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Greenland & Wild Labrador

This extraordinary sailing showcases staggering geographic diversity, covering over 2,200 nautical miles from the head of Sondre Stromfjord in Greenland all the way to St. John’s, NL— stopping at four Canadian National Parks along the way.

We set out along the western coast of Greenland, calling at Nuuk, one of the world’s northernmost capital cities, and exploring one of the many fjords for which the area is famed. Across Davis Strait in Canada, we visit stunning Torngat Mountains National Park—the first and only National Park in Canada to be staffed completely by Inuit. Here, at the edge of the Canadian shield, massive mountains slope down to the Labrador Sea, forming one of the most dramatic coastlines in Canada. Northern Labrador has to be seen to be believed—and we will do just that, via daily Zodiac expeditions and organized excursions.

As we move further south, we'll visit the newly created Akami-Uapishk-KakKasuak—Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve, Canada's 46th National Park; encompassing 10,700 square kilometres, it is the largest in eastern Canada. Crossing the Strait of Belle Isle to Newfoundland, we'll pay our respects to North America’s Viking visitors at L’Anse aux Meadows. While in Newfoundland, we'll explore Terra Nova National Park before ending our voyage in historic St. John’s.

Please Note: your voyage rates do not include commercial and charter flight costs
18 September, 2018 to 02 October, 2018 Make a booking request for Greenland & Wild Labrador, departing on 18 September, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Category 1 - Quad £ 3846 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 4, Interior Cabin, four lower berths, private bathroom
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Category 2 - Triple £ 4924 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 4, Interior cabinm three lower berths, private bathroom
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Category 3 - Interior Twin £ 6002 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5, Interior cabin, two lower berths, private bathroom. Available for sole use
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Category 4 - Exterior Twin £ 7003 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 4, porthole window, 2 lower berths, private bathroom
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Category 5 - Main Twin £ 8004 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5, Picture Window, two lower berths, private bathroom
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Category 6 - Comfort Twin £ 9005 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 7, Picture windows (partially obstructed) two lower berths, privvate bathroom, refrigerator
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Category 7 - Select Twin £ 10006 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5 and 8, large picture windows (partially obstructed) double bedded only, private bathroom, refrigerator
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Category 8 - Superior Twin £ 11007 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5 & 7, picture windows, twin or double bed, private bathroom, refrigerator
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Category 9 - Junior Suite £ 12008 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5 & 7, picture windows, seperate sitting area, sofa, desk, refrigerator, double bed, private bathroom
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Category 10 - Suite £ 13009 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 7, picture window overlooking the bow, seperate sitting area, sofa, desk, refrigerator, double bed, private bathroom with bath
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18 September, 2019 to 02 October, 2019 Make a booking request for Greenland & Wild Labrador, departing on 18 September, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Category 1 - Quad £ 4499 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 4, Interior Cabin, four lower berths, private bathroom
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Category 2 - Triple £ 5549 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 4, Interior cabinm three lower berths, private bathroom
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Category 3 - Interior Twin £ 6599 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5, Interior cabin, two lower berths, private bathroom. Available for sole use
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Category 4 - Exterior Twin £ 7575 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 4, porthole window, 2 lower berths, private bathroom
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Category 5 - Main Twin £ 8549 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5, Picture Window, two lower berths, private bathroom
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Category 6 - Comfort Twin £ 9525 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 7, Picture windows (partially obstructed) two lower berths, privvate bathroom, refrigerator
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Category 7 - Select Twin £ 10499 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5 and 8, large picture windows (partially obstructed) double bedded only, private bathroom, refrigerator
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Category 8 - Superior Twin £ 11475 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5 & 7, picture windows, twin or double bed, private bathroom, refrigerator
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Category 9 - Junior Suite £ 12449 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5 & 7, picture windows, seperate sitting area, sofa, desk, refrigerator, double bed, private bathroom
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Category 10 - Suite £ 13425 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 7, picture window overlooking the bow, seperate sitting area, sofa, desk, refrigerator, double bed, private bathroom with bath
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23 September, 2020 to 07 October, 2020 Make a booking request for Greenland & Wild Labrador, departing on 23 September, 2020

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Category 1 - Quad £ 4949 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 4, Interior Cabin, four lower berths, private bathroom
view cabin photo
Category 2 - Triple £ 5999 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 4, Interior cabinm three lower berths, private bathroom
view cabin photo
Category 3 - Interior Twin £ 7049 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5, Interior cabin, two lower berths, private bathroom. Available for sole use
view cabin photo
Category 4 - Exterior Twin £ 8025 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 4, porthole window, 2 lower berths, private bathroom
view cabin photo
Category 5 - Main Twin £ 8999 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5, Picture Window, two lower berths, private bathroom
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Category 6 - Comfort Twin £ 9975 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 7, Picture windows (partially obstructed) two lower berths, privvate bathroom, refrigerator
view cabin photo
Category 7 - Select Twin £ 10949 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5 and 8, large picture windows (partially obstructed) double bedded only, private bathroom, refrigerator
view cabin photo
Category 8 - Superior Twin £ 11925 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5 & 7, picture windows, twin or double bed, private bathroom, refrigerator
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Category 9 - Junior Suite £ 12899 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 5 & 7, picture windows, seperate sitting area, sofa, desk, refrigerator, double bed, private bathroom
view cabin photo
Category 10 - Suite £ 13875 GBP pp (+ Discovery Fund Fee 250 USD pp)
Deck 7, picture window overlooking the bow, seperate sitting area, sofa, desk, refrigerator, double bed, private bathroom with bath
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Greenland & Wild Labrador itinerary:

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Day 1: Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
Our flight from Toronto will land at the former US air base of Kangerlussuaq. From there, we follow the longest road in Greenland (at twenty kilometres!) to our disembarkation point, where Zodiacs await to take us to the Ocean Endeavour. From there, 168 kilometres of superb scenery await us as we sail spectacular Sondre Stromfjord, one of the longest fjords in the world.
Day 2: Qeqqata Kommunia
There are a number of charming fishing villages along the west coast of Greenland. Depending on timing and sea conditions, we way call in at one of these communities to experience small town Greenlandic life, or explore the stunning fjords that line the coast. This is a day in the true spirit of expedition travel and we will avail ourselves of any and all opportunities that present themselves.
Day 3: Nuuk
Welcome to Nuuk, the capital of Greenland and the world’s northernmost capital city! Nuuk means ‘the headland’ and is situated at the mouth of a gigantic fjord system. Established as the first Greenlandic town in 1728, Nuuk remains the bustling centre of the country today. We have the chance to spot humpback whales in the fjord, reindeer roaming the land, and birds soaring above. The town itself is home to the University of Greenland, a cathedral dating back to 1849, and Greenland’s National Museum. We’ll have a guided orientation of this bustling metropolis and an opportunity to visit the National Museum where the Qilakitsoq mummies are housed before free time to explore on your own.
Day 4: At Sea — Davis Strait
Our presentation series continues as we head across the Davis Strait towards landfall in Canada. While out on deck keep your eyes peeled for minke and humpback whales (and other marine mammals), as well as the seabirds that are sure to mark our passage.
Day 5: Kangiqsualujjuaq (George River)
Twenty-five kilometers upstream from Ungava Bay, In the shelter of a commanding granite rock outcrop we find the community of Kangiqsualujjuaq. The ebb and flow of the tremendous tides define the summer lives of the people and wildlife of this area. Arctic flora thrives in the protected valley. The traditional calving grounds of the critically declining George River caribou herd are nearby. After our community welcome, we will have the freedom to explore, meet with locals and strike out of town for a hike on the tundra.
Days 6–8: Torngat Mountains National Park
The Torngat Mountains have been home to Inuit and their predecessors for millennia, with archaeological evidence reaching back almost 7,000 years. The fjords here reach deep into the heart of the mountains, bounded by cliffs peaking at 1,700 metres, the highest point of land in Labrador. The rugged, spectacular beauty of the Torngat Mountains underscores their role as the spiritual homeland of Nunatsiavut. The Torngat Mountains comprise some of the oldest rocks on the planet and provide some of the best exposure of geological history. Polar bears, caribou, falcons, and eagles are among the species hardy enough to make their homes here. We’ll spend our time here getting out on the land for hikes, searching for wildlife, visiting archaeological sites, and Zodiac cruising through some of Canada’s most dramatic landscapes.
Day 9: Hebron
In a highly controversial move, the former Moravian Mission station dating from the 1830s was abandoned in 1959 with the departure of the Moravians, forcing the relocation of the Inuit who resided there. In 2005, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams apologized to people affected by the relocations. In August of 2009, the provincial government unveiled a monument at the site of Hebron with an inscribed apology for the site closure. Today, some of the buildings at Hebron are being repurposed as a cultural interpretation centre and it is these buildings that we will be visiting. They form a lonely monument to the cultural past of the area, with hopes for the future of Nunatsiavut.
Day 10: Nain
Today we explore the vibant Inuit community of Nain. The administrative capital of Nunatsiavut Nain is the most northerly community in Labrador. We'll visit the Moravian Church, the Nunatsiavut Building with its Labradorite stone and the newly finished Torngâsok Cultural Centre. Local leaders will share the fascinating history of the township, and we will have a chance to visit with the community.
Day 11-12: Labrador Coast
The lower Labrador coast boasts five of Labrador’s ten provincial eco-regions, including coastal barrens, high subarctic tundra, high boreal forest, mid boreal forest, and string bog. The Mealy Mountain range in this area reaches heights of more than 1,000 metres. A significant portion of the mountain range and surrounding area has been designated a National Park Reserve, a move which follows lobbying for the preservation of the area since the early 1970s. Our intent is to land our Zodiacs at the Wonderstands, a stunning 56 kilometer stretch of beach, referenced in Viking sagas.
Day 13: L’Anse aux Meadows
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and National Historic site, L’Anse aux Meadows is the only authenticated Norse settlement in North America. The archaeological remains found here in 1960 date to approximately 1000 AD. Amazingly, the location of the ruins was first established by a close reading of the Viking sagas. Today, a superb interpretive centre and reconstructions of the several Norse-style sod buildings make L’Anse aux Meadows a must-see for any visitor to Newfoundland.
Day 14: Terra Nova National Park
Today we call in at Newfoundland and Labrador's first national park, Terra Nova, located in beautiful Bonavista Bay. Our approach course will wind through the small islands that do the route and the occasional icebergs that drift in from the Atlantic. Once ashore, we have a variety of hiking opportunities in the park, where we hope to observe some of the black bears, osprey and moose that call the park home.
Day 15: St. John’s, NL
Sailing into St. John’s has to be experienced to be believed; Signal Hill keeps watch over the world-famous Narrows where icebergs are frequently seen. The bustling city of St. John's with its colourful houses and steep streets makes a spectacular backdrop to the legendary rot where we will bring our journey to a close.
Please Note:
The itineraries/programs described are subject to change at the discretion of the ship’s master.

Greenland & Wild Labrador reverse itinerary:

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Please Note: *
The itineraries/programs described are subject to change at the discretion of the ship’s master.
Day 15: St. John’s, NL *
Sailing into St. John’s has to be experienced to be believed; Signal Hill keeps watch over the world-famous Narrows where icebergs are frequently seen. The bustling city of St. John's with its colourful houses and steep streets makes a spectacular backdrop to the legendary rot where we will bring our journey to a close.
Day 14: Terra Nova National Park *
Today we call in at Newfoundland and Labrador's first national park, Terra Nova, located in beautiful Bonavista Bay. Our approach course will wind through the small islands that do the route and the occasional icebergs that drift in from the Atlantic. Once ashore, we have a variety of hiking opportunities in the park, where we hope to observe some of the black bears, osprey and moose that call the park home.
Day 13: L’Anse aux Meadows *
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and National Historic site, L’Anse aux Meadows is the only authenticated Norse settlement in North America. The archaeological remains found here in 1960 date to approximately 1000 AD. Amazingly, the location of the ruins was first established by a close reading of the Viking sagas. Today, a superb interpretive centre and reconstructions of the several Norse-style sod buildings make L’Anse aux Meadows a must-see for any visitor to Newfoundland.
Day 11-12: Labrador Coast *
The lower Labrador coast boasts five of Labrador’s ten provincial eco-regions, including coastal barrens, high subarctic tundra, high boreal forest, mid boreal forest, and string bog. The Mealy Mountain range in this area reaches heights of more than 1,000 metres. A significant portion of the mountain range and surrounding area has been designated a National Park Reserve, a move which follows lobbying for the preservation of the area since the early 1970s. Our intent is to land our Zodiacs at the Wonderstands, a stunning 56 kilometer stretch of beach, referenced in Viking sagas.
Day 10: Nain *
Today we explore the vibant Inuit community of Nain. The administrative capital of Nunatsiavut Nain is the most northerly community in Labrador. We'll visit the Moravian Church, the Nunatsiavut Building with its Labradorite stone and the newly finished Torngâsok Cultural Centre. Local leaders will share the fascinating history of the township, and we will have a chance to visit with the community.
Day 9: Hebron *
In a highly controversial move, the former Moravian Mission station dating from the 1830s was abandoned in 1959 with the departure of the Moravians, forcing the relocation of the Inuit who resided there. In 2005, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams apologized to people affected by the relocations. In August of 2009, the provincial government unveiled a monument at the site of Hebron with an inscribed apology for the site closure. Today, some of the buildings at Hebron are being repurposed as a cultural interpretation centre and it is these buildings that we will be visiting. They form a lonely monument to the cultural past of the area, with hopes for the future of Nunatsiavut.
Days 6–8: Torngat Mountains National Park *
The Torngat Mountains have been home to Inuit and their predecessors for millennia, with archaeological evidence reaching back almost 7,000 years. The fjords here reach deep into the heart of the mountains, bounded by cliffs peaking at 1,700 metres, the highest point of land in Labrador. The rugged, spectacular beauty of the Torngat Mountains underscores their role as the spiritual homeland of Nunatsiavut. The Torngat Mountains comprise some of the oldest rocks on the planet and provide some of the best exposure of geological history. Polar bears, caribou, falcons, and eagles are among the species hardy enough to make their homes here. We’ll spend our time here getting out on the land for hikes, searching for wildlife, visiting archaeological sites, and Zodiac cruising through some of Canada’s most dramatic landscapes.
Day 5: Kangiqsualujjuaq (George River) *
Twenty-five kilometers upstream from Ungava Bay, In the shelter of a commanding granite rock outcrop we find the community of Kangiqsualujjuaq. The ebb and flow of the tremendous tides define the summer lives of the people and wildlife of this area. Arctic flora thrives in the protected valley. The traditional calving grounds of the critically declining George River caribou herd are nearby. After our community welcome, we will have the freedom to explore, meet with locals and strike out of town for a hike on the tundra.
Day 4: At Sea — Davis Strait *
Our presentation series continues as we head across the Davis Strait towards landfall in Canada. While out on deck keep your eyes peeled for minke and humpback whales (and other marine mammals), as well as the seabirds that are sure to mark our passage.
Day 3: Nuuk *
Welcome to Nuuk, the capital of Greenland and the world’s northernmost capital city! Nuuk means ‘the headland’ and is situated at the mouth of a gigantic fjord system. Established as the first Greenlandic town in 1728, Nuuk remains the bustling centre of the country today. We have the chance to spot humpback whales in the fjord, reindeer roaming the land, and birds soaring above. The town itself is home to the University of Greenland, a cathedral dating back to 1849, and Greenland’s National Museum. We’ll have a guided orientation of this bustling metropolis and an opportunity to visit the National Museum where the Qilakitsoq mummies are housed before free time to explore on your own.
Day 2: Qeqqata Kommunia *
There are a number of charming fishing villages along the west coast of Greenland. Depending on timing and sea conditions, we way call in at one of these communities to experience small town Greenlandic life, or explore the stunning fjords that line the coast. This is a day in the true spirit of expedition travel and we will avail ourselves of any and all opportunities that present themselves.
Day 1: Kangerlussuaq, Greenland *
Our flight from Toronto will land at the former US air base of Kangerlussuaq. From there, we follow the longest road in Greenland (at twenty kilometres!) to our disembarkation point, where Zodiacs await to take us to the Ocean Endeavour. From there, 168 kilometres of superb scenery await us as we sail spectacular Sondre Stromfjord, one of the longest fjords in the world.
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Ocean Endeavour, the ship servicing Greenland & Wild Labrador

Ocean Endeavour

Vessel Type: Expedition

Length: 137m

Passenger Capacity: 198

Built: 1982 - refurbished 2010 & 2014

Sailing with a maximum of 198-passengers, Ocean Endeavour is the perfect vessel for expedition cruising. Outfitted with twenty Zodiacs, advanced navigation equipment, multiple lounges and a top deck observation room, she is purpose-built for passenger experiences in remote environments. The Ocean Endeavour boasts a 1B ice class, enabling her to freely explore throughout the Arctic summer.

Launched in 1982, she has had numerous upgrades, most recently in 2010 and 2014. At 137 meters (450ft) in length, Ocean Endeavour has plenty of interior and exterior space. Enjoy multiple decks offering comfortable lounge chairs, outdoor dining, a swimming pool, sauna and even a hot tub! The spacious interiors allow for multiple workshops and presentations to occur simultaneously. Community is at the heart of Adventure Canada’s expedition experience. We gather together to learn, enjoy a drink, sing a song or share a yarn – connecting with one and other. The three lounges aboard Ocean Endeavour are fantastic public spaces for seminars, events and dialogue.

The Ocean Endeavour’s private spaces are stylish and comfortable. All cabins have private washroom facilities, a phone for internal calls, radio, TV and air-conditioning. There are a variety of cabin categories available ranging from 9-30 m2 (100-320 sq ft).

Ocean Endeavour’s crew is experienced, and friendly. Her shallow draft and maneuverability allow her to access isolated fiords, bays and secluded communities. The stylish vessel is at home among the glorious settings we seek. Enjoy the class and comfort of a boutique hotel, while venturing to some of the world’s last great frontiers aboard the Ocean Endeavour!

Ocean EndeavourOcean Endeavour

Cabin layout for Ocean Endeavour
• Search for marine life in the rich waters of Newman Sound and Terra Nova National Park

• Follow in the wake of the Vikings at L'Anse aux Meadows and the Wonderstrands

• Enjoy a community welcome at the Illusuak Cultural Centre in Nain

• Search for polar bear and black bear along the rugged Labrador coast

• Hike the pristine wilds of the Torngat Mountains National Park

• Cross the Arctic circle while sailing a spectacular Greenlandic fjord
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