ADVENTURE CANADA WRAPS UP 25TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON FULL OF NEW ARCTIC DISCOVERIES AND UNPARALLELED EXPLORATION
Greenland’s underwater canyon, Kap York archeology and rare Bottlenose whales among season’s discoveries
After 25 years of Arctic exploration, Adventure
Canada continues to discover something new and novel with each sailing, proving
the Arctic is still widely unexplored. This past summer, while scientists found
a colossal canyon -- rivaling the Grand Canyon in length – under Greenland’s ice
sheet, Adventure Canada guests and guides were busy making their own
discoveries, including several undocumented archeological sites, encountering
extremely rare wildlife and visiting new areas of the North with every
“The Arctic is full of surprises,” says Cedar Swan, Adventure Canada Vice President. “We’ve had an incredible 25 years and I’m grateful we had the opportunity to share and participate in unprecedented discoveries every step of the way.”
Guests were also treated to new onboard experiences, such as the “First Annual North of Sixty Adventure Canada Marathon Extravaganza” where voyagers competed in a race around the ship. With Adventure Canada, it’s about making the most of your Arctic journey, on and off the ship.
To book for 2014 and for more information, please visit www.adventurecanada.com or call 1.800.363.7566.
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