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  • Polar bears have transparent hair, black skin, black tongues, and are the largest terrestrial predators on earth.

  • "The secret to success is to do what you love." - Dr. Tom Smith, rifle master and naturalist, AKA Chuck Norris of the Arctic

    Tom is one of the most fascinating guys I have ever met and has some incredible stories that include traveling solo through the Arctic for 2 years on a single journey, living and hunting with the Inuit community, and saving a polar bear's life by punching it in the face.

  • Kronebreen glacier moves with an average speed of 2 meters per day and has some of the most vivid blues I have ever seen in the wild

  • A mountain peak emerges from the clouds at Inglefieldbreen

  • A humpback whale spotted near the bow of our ship

  • Hornsund

  • On our way to the pack ice, less than 600 miles away from the North Pole

  • Midnight Sun

    The sun doesn't set in the Arctic from May to August

  • The bird cliffs at Diskobukta

  • The Arctic fox is well adapted to living in cold environments, and has thick fur which is brown in summer and white in winter.

  • The Arctic tern has the longest migration known in the animal kingdom. They migrate between the Arctic and Antarctic regions and have annual roundtrip lengths of about 44,300 miles.

  • The Art of Flight

    Incoming kittiwake

  • An old trapper hut built in 1902 at Kapp Lee

  • Jousting walruses

  • Polar bears have transparent hair, black skin, black tongues, and are the largest terrestrial predators on earth.

  • "The secret to success is to do what you love." - Dr. Tom Smith, rifle master and naturalist, AKA Chuck Norris of the Arctic

    Tom is one of the most fascinating guys I have ever met and has some incredible stories that include traveling solo through the Arctic for 2 years on a single journey, living and hunting with the Inuit community, and saving a polar bear's life by punching it in the face.

  • Kronebreen glacier moves with an average speed of 2 meters per day and has some of the most vivid blues I have ever seen in the wild

  • A mountain peak emerges from the clouds at Inglefieldbreen

  • A humpback whale spotted near the bow of our ship

  • Hornsund

  • On our way to the pack ice, less than 600 miles away from the North Pole

  • Midnight Sun

    The sun doesn't set in the Arctic from May to August

  • The bird cliffs at Diskobukta

  • The Arctic fox is well adapted to living in cold environments, and has thick fur which is brown in summer and white in winter.

  • The Arctic tern has the longest migration known in the animal kingdom. They migrate between the Arctic and Antarctic regions and have annual roundtrip lengths of about 44,300 miles.

  • The Art of Flight

    Incoming kittiwake

  • An old trapper hut built in 1902 at Kapp Lee

  • Jousting walruses