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Cruises visiting Dodmansbugten (Greenland)


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In Gael Hamke Bay, you will sail towards Dodmansbugten, or “dead man’s bay”, in the south of Clavering Island. This is where the last Inuit settlement of Northeast Greenland was discovered around 1823. Here, you can still find typical trapper cabins like those described by the Danish explorer and writer Jørn Riel in his stories of the Arctic, humoristic accounts drawn from the dozens of years he spent exploring the fascinating lands of what is now the Northeast Greenland National Park. Further west, you will be able to discover the vestiges of the former Eskimonaes radio and weather station, captured by German troops during World War II to achieve control of the meteorological intelligence for the region.

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Reykjavík - Reykjavík
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
14 nights on board
Dates:
25/5/2023 to the 8/6/2023
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Reykjavík - Reykjavík
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
14 nights on board
Dates:
8/6/2023 to the 22/6/2023
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Reykjavík - Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Transfer + flight Longyearbyen/Paris
18 nights on board
Dates:
22/6/2023 to the 10/7/2023

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