Silversea Expedition Cruises To Utashud Island

Utashud Island

Three small islands form Utashud and seem to be the remnants of a former volcano raising 80 meters (262 feet) out of Vestinik Bay. Although the island is deprived of forest, fragments of giant petrified trees have been found on its shores. Utashud is one of the richest islands on the southeastern side of Kamchatka in terms of wildlife. The island is notable for its population of sea otters (up to 300 individuals). View more

In fact, native people from Kamchatka used to visit this island to hunt for sea otters, valuing the thick fur of their pelts. Steller’s Sea Eagles, brown bears, harbor seals, spotted seals, grey whales and at least 10 species of seabirds are known to frequent the islands.

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Seward (Anchorage), AK To Otaru
  • Russian Far East
  • Silversea Expeditions
  • Departure
    Jun 14, 2018
  • Duration
    17 Days
  • Ship
    Silver Explorer

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Otaru To Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky)
  • Russian Far East
  • Silversea Expeditions
  • Departure
    Jul 02, 2018
  • Duration
    12 Days
  • Ship
    Silver Explorer

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US$ 10,170 with
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