“Jacob and I enjoyed the trip on board
M/S Stockholm very much. It was truly an incredible
experience. Our guide was very helpful and qualified.
He was always pleasant and willing to answer
questions for everyone.”
Blair & Jacob Briggs
”Our trip was faultless, everything was so well
organised, and every person so pleasant. We have
travelled a lot, to over 80 countries in the world,
with different companies, but yours “PolarQuest”
certainly came out the top, yes you are our no. 1
Janet & Eddie Brown
”To say that everything was great would be an
understatement... The ship, the people, the food
(tons of it) the scenery and the wildlife were all
magnificent. The level of professionalism and the
quality of the whole product was of the very highest
standard... absolutely first class!”
“I want to thank you for the fabulous trip to Svalbard. It far exceeded my expectations of this polar region. We had wonderful sightings of polar bear, reindeer, walruses, an arctic fox, harp seals, bearded seals, humpback whales, many sea birds and arctic flowers.
“The Circumnavigation of Spitsbergen in July was a superb experience, way above expectations and worth every one of the pounds that I spent on it. I would love to go again to the Ice but could it ever be so wonderful?”
"We have just come back from Svalbard and have had the most wonderful time! It passed our wildest dreams. Thank you to everyone who helped us to organise it.The whole holiday from booking to going and being there has been excellent.
David & Jackie March
PolarQuest has arranged small ship expedition cruises to the Antarctica and the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard since 1999. All trips focus on unique wildlife encounters and spectacular nature. On all our trips you are accompanied by experienced guides all with a genuine love for the Polar Regions.
The world’s most remote continent, Antarctica has lured explorers such as Shackleton, Nordenskjöld and Amundsen into its enticing web. Read more about our two expeditions on board the comfortable expedition ship Akademik Ioffe 2015.