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G Adventures reveals 2022 Arctic and Norway cruises

Early release of 2022 Arctic and Norway Expedition programme offers ‘flexibility to our travellers‘, says Brian Young, managing director of G Adventures.

G Adventures has released its 2022 programme of Arctic and Norway departures on the 134-guest G Expedition.

The 12 new departures will run from May to September 2022 will explore the Norwegian Fjords and Arctic peninsula, and are now available to book now.

“The early release of our 2022 Arctic and Norway Expedition programme allows us to offer the best availability and flexibility to our travellers. With prices remaining fixed from our 2021 programme, the new trips will offer those looking to rebook Expedition tours affected by COVID-19 additional choice in departure dates and cabin styles, while supporting traveller desire to book new trips further in advance,” said Brian Young, managing director of G Adventures.

“To give travellers the confidence to book, we’ve included the Expedition departures in our Book with Confidence policy, which allows more flexibility when it comes to rebooking times, should they want to delay their trip,” Young added.

2022 Expedition departures include:

Cruise the Norwegian Fjords13 days, Tromsø to Edinburgh
Realm of the Polar Bear – 8 days, Longyearbyen to Longyearbyen
Arctic Highlights15 days, Longyearbyen to Reykjavik


G Adventures’ G Expedition: a first look

Sam Ballard took look around G Adventures’ only vessel, a small ice-class ship that takes guests on voyages to both the Arctic and Antarctic, back in 2019


With capacity for just 134 guests but boasting an expedition team of 14, the G Expedition is a small ship that packs a punch.

The vessel is currently the only ship in G Adventures’ expedition fleet, and as the small-group specialist continues to lead the way in purpose-led travel, it is no different on board its small, ice-class ship.

During a short call in Edinburgh, travel agents and members of the media were invited to have look around, with the crew having made local headlines that morning after embarking on a litter-pick nearby. (“They’re clearly not used to ships getting involved with that kind of thing,” says Susan Adie, who heads up the ship’s expedition team.)

The G Expedition was completely refurbished in 2009 and now takes G Adventures’ guests on voyages in both the Arctic and Antarctic, from 15-day Norwegian fjords and Arctic discovery cruises (from £7,199 per person) to 22-day Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica sailings (from £8,199 per person). The ship is in Scotland as it passes from pole to pole. Read more here

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