Northwest Passage

Travel the famed Europe-Asia sea route, where Franklin's Expedition remains lost to this day. Connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the Northwest Passage runs along Canada's far northern coast, through the Canadian Arctic archipelago and its 35,000 islands. Traveling from Europe, Quark passengers leave the Atlantic Ocean behind as we enter the Davis Strait, then Baffin Bay. From a relic Hudson's Bay Company trading post to three sombre grave markers for Franklin's men standing lonely on Beechey Island, the Northwest Passage has stories centuries old to tell.

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