Crystal Cruises has recently announced its second transit of the fabled Northwest Passage. Responding to continued demand for its sold-out inaugural 2016 Northwest Passage transit, Crystal Serenity’s 2017 Northwest Passage Expedition will follow the same route, journeying from Seward, Alaska, to New York City, on its 32-day journey.
Beginning August 15, 2017, Crystal Serenity will traverse the Arctic Ocean via the route 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle, first completed successfully by Roald Amundsen more than 100 years ago.
Northwest Passage Transit | Crystal Serenity | August 15 – September 16, 2017
Joined by a 14-member expedition team of dedicated professionals, the Captain and his expanded team of navigation experts will incorporate unplanned “expedition days” when favorable weather conditions allow, as well as “exciting Arctic adventures” ranging from Zodiac landings and kayaking in protected bays to trekking the tundra with an experienced guide
The booking window is now open with all-inclusive “Book Now” fares starting at $21,855 per person, double occupancy, if booked by April 29, 2016.
Crystal will again partner with Expedition Voyage Consulting by EYOS Expeditions for the planning of the itinerary’s shore-side adventures. The line has also met with Inuit elders to create an expedition voyage that remains respectful to the local lands and cultures.
Exceptional wildlife sightings, stunning displays of nature, and rare experiences carefully designed to reveal remote cultures in a thoughtful and engaging manner are the defining aspects of this life-enhancing voyage.
Contact us if you are interesting in receiving more information about this expedition or would like to make a reservation. For the complete itinerary, click here. Book your Northwest Passage adventure by April 29, 2016 to enjoy the best available fares.