Adventure Canada Launches New Brochure for 2017 Arctic Season

adventure canada 2017 brochureAdventure Canada has launched the new Expeditions 2016 & 2017 brochure highlighting expeditions to the Canadian Arctic, East Coast and Greenland and headlined by the company’s Northwest Passage departures. 

Celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary, the 198-passenger Ocean Endeavour will once again start its summer journey in Quebec City in 2017. The season begins with the Mighty Saint Lawrence voyage, one of National Geographic Traveller’s 50 Trips of a Lifetime. Next is the Sable Island expedition, the only travel itinerary featuring the mysterious 42-kilometer sand island off the coast of Nova Scotia. The Ocean Endeavour will then circumnavigate Newfoundland before sailing north up the coast of Labrador to Greenland. Explorations of the Inuit hamlets of Baffin Island and coastal Greenland follow, as will sailing to Nunavut’s northernmost National Parks and wildlife havens. The season finishes with two sailings of the company’s Canadian Signature Experience, The Northwest Passage.

Adventure Canada has partnered with WWF-Canada, joining the likes of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Explorer’s Club, Nikon Canada, the Royal Ontario Museum, and The Walrus Foundation.


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To kick off the season the company is offering an Early Booking Discount. Until September 30, 2016, guests who book a 2017 Ocean Endeavour expedition with Adventure Canada will receive a 15 percent reduction in the cost of their berth.


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