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Silversea Cruises Churchill to Kangerlussuaq

Silversea Cruises Churchill to Kangerlussuaq

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Expand your horizons with a thrilling Arctic Circle adventure among Canada’s ice-adapted wildlife, wonderful islands and far-flung cultures. Travel at this nose-bleedingly northerly latitude is always a precious thrill, and the Silver Endeavour gets you up close and personal with polar bears, breaching whales and creaking glaciers. Crunch through sea ice en route to Greenland’s incredible scenery, dropping in on cherry-red painted towns, dwarfed by spectacular, snow-clad mountains.

Pre Cruise
– UK home Door-to-Door Service
– International flights to Montreal
– One night’s hotel stay in Montreal
– Charter flight to Churchill

– Food and Beverages
– Butler Service
– Shore excursions
– Expedition gear
– Unlimited wi-fi
– In-suite dining
– Onboard entertainment
– Onboard gratuities

Post Cruise
– Charter flight from Kangerlussuaq to London
– One night’s hotel stay in London Stansted
– UK home Door-to-Door service

**Please note the following itinerary is based on the 17th July 2023 departure. The following is provided as a sample and may be subject to change for other departure dates. The excursions are provided as a sample of what may be offered on this voyage and are subject to change.

Day 1 – Churchill, Manitoba

Day 2 – Churchill, Manitoba

Day 3 – Walrus Island and Marble Island

Day 4 – Coral Harbour, Nunavut

Day 5 – Digges Island, Nunavut

Day 6 – Cape Dorset

Cape Dorset is a small Inuit hamlet located on Dorset Island off the southern shore of Baffin Island. The traditional name for Cape Dorset is Kinngait (meaning “high mountain”) describing the ‘Cape’ which is actually a 800 foot mountain. This is a nature-lovers paradise with breath-taking landscapes and an amazing abundance of arctic wildlife such as migratory caribou seabirds whales seals and walruses.

Inuit Art & Culture Tour

Day 7 – Kimmirut

Kimmirut is a traditional Inuit hamlet of 455 people, located on the southernmost peninsula of Baffin Island, just across the Hudson Strait from mainland Québec. It is the southernmost community on Baffin Island.

Explore Kimmirut

Day 8 – Akpatok Island

Akpatok Island is a remote spot near the northernmost limits of the Labrador Peninsula. Steep and sheer limestone cliffs jut out of icy waters. Encased in snow and surrounded with sea ice in the winter months this uninhabited island lures huge amounts of wildlife most notably the world’s largest population of breeding Thick-billed Murres. Akpatok Island is also a favorite summer home for polar bears as they wait for the winter ice to form.

Akpatok Island

Day 9 – Lower Savage Islands

The Lower Savage Islands are a small group of islands off of the southeastern tip of Baffin Island, and a common location for polar bears to be found during the summer months.

Zodiac Cruise

Day 10 – Lady Franklin Island and Monumental Island

In the morning, visit the lonely and uninhabited Lady Franklin Island, which ies off of Baffin Island’s Hall Peninsula at the entrance to Cumberland Sound. The waters around Lady Franklin Island offer an abundance seabirds, ducks, seals, and walrus. With a bit of luck it is possible to see Atlantic Puffins here and perhaps even a rare Sabine’s Gull. In the afternoon, continue on the Monumental Island, which displays everything Nunavut has to offer, in an ocean studded with vast icebergs drifting across from Greenland.

Lady Franklin Island and Monumental Island
Zodiac Cruise

Day 11 – Day at sea

Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So, whether that is going to the gym, visiting the spa, whale watching, catching up on your reading or simply topping up your tan, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.

Day 12 – Nuuk

In the bustling capital city of Greenland, you could be forgiven for forgetting you are in such a vast and isolated country. Nuuk is Greenland’s economic and social hub, home to more than a third of Greenland’s population, and although it feels like a world capital, scratch the surface, and a uniquely Greenlandic character can be found underneath

Nuuk Cultural Historical Walk
Expedition Activities

Day 13 – Evighedsfjord

Evighedsfjord (Eternity Fjord) is a large fjord northeast of Kangaamiut in southwest Greenland. The fjord has a length of 75 kilometers and several branches with numerous glaciers coming down from the Maniitsoq Ice Cap to the north can be seen

Zodiac cruise

Day 13 – Evigheds Glacier & Kangaamiut

The Evigheds Glacier flows from the Greenland Ice Sheet, the second largest ice body in the world after the Antarctic ice sheet, to the west. It is a slow-moving tidewater glacier, meaning this valley glacier winds down through the coastal mountains to the ocean at a snail’s pace. In the late afternoon, arrive at Kangaamiut, a settlement which clings to the shoreline of Greenland’s Arctic Circle region, backed by some of the country’s most spectacular fjordlands.

Zodiac Cruise
Kangaamiut Open settlement
Expedition Activities

Day 14 – Sisimiut

Sisimiut (‘The People of the Fox Holes’) is Greenland’s second city, the largest Arctic City in North America, and a hub between the warmer South and the frozen North of the country. Most residents still live in the colourful wooden houses Greenland is so well known for. Sisimiut’s vast back country offers excellent opportunities for hiking and fishing, and the locals often use sled dogs or snowmobiles to get around their vast mountainous playground during the long winters.

Sisimiut Town Walk

Day 15 – Kangerlussuaq

Kangerlussuaq is a settlement in western Greenland in the Qeqqata municipality located at the head of the fjord of the same name (Danish: Søndre Strømfjord). It is Greenland’s main air transport hub and the site of Greenland’s largest commercial airport. The Kangerlussuaq area is also home to Greenland’s most diverse terrestrial fauna, including muskoxen, caribou, and gyrfalcons.

Sailing to both poles, Silversea’s newest ship redefines the meaning of ultra-luxury expedition cruising. Her PC6 ice-class rating is one of the highest in the industry, while her state-of-the-art equipment and exploration technology offer one of the most advanced expedition experiences ever. Silver Endeavour introduces a new era in ultra-luxury expedition cruising and brings the remote and remarkable to you in hallmark Silversea comfort.

Silversea’s oceanview suites are some of the most spacious in luxury cruising. All include the services of a butler thanks to the highest service ratio at sea and almost all have a private teak veranda so that you can breathe in the fresh sea air by merely stepping outside your door.

Choose from the following suites:

Classic Veranda Suite
Superior Veranda Suite
Deluxe Veranda
Premium Veranda
Silver Suite
Grand Suite
Owner’s Suite

– Mudroom
– Explorer Lounge
– Otium Spa
– Observation Lounge
– Beauty Salon
– Fitness centre
– Boutique
– Pool deck
– Library


Il Terrazzino
Enjoy Italy’s greatest dishes and authentic recipes in this new version of Silversea’s La Terraza concept

The Restaurant
The main dining venue offers regional specialities along with timeless culinary classics

The Grill
This indoor venue with a elegant class ceiling has a casual atmosphere, perfect for enjoying international meals throughout the day

The Dame
This restaurant pays homage to France’s cultural and gastronomic heritage

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