Out of the Northwest Passage

Adventure Canada

Out of the Northwest Passage

September 11-26 2016

Join me on this epic voyage as we trace the route of the infamous Northwest Passage. This voyage has it all, from seabirds and whales, to icebergs larger than the ship, and northern lights so intense you can hear them. The history, geography, and scenery, along this 2600 nautical mile expedition is so inspiring its difficult to describe. Let the pictures speak for themselves. I will be aboard as Adventure Canada’s resource photographer, guiding anybody interested in taking photographs that I know they will treasure for years to come.

The journey begins with a charter flight from Edmonton to Kugluktuk, where we board the Ocean Endeavour and set “sail” on an eastward route through the Queen Maud Gulf, where Franklin’s ship Erebus was discovered, before heading north to the spectacular bird cliffs of Prince Leopold island. Our last Canadian destination is Grise Fjord, the northernmost civilian settlement in Canada, located on the southern shore of Ellesmere Island. Crossing Smith Sound, through the September pack-ice, we then travel to Qaanaaq, the northernmost civilian settlement in the world, before heading south along the western shore of Greenland toward Illulissat Icefjord, the most active glacier in the northern hemisphere, calving twenty tons of ice each year. Please contact me or Adventure Canada if you are interested in joining this voyage.