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Adventure Canada Secures Access to HMS Erebus Site




Adventure Canada's Ocean EndeavourAdventure Canada, in an exclusive partnership this summer with Parks Canada, is striking out once more to the legendary wreckage site of the Franklin Expedition’s HMS Erebus as part of its iconic Into the Northwest Passage and Out of the Northwest Passage 2019 expeditions. (travelpress.com)

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Adventure Canada adds Variety Voyager to its Fleet



The Variety VoyagerWe are proud to present the latest addition to the Adventure Canada fleet, the M/Y Variety Voyager! Built in 2012, she guarantees guests’ safety with incomparable
comfort and elegance. She is built to impress with her sleek lines and ample deck space.

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Sedna Sea Women To Join Adventure Canada’s Arctic Safari 2018



Adventure Canada is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the Sedna Epic Expedition, an international team of women-ocean explorers, scientists, artists, educators and scuba diving professionals-whose mandate is to scout, document, and record disappearing sea ice in the Arctic.

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Adventure Canada: New Partnership With Slow Food



Slow Food Newfoundland Circumnavigation

Beginning with our Newfoundland Circumnavigation voyage this October, Adventure Canada will be working to incorporate Slow Food’s message of clean, healthy, fair food into our onboard programming and cultural visits.

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New Adventure Canada expeditions brochure



Cedar Swan, CEO, Adventure Canada: “We are proud to present our new expeditions brochure, outlining the next two seasons of exciting voyages with Adventure Canada. We’re running a special 10% Early Bird Savings incentive to help you get started–visit our website for more details about this promotion, and others.

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Adventure Canada Offers ‘Sense of Exploration’



The Ocean EndeavourPartnering with Parks Canada on deployment, the Ocean Endeavor will offer a 17-day “Out of the Northwest Passage” sailing later this year, with a notable stop to visit the HMS Erebus, which was in the area between 1839 to 1843, and abandoned after she became icebound. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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