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Russian Company Offers the Shortest World Cruise
5.10.2011 13:50
Russian Company Offers the Shortest World Cruise
Icebreaker "50 Years of Victory"

If you are bored with life and want to make something extreme, just travel on an icebreaker to the North Pole.

      That is what "Poseidon Expeditions" company offers tourists. 

      Such world cruises to northern latitudes last only 12 days and can be hold from one to four times a year.

      The icebreaker “50 Years of Victory” takes on board 128 passangers for unforgettable impressions. 

      During the travel guests will have helicopter excursions with landing on the Arctic islands and archipelagos. The entertainment program includes the Neptune festival. The tourist group will be accompanied by members of the expedition team - the specialists in the field of glaciology, biology and history.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

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