Alaska and British Columbia – Inside Passage, Bears and Aleutian Islands (Northbound) on MS Roald Amundsen
This voyage takes you on a journey from Vancouver to Alaska’s Misty Fjords and Icy Bay, and the mixed heritage towns of Wrangell and Sitka. Spot bald eagles in the fishing village of Chignik Bay and other rare birds on the isolated islands of St. Paul and St. Matthew in the Bering Sea. We’ll also visit Katmai National Park to look for brown and black bears.
In 2019, Hurtigruten will add a brand new ship to its fleet: the MS Roald Amundsen. This state-of-the-art vessel will feature new and environmentally sustainable hybrid technology that will reduce fuel consumption and show the world that hybrid propulsion on large ships is possible.
MS Roald Amundsen is the first of two hybrid ships Hurtigruten will add to its fleet over the next few years, cutting emissions by sailing with electrical propulsion. Hybrid technology, combined with the advanced construction of the hull and effective use of electricity on board, will reduce fuel consumption and CO2-emissions on the ships by 20%. The building of these two ships represents the largest single investment in the history of Hurtigruten.
The future of maritime travel will be silent and emission free and the MS Roald Amundsen will lead the way toward a more sustainable way of traveling. Sailing on electrical power is not only a great benefit to the environment, but it will also enhance the impact of experiencing nature for the guests. “Imagine sailing silently along the ice edge in the Arctic or Antarctica, or along the banks of the Amazon. That is truly unique and exceptional,” says Hurtigruten CEO Daniel Skjeldam. The MS Roald Amundsen will be specially constructed for voyages in polar waters and serve as a comfortable base camp at sea – bringing adventurers from all over the world to the most spectacular destinations in the most sustainable way.
|3||Misty Fjords National Monument|
|9||Geographic Harbor / Kukak Bay / Kinak Bay|
|11||Unga Village, Alaska|
|12||Dutch Harbor / Unalaska|
|14||St. Paul, Alaska|
|15||St. Matthew Island, Alaska|