Embark in Kangerlussuaq and cruise through the Sondre Stromfjord – one of the world’s longest fjords.
Calling at Sisimuit town and perhaps meet traditional Greenland kayakers.
Experience the ultimate icebergs in Ilulissat and Jaconshavn Icefjord.
Depending on middle ice, sail across Baffin Bay towards Baffin Island. Day 6: See ice cliffs and make shore (depending on conditions) on Northeast Baffin Island.
Immerse yourself in Inuit culture in the town of Pond Inlet.
Explore the diversity of wildlife to be found in Lancaster Sound and Devon Island.
Absorb the history of early expeditions on Beechey island, see hundreds of thousands of birds at the Prince Leopold Island sanctuary.
Ice permitting, visit Inuit archaeological sites at Fort Ross and hunt out seals and bears in the Bellot Strait.
Visit Paseley Bay for hill hiking over Larson Sound. Day 12: Land on King William Island to discover the fate of the Franklin Expedition.
Explore Cambridge Bay – a former centre for hunting and fishing, Inuit camps and historic expedition remains.
Go kayaking, Zodiac cruising or hiking at Johanssen Bay, Coronation Gulf. Day 15: Drop anchor and go ashore at Kugluktuk, ready to board homeward flights.
It was a great experience and now I have dipped my toes in the Ultimate waters I shall be back for more.- JE, October 2014