11-Night Iceland & Greenland Expedition

Reykjavik to Kangerlussuaq Aboard the Atlas World Navigator

Aug 21 – Sept 1, 2024

From $7299 per person


August 21 - Reykjavik, Iceland Depart: 6:00PM
Reykjavik, Iceland

In the southwest of Iceland near Faxaflói Bay lies the capital of the country, Reykjavík, simultaneously cosmopolitan and charming. The colorful houses on the horizon create a quaint scene that will make you want to stay forever.Kaleidoscopic views await you at the Harpa Concert Hall, a glittering, glass structure that perfectly exemplifies Iceland’s modern design and will fascinate your inner architect. One of Iceland’s most prominent landmarks is Perlan, originally a group of hot water tanks that was converted to a building that now hosts an exhibition, planetarium, restaurant and observation deck, located atop Öskjuhlíð hill..

August 22 - Isafjordur, Iceland Arrive: 9:00AM Depart: 6:30PM
Isafjordur, Iceland

Amid the enchanting Westfjords of Iceland stands Ísafjörður, a fishing town thriving with local energy and culture. Summer months here are brisk, but it’s this cool climate combined with breathtaking and quaint scenery that makes the village feel like an undiscovered treasure. The massive depression among the flat-topped mountains called Naustahvilft – known colloquially as the troll seat – combines Iceland’s natural beauty with the town’s rich folklore. Make a stop at Dokkan Brugghús, the only brewery in the entire Westfjords, and sample the local beers, crafted with naturally filtered spring water from the nearby mountains. For those for whom the sea’s siren call beckons, you must visit the Westfjord History Museum, based on Ísafjörður’s maritime heritage and its rise in the fishing industry.

August 23 - Grundarfjordur, Iceland Arrive: 7:00AM Depart: 5:00PM
Grundarfjordur, Iceland

Amid the wondrous features of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula lies the small town of Grundarfjörður, home to fewer than 1,000 inhabitants. Its shining star of a landmark, Kirkjufell, translating to “Church Mountain,” beckons explorers to come and discover the beauty of Iceland. Together with the mountain, a three-pronged waterfall called Kirkjufellsfoss creates an exquisite scene straight out of fantasy. Taking a walk through the center of town, you will come across an orca on land. It’s actually a sculpture created by Unnsteinn Guðmundsson and it was modeled after Thunderstorm the orca, a male whale who often greets visitors during whale watching tours.

August 24 - At Sea
At Sea

Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

August 25 - Prince Christian Sound - Captain’s Choice
Prince Christian Sound – Captain’s Choice

Along the southern edge of Greenland sits the awe-inspiring Prince Christian Sound, also known as Prins Christian Sund. Snow-capped mountains on the horizon and borders of glaciers and icebergs make this a stunning waterway to navigate on an expedition. You may possibly make a landing in the tiny village of Aappilattoq, home to fewer than 100 people living in the colorful, yellow, red and blue, Nordic-style houses. Around the sound wildlife is abundant, with frequent sightings of fin, minke and blue whales, as well as bearded and ringed seals.

CAPTAIN’S CHOICE – Captain’s Choice landings add to the sense of exploration and an element of surprise. Your ship’s Captain takes you to the best areas for wildlife viewing and expertly navigates to remote and hidden landings for a more intimate destination immersion. All Antarctica expedition itineraries are subject to change based on weather conditions to ensure a safe expedition.

August 26 - Narsarsuaq, Greenland Arrive: 9:00AM Depart: 1:00PM
Narsarsuaq, Greenland

As a gateway to South Greenland’s Norse ruins of Qassiarsuk and having played an important role among the Allies of World War II, Narsarsuaq holds a rich history. Home of the Greenland Arboretum, find lush hiking trails resplendent with Greenlandic wildflowers in the summer. These paths lead to viewpoints overlooking glaciers that make for a stunning scene. Nearby sits another small town, Igaliku, where you find another old Norse settlement but a more tranquil scenery away from the crowds. From Narsarsuaq you may access the Greenlandic Ice Sheet by way of the Flower Valley.

August 27 - Nuuk, Greenland Arrive: 2:30PM Depart: 10:00PM
Nuuk, Greenland

The capital of Greenland, Nuuk, sits in the fjord system of the same name best known for humpback whales, waterfalls and icebergs. This unique city contains mountains and expansive backcountry on one side and a thriving metropolitan on the other, filled with culinary experiences, museums and fashion boutiques. Hiking, stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking can be found most anywhere for more active explorers. Nuuk’s cultural center Katuaq displays architectural prowess with a building designed to mimic the waves of the Aurora Borealis. You may find an opportunity to fish for cod or redfish and have it cooked for you at the gourmet restaurant Qooqqut Nuan.

August 28 - At Sea
At Sea

Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

August 29 - Ilulissat, Greenland Arrive: 8:00AM Depart: 10:00PM
Ilulissat, Greenland

Within the popular Disko Bay sits Ilulissat (Greenlandic for “icebergs”) and its UNESCO-listed Icefjord. The image of pure white, monolithic icebergs surrounding the colorful houses of the town invites you to traverse these wondrous lands. You may find an opportunity to kayak amid the icebergs as the Midnight Sun sits on the horizon, appearing as an eternal sunset. Navigating Disko Bay, Greenland’s largest bay, you’re likely to catch sight of a beluga or bowhead whale, or perhaps even a narwhal. You can see them up close sitting just 30 feet above the waterline from Water’s Edge while keeping warm with heated seating..

August 30 - Eqi Glacier (Disko Bay), Greenland Arrive: 8:00AM Depart: 6:00PM
Eqi Glacier (Disko Bay), Greenland

Within Greenland’s famed Disko Bay you find the awe-inspiring Eqi Glacier. The mesmerizing blue ice shelves inspire a sense of wonder. Often referred to as the Calving Glacier – as it is one of the country’s most active glaciers – if you explore Eqi you’re likely to see chunks of calving ice fall from the mass and into the water with a resounding crack. Lying only about 50 miles north of Ilulissat, you’re also surrounded by towering icebergs upon navigating the glacier.

August 31 - At Sea
At Sea

Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

September 1 - Kangerlussuaq, Greenland Arrive: 8:00AM
Kangerlussuaq, Greenland

Surrounded by a UNESCO-listed hinterland and the second-largest ice shelf in the world, Kangerlussuaq is filled with breathtaking landscapes of glaciers, crevasses and blue meltwater lakes. Take a possible trek to the remote Russell Glacier, where herds of musk oxen roam free, the Arctic Circle Trail hike begins and you may witness the ice calving with a mighty crack. Back in town at the Kangerlussuaq Museum you find a look at the town’s modern history, as well as that of the Inuit, the indigenous peoples of the area. For scientific minds, discover the Kellyville Kangerlussuaq research facility..

North America Departure Date is August 20th

Pricing based on Double Occupancy

B2 Veranda – $8529 per person

B1 Veranda – $8529 per person

A2 Horizon – $8529 per person

A1 Horizon – $8529 per person

E2 Veranda Deluxe – $9337 per person

E1 Horizon Deluxe – $9479 per person

JS Journey Suite – $10,762 per person

DS Discovery Suite – $11,237 per person

NS Navigator Suite – $11,949 per person


SO Solo Accommodation – $10,524

AO Adventure Accomodation – $14,324

Price Includes

  • 11 Nights cruise aboard Atlas World Traveller
  • All Meals & Premium Beverages Onboard
  • All Zodiac Landings
  • A Winter Expedition Parka
  • Government Taxes & Fees
  • $200 Onboard Credit Per Stateroom

Price Does Not Include

  • Some additional excursions (kayaks, paddleboards, etc)
  • Travel Insurance

Optional Excursions – It is a good idea to reserve these well in advance as space is limited and they tend to sell out.

Sea Kayaking – $350 per person – Glide through the crystal waters at eye level with marine wildlife.  You’ll be guided by one of Atlas’ seasoned Expedition team on a kayak excursion when weather permits

Paddling – $75 per person – Similar to kayaking, but in an inflatable canoe with a wider base for added stability.  You’ll be guided by one of Atlas’ seasoned Expedition team on a kayak excursion when weather permits

Standup Paddleboarding – $75 per person – Explore the waters from atop your standup paddleboard.  You’ll be guided by one of Atlas’ seasoned Expedition team on a kayak excursion when weather permits.  

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The Atlas Experience Onboard

The Atlas Experience Ashore


Adventurers like you expect every comfort and the time to savor every moment.
That’s why we offer thoughtful extras to provide an All-Inclusive Luxe-Adventure Experience.

Exceptional culinary adventures with five included onboard dining options

Unlimited premium pours to share with like-spirited travelers

Luxurious L’OCCITANE bath amenities, personalized in-room bar service and more in every accommodation

Prepaid gratuities and more


World Navigator features three decks of guest accommodations, totaling 98 suites and staterooms that range in size and
spaciousness to suit your priorities. All feature cinematic ocean views. Nearly all include balconies. And the interior
décor is selected with a designer’s eye. Enjoy the perfect balance of rugged days and indulgent nights on board World Navigator.
All Staterooms Include: Private Juliet or walkout balcony or ocean views, queen bed, elegant private marble bath, a walk-in glass shower
with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, walk-in closet and wardrobe or single closet, flat-screen TV,
and state-of-the-art “infotainment” system.

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Deck Plan


• Every luxe-adventure expedition is a bon voyage with details that make guests feel right at home
• Chilled champagne welcome in suites • Fresh-cut flowers

• Permission to indulge and luxuriate on board with supreme amenities • L’Occitane bath products
• Terrycloth robe and slippers

• Never lift a finger with singular attention designed to give guests the easiest journey ever
• Turndown service and treats every night • Butler service in suites • Twice-daily housekeeping service

• Careful considerations available in every suite and stateroom • Standard wireless
internet service around the entire ship • 24/7 room service* • Nightstands equipped with
the necessary tech (110/220 voltage + 5 USB ports)

* 24/7 room service available for all guests. However, these services may be limited during peak dining times for stateroom accommodations.

DEPOSITS/FINAL PAYMENTS: A deposit of $1000 per person, or $1500 per person for suites, is due with reservation. You may use a credit card. Final payment is due no later than April 1, 2024. All fares are subject to fuel/tax increases.  We will need a copy of your proof of citizenship and birthdates for each passenger.  


If cancelled 120 to 91 days prior to sailing, a 25% Cancellation Penalty is assessed.

If cancelled 90 to 76 days prior to sailing, a 50% Cancellation Penalty is assessed.

If cancelled 75 to 46 days prior to sailing, a 75% Cancellation Penalty is assessed.

If cancelled 45 to 0 days prior to sailing, a 100% Cancellation Penalty is assessed.

Please understand that vendors are very strict with regard to cancellation.  No exceptions can be made. If you are not an American Citizen, you are responsible to have proper documentation.  Failure to do so may result in being denied boarding.

Legal full names must be given as stated on passports. (No nicknames).

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: YOUR REQUIRED PASSPORT MUST BE VALID 6 MONTHS AFTER THE RETURN OF YOUR CRUISE. “PASSPORT CARDS” ARE NOT VALID FOR OVERSEAS TRAVEL. If you are not an American Citizen, you are responsible to have proper documentation to enter any of the ports of call. Failure to do so may result in denied boarding. If you reside outside of the US or Canada, please check with your consulate to see if you need a visa or visas. If you do not have proper paperwork, you could be denied boarding. A good resource is www.cibt.com. Please be diligent as Norwegian must abide by government rules and we do not want you to miss your cruise.

INSURANCE: Cancellation insurance is highly recommended. Insurance information will be provided to you. If you have not been given an insurance application, please call our office immediately. Please read the information brochure carefully and call us to book your insurance.

RESPONSIBILITY: SHARON CARR TRAVEL is not the source or supplier of the travel services included in this package and they act solely as an agent for the actual suppliers of such service and assume no liability for providing the travel services purchased. SHARON CARR TRAVEL will not be liable regarding provision of medical care or the adequacy of any care that may be rendered. Acceptance of the Tour Contract will serve as a Release of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement. This agreement is binding on your heirs, legal representatives and assigns. SHARONCARRTRAVEL is not liable or responsible for any client who has not pro- vided proper documentation to enter the countries listed on the booked itinerary. If, for some reason, a trip must be rescheduled due to any of the above reasons, participants are bound by the new dates of travel, and can only obtain a refund if insurance has been purchased and insurer is contractually bound. SHARON CARR TRAVEL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR WEATHER-RELATED OR MECHANICAL DELAYS. Any out of pocket expenses caused by airline delays are the sole responsibility of the client and any refunds due are at the sole discretion of the airline. Client must contact the airline directly for any reimbursement. Once again, INSURANCE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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