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Category Archives: Franz Josef Land (Russian Arctic)
Our last day in Franz Josef Land….as we headed back to Alexander Land to clear customs and immigration….three humpback whales cruised along with us. As is typical, we got mainly tails, fins and some blow holes. We also spotted a … Continue reading
Toward the end of our cruise, this 75,000 horsepower, Russian nuclear icebreaker on lease to the company that ran our trip met up with us. The I/B 50 Years of Victory is making three trips this year to the North … Continue reading
As I said in the first blog post, I signed on for this trip for several reasons. First, Franz Josef Land is a group of islands of which I’d never heard. I was intrigued by the thought of going that … Continue reading