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Cruise Peel Sound

Peel Sound is a 30 mile wide, 125 mile long channel separating Prince of Wales Island to the west and Somerset Island to the east. It was named in 1851 by explorer Vice Admiral Horatio Austin in honour of Sir Robert Peel, a former prime minister of Great Britain. Austin, however, was not the first person to sail through the sound. Five years earlier, in 1846, Sir John Franklin had passed through the strait, just before his ships became icebound. Peel Sound is not always open. View more

Several explorers, including Francis Leopold McClintock in 1858 and Allen Young in 1875, were unable to pass because it was blocked by ice.

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Kangerlussuaq A Kangerlussuaq
  • Arctic & Greenland
  • Silversea Expeditions
  • Partida
    ago 18, 2018
  • Duração
    16 Dias
  • Navio
    Silver Cloud Expedition

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