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  • Cruise to the remotest corners of the world
  • Enjoy some of the best wildlife-viewing in the world
  • 24 hours of sunshine in summer
  A visit to the remote Svalbard archipelago is a must if you’re planning an Arctic cruise. The Norwegian archipelago is one of the northernmost continuously-inhabited places in the world, called home by 2600 people. Most live in Longyearbyen, the capital, located on Spitsbergen, the largest island in the archipelago. There are plenty of amazing things to do in Svalbard - it’s cold and snowy for most of the year, meaning that any time is a good time to enjoy traditional ‘Arctic’ activities like snowmobile rides and husky safaris. In summer, Svalbard is one of the best places in the world for wildlife photography - plan a Svalbard cruise for the best chances to see polar bears, seals and walruses, as well as many species of whales. Other interesting Svalbard sights include Barentsburg, a semi-abandoned Russian mining town, the Global Seed Vault, where seeds from every corner of the world are kept, and Isfjord, a remote radio station. If you fancy something even more remote, why not make it all the way to Jan Mayen, a Norwegian meteorological station? Landscapes are the main drawcard of Jan Mayen - that, and the feeling of remoteness. Beyond there’s just Ultima Thule.   Why not add Svalbard and Jan Mayen to your Arctic cruise? Take a look at our listings below!

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