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Would you like to find out more about our expedition cruises? Below you find our recorded webinars and polar lectures. We hope they will inspire you to join one of our great adventures! 

Digital lecture – Greenland

To sail along Greenland’s spectacular coastline offers some of the most remarkable nature experiences. But what is it like to be on an expedition cruise in Greenland with a small, unique 12-passenger ship? Maybe you are wondering which places you can visit or what separates the east coast from the west coast? We believe that this digital polar lecture from October 2022 will give you a lot of answers and inspiration about our expeditions to Greenland. The presentation is be given by one of our Greenland expert and expedition leader, Gunilla Lindh.

Webinar – Svalbard the realm of the polar bear

Halfway between mainland Norway and the North Pole lies the realm of the polar bear – Svalbard. For more than two decades we have taken travellers on once-in-a-lifetime journeys through the magnificent wilderness. Today we call ourselves polar specialists. The very best part of our job is to share our passion and knowledge about our incredible polar regions. Therefore, we would love to invite you to watch this webinar recorded in November 2022! The presentation is be given by Niklas Nilsson, travel consultant and awarded nature photographer at PolarQuest.

Webinar – Svalbard

Let us invite you to watch our recorded webinar från February 2022 about the archipelago that holds a special place in our hearts: Svalbard! Learn more about this magical place, its fascinating wildlife, shifting seasons and remarkable stories of explorers, whose quest for the North Pole started in Svalbard. The presentation are given by Christian Engelke, Expedition leader at PolarQuest and Niklas Nilsson, travel consultant and photographer at PolarQuest.

Digital lecture – Antarctica

Join us to the world’s most remote continent, Antarctica. Would you like to find out more about our exciting expeditions to Antarctica? Then listen to our digital lecture where our knowledgeable expedition leader Adam Rheborg tells you more! The grand and beautiful Antarctic landscape leaves its visitors in awe. The continent and surrounding islands, Falklands Island and South Georgia are home to millions of penguins, seals and whales. We hope this lecture will inspire and spark your dream to visit this amazing place on earth.

Webinar – From Lofoten to Svalbard

On 1st December 2021, our Expedition Leader, Christian Engelke, took us on a digital cruise along the dramatic coastline of Northern Norway, passing by picturesque fishing villages and impressive fjords. We then made a stop at the seldom visited Bear Island, before reaching the trip's grand finale: Svalbard, a true pearl of the Arctic. This is a recording from that webinar.

Webinar – Springtime in Svalbard

Maybe you are dreaming of an expedition cruise in Svalbard, but do not know what month to go? Maybe you have been to Svalbard during the summer months, but are now eager to explore the Arctic spring? Or you may just want to be inspired and dream about beautiful snow-capped mountain peaks for a while? We believe that this recorded webinar from September 2021 with Niklas Nilsson, travel consultant and photographer at PolarQuest, will give you a lot of answers and inspiration and also explain why PolarQuest like this season so much.

Digital lectures – Svalbard

An expedition cruise to the realm of the polar bear, Svalbard with our small ships is a true adventure. Would you like to find out more about our polar expeditions? Then listen to our digital lecture about Svalbard, where our knowledgeable expedition leader Adam Rheborg tells you more! You can watch at home when it suits you best, and regardless of where you live. We hope it will inspire and spark your dream to visit this amazing place on earth.

Webinar – Antarctica in March

What is it like to visit Antactica in the month of March? In this recorded webinar from 27 April 2021 our popular expedition leader Adam Rheborg, takes us to the Falkland Islands, home to charming penguins and graceful albatrosses. Our next stop is the remote island of South Georgia, a wildlife haven said to have more wildlife per square metre than any other place on the planet. Adam tells us about whales such as humpback, fin and minke whale and finally we arrive to our most remote and isolated continent – Antarctica. Join us on this 45 min long adventure to this world of natural wonders!