Aurora Expeditions adds new itineraries and destinations to the 2023 Arctic & Global Season

   March 7, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

The Australian small-ship company Aurora Expeditions introduced its 2023 Arctic & Global season and accompanying 2022-2023 brochure, featuring a number of new itineraries and exploration of an entirely new region.

Aurora Expeditions (fleet) new Arctic & Global season includes 7 new and innovative itineraries. It marks the line’s first expedition to the Islands of the Atlantic, such as Cape Verde, the Azores, and the Canary Islands.

Other highlight itineraries feature Across the Arctic Circle, combining 3 worlds on one voyage from Scotland to Norway; the Northern Lights Explorer, offering the opportunity to witness the phenomenon of the Aurora Borealis; the Jewels of Coastal UK, discovering some of the most historically significant destinations like Lundy Island, Cornwall, the Pembrokeshire Islands in Wales.

Hayley Peacock-Gower, CMO of Aurora Expeditions said they were thrilled to launch their 2023 Arctic & Global season, featuring returning favourites and new itineraries and destinations demonstrating their "continued dedication to exploring the wildest and most remote reaches of the planet."

“We are especially delighted to add the Islands of the Atlantic to our expeditions for the new season, a region known for its exceptional biodiversity, wildlife encounters and rich culture and history.”

MV Polar Pioneer cruise ship

Other remote experiences featured in the brochure include cruises to Alaska, Baja California, Raja Ampat & West Papua, Scotland & Ireland, Costa Rica & the Panama Canal, Canada’s Northwest Passage, the European Arctic/Norway, as well as an extensive 2022-2023 season in Antarctica.

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