5 September 2022
Breakfast, lunch and dinner including beverages* in Restaurants Aune and Fredheim
A stay in a cabin of your choice
À la carte Restaurant Lindstrøm included for suite guests
Complimentary tea and coffee
Complimentary Wi-Fi on board
Complimentary reusable water bottle
English-speaking Expedition Team who organise and accompany activities on board and ashore
Range of included activities
In-depth lectures and discussions hosted by experts on the Expedition Team
Full use of our Science Center, extensive library and advanced biological and geological equipment
Citizen Science programme where you can assist with live scientific research
Photography tips and techniques for capturing landscape and wildlife from our onboard professional photographer
Use of the ship’s hot tubs, panoramic sauna and indoor gym
Informal gatherings with the crew for daily briefings
Escorted landings with small expedition boats
Loan of boots, trekking poles and all equipment for activities
Complimentary wind and water-resistant expedition jacket
Expedition photographers on hand to assist you
Experience the Arctic wilderness of Iceland, Greenland and Canada
13-day expedition cruise from Iceland to the wilds of Greenland and Canada, via the Labrador and Newfoundland coasts.
Cross the Denmark Strait, Prins Christian Sund and the Northern Labrador coast to Canada’s wilderness in our sustainable hybrid-powered cruise ship .
Tour part of Torngat Mountains National Park and visit UNESCO site L’Anse aux Meadows, looking out for whales, moose, caribou and bears on the way.
Wild rugged landscapes
Starting in charming Reykjavik, we’ll sail the Denmark Strait to see the stunning summer landscapes of Greenland. We'll then cross Prins Christian Sund, before continuing to the natural beauty and glorious national parks of Canada.
Rich cultures and history
Explore Torngat Mountains National Park, a wildlife haven and the ancestral home of the Labrador Inuits. Encounter local culture in remote Makkovik and a reconstructed 1000-year-old Viking encampment in St Anthony. Your expedition ends in North America’s oldest city, St John’s.
The newest addition to our fleet will honor the heritage of her namesake – the Norwegian explorer, scientist, humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Fridtjof Nansen. Known for his innovations in Arctic expeditions, Nansen led the first crossing of Greenland on cross-country skis. He is perhaps most famous for his attempt to reach the geographical North Pole during the Fram Expedition (1893-1896).
Interestingly, after Nansen's Fram expedition, the ship was passed on to another great explorer who secretly planned an expedition to the South Pole - Roald Amundsen.
The stunning scenery will be reflected in a rich and comfortable interior design. Scandinavian materials from nature, such as granite, oak, birch and wool will be used to create relaxed and stylish cabins and public areas. All cabins are outside, 50 % will have private balconies, aft suites will feature private outdoor hot tubs with spectacular views.
MS Fridtjof Nansen's three restaurants will host a variety of dining options, with menus drawn from our rich Norwegian and Nordic tradition, as well as international cuisine and local inspiration.
All Cruise prices shown are in Australian Dollars and are per person per cabin twin share unless otherwise stated.
Single/Sole occupancy of cabins with more than one berth is at our discretion as single/sole use of multiple berth cabins will be limited. The price of your voyage or air package holiday arrangements was calculated using exchange rates quoted in the Financial Times Guide to World Currencies on 19.01.2018, Norwegian Kroner (NOK) 10.86; Euros 1.13. We reserve the right to change any of the prices quoted in this brochure although there will be no change within 30 days of your departure date. You will be advised of the current price of the voyage or air package holiday you wish to book before your contract is confirmed.