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PARTNER CONTENT FOR POLAR ROUTES


with National Geographic Ponant has partnered with National Geographic Expeditions for this nine- day trip from Tromso to the polar island of Spitsbergen. First passing Bear Island, home to hundreds of bird species, the vessel then sails via Norway’s ford-laced Sor-Spitsbergen National Park. Spitsbergen, which forms part of the Svalbard archipelago is spectacular. With on-board luxury, and wildlife ranging from whales to Arctic foxes, this is a journey to be savoured.


Spitsbergen


THREE MORE POLAR SAILINGS 1Pristine


2At the Genesis


Polar Expeditions Follow in the wake of the great explorers on this new 11-day cruise, focusing on the rugged east coast of Greenland. Departing from Reykjavik, you’ll sail west to reach Greenland’s icy coast. The voyage explores the mountainous Ammassalik region, where Captain Jean- Baptiste Charcot sailed, before moving north to the Blosseville Coast, named after the explorer Jules de Blosseville. As well as meeting local Inuit people, the trip offers the chance to spot polar bears.


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3Emblematic Antarctica


This 12-day expedition cruise is the classic way to experience Antarctica. Departing from Ushuaia, in Argentina, the ship spends two days crossing the Drake Passage before arriving at the Antarctic Peninsula. What follows is the chance to revel in the region’s epic landscapes, as well as the opportunity to see first-hand the extraordinary animals that make this continent their home. Expect mind- bending numbers of penguins, while stylish on- board hospitality adds even more to the experience.


THE SHIP


The trip to the Weddell Sea takes place on board the latest addition to Ponant’s fleet, Le Commandant-Charcot. As the first hybrid electric polar exploration ship to be powered by liquified natural gas, it’s a game-changer. The state-of-the-art vessel is designed to have minimal environmental impact. On-board comforts include an indoor pool, panoramic lounge, lecture theatre, restaurants and a Sothys spa, as well as just 100 cabins and suites. Shore excursions, meanwhile, take place on easy-to- board, 10-person rigid- inflatable boats. With its revolutionary design and luxury mindset, Le Commandant-Charcot is a polar exploration ship with a difference.


Essentials


Ponant sails to 100 countries with modern, environmentally friendly ships. Polar specialists, including biologists and glaciologists, are on board every exploration.


Polar Routes are the expedition cruise specialists who have gone to the ends of the earth and back again to bring you the best polar expedition cruises around.


For more information visit polarroutes.co.uk


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