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7 incredible ice destinations to visit on a superyacht

7 incredible ice destinations to visit on a superyacht

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Canadian arctic, Northwest Passage

For a historic voyage

The Northwest Passage is one of the best-known waterways in the world and famously a treacherous route. Fewer than 300 vessels have completed the passage, many of them with an EYOS Expeditions team onboard to show off the cultural and wildlife highlights of this iconic route.

“The Canadian arctic has some challenging conditions with heavy sea ice remaining in the channels between the islands even into late summer, which has historically made the Northwest Passage very difficult to navigate,” says Tim.

Last year HMS Erebus, which vanished under Sir John Franklin in 1845, was discovered by a team in the Northwest Passage.

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