On the occasion of the launch of their 2014 Arctic Voyages, Peregrine has announced a special discount of 25% for all bookings done before July 31st, 2013. Peregrine offers a combination of some of the most enchanting destinations in Arctic such as Spitsbergen, Iceland, Greenland, the Canadian Arctic and the North Pole. Along with these established and already popular destinations Peregrine is now offering three new itineraries.
Speaking on the occasion, Ken Ismail, Head of Operations of Peregrine said that the company is happy to be able to increase the bouquet of offerings, giving their customers a much wider range of choices so far as their arctic adventures are concerned. These lands are one of the most hostile on the face of the Earth, yet they are mesmerizing and enchanting to the extent they are beautiful. It is this unique mix of beauty and intimidation that makes the Arctic a hot destination among adventure seekers. Peregrine’s latest 25% discount is going to, hopefully, inspire a lot more people to enjoy this beautiful lands.
First of the three new itineraries is the 16-day Greenland to Churchill voyage, which has as its highlights polar bears and walrus and a visit to the local Inuit communities. The voyage will also take the passengers on a trip to Greenland and then to Canada’s famous North-West passage.
The Greenland and Canada’s High Arctic voyage is a 13-day cruise which travels to Illulissat, a UNESCO world heritage site glacier as well as to the BeechyIsland, which was the site used for landing by the Franklin Expedition. Incidentally, it is arguably the most important landmark in all of the Canadian Arctic.
The last new addition to Peregrine’s 2013 Arctic itinerary is the Baffin Island Explorer via Fury and Hecla voyage. It is a 13-day voyage through the high Arctic, a place where few men have ever put their feet.
Apart from the above three new voyages, Peregrine also has its popular old voyages including the 11-day Spitsbergen Explorer cruise around Svalbard archipelago and of course the 14-day Spitsbergen, East Greenland & Iceland voyage.
Mr.Ismail also added that Peregrine has acquired a new ship, The Sea Explorer, as a part of its expansion plan. The ship was built in 1991 and had a refit back in 2004 in Norway. This is a ship that comes with an incredible reputation as a mark of luxury and comfort on high seas and is meant for guests who are looking for some extra room and a bit more comfort while exploring.
The Sea Explorer can accommodate a total of 111 passengers for a fantastic experience cruising in these waters. Every cabin on-board has stunning views and en suite facilities. Additionally the ship is served by a fleet of Zodiac boats which facilitates convenient transfers to the shore and for sea-adventures by interested passengers. Passengers aboard the ship can also enjoy some fine dining experience plus all the comforts that they need to make their Arctic voyage a memorable one.