FOUND: One of the Franklin Expedition vessels

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One Ocean Expeditions’ Voyager was part of the successful search for the lost vessels of the Franklin Expedition. The vessel was found in Queen Maud Gulf and we’ll be right there in August 2015!  You’ll be travelling with members of the One Ocean Expeditions team that was on board with this year’s discovery.

                                                              Read all about the 2014 Victoria Strait Expedition 

 

North of the Arctic Circle

thumb-for-north-of-the-arctic-circleWe’ll be travelling eastward from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut through the historic Northwest Passage to Iqaluit. You’ll be where few have been: in the heart of the Arctic, stretching across countries, centuries of Inuit tradition and a vast diversity of landscapes and wildlife.

Our route: August 23 – September 5, 2015

 

The Akademik Ioffe

thumb-for-akademik-ioffeThe M/V Akademik Ioffe is a true expedition vessel; 1A ice-class rated, safe, stable, quiet and highly maneuverable. She is also modern, comfortable and offers top notch passenger areas. Highly rated by the most experienced polar travellers, the Akademik Ioffe is one of the finest ships on the polar seas today.

Click here to explore the M/V Akademik Ioffe

Our Team

thumb-for-our-teamOur expedition brings together university alumni and friends from across Canada on our exclusive charter.  Our on-board Resource Educators represent universities and leading Canadian institutions. Contact your university or Worldwide Quest directly for additional information and to secure your berth.

Click here for participating university contacts