Great Canadian Travel Company Offers Greenland Cruises



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Sarfaq Ittuk ship in Greenland
The Great Canadian Travel Company this summer will operate 10-night Greenland voyages from July 2 to Aug. 27. Fares start at $3,785 per person, double occupancy, onboard the 249-passenger Sarfak Ittuk, Greenland’s primary intercommunity vessel.


The cruise starts with two nights in Reykjavik, Iceland, and three nights in Ilulissat, Greenland, which is north of the Arctic Circle in Disko Bay. Then travelers board the Sarfaq Ittuk to sail to Aasiat, Manitsoq, Sisimiut and Nuuk, the capital. After a two-night stay in Nuuk, guests will fly to Reykjavik for another night’s stay before catching flights back to North America.


The “Classic Greenland Coastal Voyage” includes round-trip airfare between Iceland and Greenland, three nights’ accommodation with breakfast in both Reykjavik and Ilulissat, two nights’ accommodation with breakfast in Nuuk, arrival transfer and one local tour in Iceland, and accommodation on board the ship in a twin berth cabin.  Airfare from North America to Iceland and meals other than breakfast daily are not included (the ship has a restaurant and lounge).