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Latitude 90° north and around 430 miles from the nearest landmass… Who amongst us hasn't at one time or another dreamt of one day travelling to the very end of the world? A theatre of dreams, myths and human and technological exploits, but also, and since ancient times, of tragedy, the North Pole has always fascinated and intrigued. How many are the explorers who've attempted to reach the Geographical North Pole? Credit must finally go to Jean-Louis Étienne, who in 1986 became the first person to reach the North Pole alone, on skis. Embark for a cruise to the North Pole and you too can live this extraordinary adventure.

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Nome, Alaska - Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
FLIGHT SEATTLE/NOME + TRANSFERS + FLIGHT LONGYEARBYEN/PARIS
20 nights on board
Dates:
6/9/2024 to the 26/9/2024
Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen - Reykjavík
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Flight Paris/Longyearbyen + Transfer
16 nights on board
Dates:
26/9/2024 to the 12/10/2024
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To embark on a North Pole cruise is to become one with the fabled history of polar exploration and live a sailing experience unlike anything else on the planet, pushing back the boundaries of the known world. As the ship makes its way slowly through the Arctic ice to reach this famous point, the immensity of the drifting ice pack reveals itself in all its glory: a luminous landscape of constantly changing shapes and reflections inhabited by an exceptional range of wildlife.


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All about the North Pole

In the race to explore the planet, the North Pole for a long time remained unreachable, despite numerous attempts to get there. Though Amundsen was the first to reach the South Pole on foot in 1911, it would not be till 1925-1926 that he was able to even fly over the North Pole, in an airship! Reaching the legendary North Pole on foot or by boat were feats not achieved until much later… A look back at more than 400 years of history.


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