Aurora Expeditions To Remote Coastal Regions

Aurora Expeditions™: Explore the Real World

Aurora Expeditions - 2022

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Just 4 Alaska sailings,
starting May 19, 2022 in Vancouver.

 Aurora Expeditions new ship, Sylvia Earle will make its debut in 2022. Set to launch in April 2022, the company is sending her to Alaska and Asia in her inaugural months! Named for marine biologist and oceanographer, Dr Sylvia Earle, the first female chief scientist of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration this vessel is a tribute to her marine conservation efforts.

The vessel is purpose built for expditions to the most remote destinations on the planet and features the Ulstein X-BOW, allowing the ship to cross oceans more comfortable and efficiently.

Accommodating just 130-140 expedition guests per voyage all cabins have ocean view, most are balcony cabins. The ship also features a modern lecture lounge, multiple observation areas, Zodiac launching platforms, a restaurant serving excellent meals, a gym and wellness center, Jacuzzis, a mudroom and many other amenities.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THESE AURORA EXPEDITIONS CALL 1-800-977-9705

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June 22, 2022 – July 8, 2022 – Aleutian Islands, 17 days from Anchorage Alaska to Tokyo Japan with fares from $12,830,.75 per person based on Aurora Stateroom Superior with the 20% early booking savings.

Explore deep fjords of the Alaskan Peninsula, where glaciers shed bergy bits and brown bears and cubs forage along the shores.

Island-hop the Aleutian chain of active volcanoes forming the Pacific Rim of Fire that separates the Pacific Ocean from the Bering Sea.

Zodiac cruise in mist-shrouded coves, where colonies of Steller sea lions roar, humpback and gray whales blow, sea otters mesmerise and outcrops hold breeding colonies of puffins, auklets, terns, guillemots and dozens of other species.

Enjoy tundra walks amongst wildflowers adding colour to smoking volcanoes. Explore abandoned military outposts where Japanese and U.S military forces clashed in World War II.

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June 10, 2022 – June 23, 2022 – Alaska Odyssey, 14 days from Vancouver to Anchorage Alaska with fares from $9916.00 per person based on Aurora Stateroom Superior with the 20% early booking savings.

Spend two days exploring spectacular Prince William Sound with its countless fjords, abundant tidewater glaciers and superb wildlife.

Experience Alaska’s iconic glaciers, including South Sawyer, Baird, Hubbard, and Mendenhall.

Visit the Metlakatla Indian Community and learn about their ancient culture and admire their unique, locally hand-carved totem poles.

Explore the islands around Icy Strait, which offer the possibility of superb wildlife viewing. Keep watch for wildlife such as orca, coastal brown bears, Steller sea lions and many bird species.

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May 19 , 2022 – May 31, 2022 - Alaska Adventure, 13 days from Vancouver to Sitka Alaska with fares from $8476.00per person based on the Aurora Stateroom Superior with the 20% early booking savings.

Visit the Metlakatla Indian Community, Annette Island, where you can learn about their ancient culture and admire their unique, locally hand-carved standing totem poles.

Look for iconic Alaskan wildlife including, bears, eagles and salmon in Tongass National Forest – the largest in the US, covering most of south–east Alaska – and famous wilderness areas such as Misty Fjords National Monument and Tracy Arms-Ford Terror Wilderness.

Discover Haines’ famous hiking trails.

Zodiac cruise, kayak or explore the shorelines of the islands around Icy Strait, which offer the possibility of superb wildlife viewing. Keep watch for wildlife all-stars such as orca, brown bears, Steller sea lions and many bird species.

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May 30, 2022 – June 11, 2022 - Alaska Adventure & Haida Gwaii, 13 days Sitka Alaska to Vancouver with fares from $8921.25 per person based on Aurora Stateroom Superior with the 20% early booking savings.

Explore the estuaries and tide flats along the Dean River Channel, where grizzly bears are known to gather in their greatest numbers.

Spend three days in Haida Gwaii, where Haida residents share stories about their history and culture, and look for wildlife on Zodiac cruises or while hiking through lush temperate forest.

Explore the islands around Icy Strait for superb wildlife-viewing opportunities by Zodiac-cruising, kayaking or shoreline exploration while keeping watch for iconic wildlife such as orca, brown bears, Steller sea lions and countless birds.

Experience Tongass National Forest, the largest forest in the U.S covering most of southeast Alaska and encompassing famous wilderness areas such as Misty Fjords National Monument and Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness.

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