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Home* Tri­plogs with pho­to gal­le­riesArc­tic 2017 → Sval­bard 07/27-2017/08/15

Svalbard with SY Arctica II, 2017

18 inten­se days in Spits­ber­gen, with a lot of rare landings in remo­te places, far from the trod­den path. Often, we went ashore whe­re other ships just pass in miles’ distance, if they get the­re at all – Coll­ins­od­den, Kved­fjord­buk­ta, Lady Fran­k­lin­fjord (with all 3 landings the­re), Engeløya, Bjørns­kau­buk­ta … to men­ti­on just a few names, which all have in com­mon that hard­ly anyo­ne will know them. But all of them are won­derful bits of arc­tic natu­re, hard­ly ever step­ped on by tou­rists. We were the­re! One of the high­lights on our list of rare landings was Ros­søya, the nor­t­hern­most land in Sval­bard – this time, we made it to the top!

We had gre­at wild­life obser­va­ti­on oppor­tu­ni­ties from bird cliffs and wal­rus­ses to polar bears, inclu­ding a stun­ning encoun­ter which remains unfor­gettable. Read more about it in the pages lin­ked up below and in the tri­plog (Ger­man only, sor­ry) – and of cour­se the pho­to gal­le­ries.

Click here for the tri­plog (Ger­man).

Pho­to album – Sval­bard with SY Arc­ti­ca II, 27 July-15 August 2017

  • Teil 1: Als die Son­ne noch schien

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