Cruises in the Arctic Ocean
With a cruise through the Arctic Ocean you retire in a land of great natural phenomena, a unique "expedition" through the world of icebergs, fjords, rushing waterfalls and glaciers. You will see and experience a breathtaking contrasting nature - immersed in the colorful and vibrant arctic light at the "end of the world". Our cruise ships take you to the most beautiful and desolated islands in the world. You can see the wonders of the tundra, Norway’s fjords, the glaciers of Svalbard, elemental forces of the Earth in Iceland with its volcanoes and geysers and the North Cape, the unique northern turning point in Europe. The Arctic Ocean borders many interesting countries: Russia, Alaska, Canada, Lapland, to the Island of Greenland, Lapland, Norway and Svalbard. With the cozy comfort of a cruise ship, you will discover the secrets of the Arctic and the Arctic Ocean at its best. Whether it’s the quiet solitude of the Arctic Islands, Franz Josef Land, besieged by the frozen sea, the volcanic world of the Aleutian Islands, Spitsbergen with its mountain summits piercing the sky or the impressive metropolis of the White Sea. This cruise through the Arctic Ocean offers endless highlights. Now and then, it even offers the rare opportunity to drive through the legendary Northeast Passage with a high-powered icebreaker. The Northeast Passage is one of the least accessible seaways of all the oceans and to drive through this seaway, is one of the unique trips worthy of experiencing. Anyone who loves the unusual, this great cruise in the North Country through the Arctic Ocean is a unique experience. We guarantee an extra class vacation.
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In the Patriotic War of 1812, when Napoléon Bonaparte (1769-1821) marched towards Moscow with his "Great Army", the city lost two-thirds of its structure in a fireside - the inhabitants ignited their houses and fled the city. But in Moscow the French army came to a standstill. Here it was forced to return because of hunger and cold, which ended with its downfall. The Russian revolution from 1905 to 1907 seized the city in December 1905, when the Moscow workers turned from the political mass strike to the armed Insurrection. The economic and supply power in World War II continued to fuel social tensions. In 1917 during the February revolution tsar Nicholas II (1868-1918) was overthrown . In the same year, Lenin (1870-1924) led the October Revolution in Saint Petersburg, which led to the civil war between 1917 and 1922 and the takeover of the communist Bolsheviks in Russia.
In August 1991, Gorbachev wanted to sign a treaty for a new Soviet Union. In order to prevent this and to save the old union, some generals, government members and the head of the KGB initiated a coup attempt against the president on 19 August of the same year. After his failure two days later, four months later on December 25, 1991 Gorbachev resigned from his office as president. The date also marks the end of the first communist state.
In Paris, there are quite a few moorings for ships and ferries. The so-called Paris autonomous port is composed of all the port facilities of the Parisian metropolitan area, and that is a whole lot. It is one of the most important passenger ports in the world. You will take the ship to the central port of Port de l'Arsenal. From here, it is not far from the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Pompidou Center or the Bastille.
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- Alger-Insel, Franz-Joseph-Land, Anadyr, Sibirien, Anchorage, Appolonov-Insel, Franz-Joseph-Land, Arakamchechen, Russland, Archangelsk, Ayon, Sibirien, Bell Insel, Franz-Joseph-Land, Belyi-Insel, Bennett-Insel, Neusibirische Inseln, Big Diomede Island, Bogoslav Island, Kamtschatka, Champ-Insel, Franz-Joseph-Land, Chankliut Island, Chapoma, Crocker Bay, Nunavut, Einsamkeit Insel, Fort Conger, Ellesmere Island, Franz-Joseph-Land, Groswater Bay, Labrador, Hall-Insel, Franz-Joseph-Land, Helsinki, Herald Island, Hooker-Insel, Franz-Joseph-Land, Inchoun, Sibirien, Isachenko, Kirov-Inseln, Izvestiy-Insel, Jackson-Insel, Franz-Joseph-Land, Janrakynnot, Sibirien, Kamen, Kamtschatka Halbinsel, Kap Deschnjow, Sibirien, Kap Dezhnev, Sibirien, Kap Flora, Northbrook-Insel; Franz-Joseph-Land, Kap Heller; Wilczek-Land, Franz-Joseph-Land, Kap Kekurny, Kap Tegetthoff, Hall-Insel; Franz-Joseph-Land, Kap Tscheljuskin, Sibirien, Kap Vankarem, Koljutschino, Sibirien, Kolyuchin-Insel, Sibirien, Kolyuchinskaya-Bucht, Labrador, Lavrentiya, Sibirien, Ljachow-Inseln, Sibirien, Lorino, Sibirien, Medweschji-Inseln, Meynypilgyno, Morzhovets Island, Morzovaya Bucht, Kamtschatka, Moskau, Murmansk, Nagurskoye, Franz Josef Land, Naukan, Sibirien, Neusibirische Inseln, Neusibirischen Inseln, Nokolsoye, Nome, Nordpol, Northbrook-Insel, Franz-Joseph-Land, Nowaja Semlja, Orange Islands, Oslo, Paris, Pevek, Port Clarence, Prowidenija, Sibirien, Pyalitsa, Sewernaja Semlja, Shoyna, Solovetsky Insel, Stolbovoy Island, Stolichky-Insel, Franz-Joseph-Land, Tiksi, Tokio, Tschuktschen-Halbinsel, Uelen, Sibirien, Ushakova Cape, Wrangelinsel, Sibirien, Ushki, Vankarem, Sibirien, Victoria Island, Vise-Insel, Waigatsch-Insel, Whale Bone Alley, Yttygran, Wilczek-Land, Franz-Joseph-Land, Wilkizki-Insel, Wrangelinsel, Sibirien, Yanrakynnot, Yittigran, Sibirien, Zarubino, Zarya Halbinsel, Zayatskiye Island