseindustrynews.com
If you missed the last great solar eclipse over South America this past week, there’s still time to plan for the next one. Getting a chance to see an eclipse is a glorious event. Read more on www.travelandleisure.com
On 4 December 2021, cruise passengers will go from blinding white conditions to a complete blackout. Willingly. Read more on www.lonelyplanet.com
Passengers aboard Poseidon Expeditions’ Sea Spirit in fall 2021 might be crossing two big items off their bucket lists: experiencing a solar eclipse and traveling to Antarctica. Read more on www.forbes.com
Knocking two things off your bucket list at once is tough. Like meeting the president at the Super Bowl. Or joining the Mile High Club with a celebrity. The confluence of events that are tough to come by alone, nearly impossible together. Read more on matadornetwork.com
The Arctic might not spring to mind as the ideal summer holiday destination – but you'd be surprised. In Svalbard, everything from hiking and polar bear watching to nights under the midnight sun await... Read more on www.wanderlust.co.uk
The humpback whale was so close to our ship when it surfaced, I could hear the air being expelled when it blew. Read more on www.stuff.co.nz
This isn’t the Russia you’ve heard about on cable news. You can't fake the beauty of this place a few hundred miles from the North Pole. I watched as the rays of the midnight sun caught a giant white bear curled up on an ice floe. A tiny fur ball playfully licked its mom’s snout. The mother bear, waking up grumpy, splashed into the frigid water as the 297-foot ship on which I was a passenger zigzagged through the Barents Sea. Read more on www.latimes.com
This place is ephemeral. Matter morphs from liquid to solid; melts, condenses, evaporates. The sea, usually liquid in motion hovers between states. It glitters in pale sun, turns crystalline, shatters like glass. Icebergs glow turquoise, bringing blues from sky to earth. The ocean cracks and fractures like white toffee. Read more on www.stuff.co.nz
AdventureSmith Explorations: Adventure Specialist Arielle Figueroa reviews her Land of Penguins & Icebergs expedition aboard the 114-guest Sea Spirit. Learn her highlights from this all-suite ship and traveling in February. Read more on www.adventuresmithexplorations.com
Poseidon Expeditions is a company known for its polar outings. The company typically ventures to the Antarctic, Arctic regions such as Greenland, Iceland and Spitsbergen, Norway, and even the North Pole. So, what are they doing in the British Isles? Sampling out-of-the-way islands and mainland destinations that are rich in history and nature. Read more on www.chicagotribune.com
Eleven women representing both the Middle East and European countries began a historic trek earlier this week to the North Pole.
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Explore the new-and final-frontier of Arctic expedition cruising with Poseidon Expeditions.
Polar expedition provider Poseidon Expeditions is offering significant early booking savings on three 2018 voyages aboard the only passenger-carrying vessel in the world that can attain 90 degrees north, the point of the geographic North Pole. Read more on www.thetravelpro.us
First, you must have a sense of adventure and a willingness to be flexible about travel plans in an area of the world where nature always surprises and always prevails. In fact, it is the vagaries of nature and the resulting difficulty of certain landings that determine what the day's itinerary will be.
Few travelers have visited the world’s seventh continent, but now anyone canexperience the most inhospitable place on Earth on a specialist tour. RichardPowell wraps up for an expedition.
Weather in July and August can be hot and sticky in much of the U.S., so it's a good time for a cool weather getaway — somewhere like, say, the Arctic. Poseidon Expeditions is offering expedition cruises to Franz Josef Land, an area of the Russian High Arctic that's seldom visited and, due to ice, is accessible for only a few weeks each year.
Hunters, tourists and residents are contributing to Arctic research as citizen scientists. Although their numbers remain small for now – they will grow – and their efforts expand the reach of what researchers might access in the Arctic in both time and range.
Blount Small Ship Adventures' Presidents Day deals give savings up to 40% while Poseidon Expeditions' St. Valentine's promotion is shaving 15% off the cost of Arctic or Antarctic cruises booked during February.
Even against the glittering backdrop of the North Pole's ice and snow, the pure white brilliance of the polar bear's thick winter coat stands out, the soft midnight sun highlighting its rich luster even further.
If you enjoy being at sea but loathe the idea of sharing a ship with hundreds, or thousands, of other holidaymakers, there are alternatives. The time-rich could opt for a container ship – a great way of seeing the world without the organized.
This is a unique expedition cruise to the North Pole aboard the most powerful icebreaker in the world. The cruise takes travelers on a route through the Arctic Ocean covered by multiyear pack ice and brings them to the Top of the World.
Egipt? Prea “main stream”! Marea Britanie? Prea “la moda”! Europa a devenit, mai ales in ultimii ani, “batatorita” (si) de romani si multi incearca sa isi petreaca concediile in locuri mai exotice, indepartate. Nu multi insa indraznesc (sau isi permit) sa calatoreasca intr-o regiune extrema precum Polul Nord.
Com 14 anos de tradiçao e expertise em percorrer os extremos da Terra, a Poseidon Expeditions convida a descobrir as regioes da Antartica e do Artico com toda infraestrutura em seus navios icebreakers, pequenos, seguros e confortaveis, preparados para o impacto com estra natureza tao grandiosa.