Viking has added three Arctic voyages to its 2025 collection.
The new itineraries, which range from 13 to 27 days, travel to the polar north in Canada and Greenland.
The 13-day Into the Northwest Passage itinerary sails round-trip from Nuuk in Greenland and calls at Ilulissat, Uummannaq, Pond Inlet and Sisimiut and includes eight tours.
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Prices start at £11,495.
Passengers on the 15-day Canada & Greenland Explorer itinerary will travel Toronto to Quebec, Newfoundland, Ivittuut, Paamiut, Kapisillit and Nuuk, participating in 11 included tours.
The lead-in price for the sailing is £11,695.
The longest of the new itineraries is the 27-day Canada & the Northwest Passage, which sails the whole Northwest Passage voyage, before calling at Newfoundland, Quebec and Toronto where it concludes.
Prices start from £20,995 including eight tours.
Torstein Hagen, Viking chairman, said: “From the time of Leif Eriksson and the original Vikings, Greenland and the Canadian High Arctic have fascinated intrepid explorers.
“Today, there is no better way to experience this pristine area of the world than from the comfort of our purpose-built expedition ships.”