Victoria Island (Cambridge Bay, Nunavut Canada)
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Arctic - Antarctica
-29 °F / -33 °C
Victoria Island is part of an archipelago in Arctic Canada, located between the Canadian federal territories Nunavut and NWT (Northwest Territories). By land area (217291 km2 / 83897 mi2), the island is ranked world's 8th and Canada's 2nd largest. The list of "Canada top 10" largest islands (world rank in brackets) includes: Baffin Island (5), Victoria Island (8), Ellesmere Island (10), Newfoundland (16), Banks Island (24), Devon Island (27), Axel Heiberg Island (32), Melville Island (33), Southampton Island (34) and Prince of Wales Island (40). All of them (excepting Newfoundland - in Newfoundland-Labrador) are located in Nunavut-NWT.
Victoria Island is one Canada's Arctic territories along the Northwest Passage route. The island was included as port of call in the Northwest Passage itineraries of the following ships:
- Crystal Serenity - 32-days itinerary from Seward Alaska to NYC New York (2016, August 16 to September 16)
- Crystal Serenity - 32-days itinerary 32-days Seward to New York City (2017, August 15 to September 15)
- Seven Seas Navigator - 63-days itinerary from Miami Florida to Montreal Quebec (2017, June 17 to August 18)
Note: All Northwest Passage ship transits are assisted by a Canadian icebreaker or other support vessel with an ice-strengthened hull.
Victoria Island cruise terminal
Most cruise ships to Victoria Island Canada dock (anchor) at Cambridge Bay - port town on the southern coast. Smaller ships may also stop at Ulukhaktok - port town on the western coast.
Port Victoria Island cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Victoria Island, Cambridge Bay, Nunavut Canada. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
|26 August, 2023|
|MS Fridtjof Nansen|
|27 August, 2023|
|MS Roald Amundsen|
|27 August, 2023|
|31 August, 2023|