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This image shows the North-West Passage routes. The most southern route is the one commonly used by commercial vessel.
Iceberg Arche, Greenland West Coast.
NWPASSAGE – Peel Sound. NGExplorer & CCGS Pierre Radisson. Médium First Year ice in decay.
Polar bear, East Baffin, NU
Northern Lights, Foxe Basin, Nunavut, Canadian Arctic, Canada
Under Escort Fury & Hecla Strait, NU
NWPASSAGE, under escort in Franklin Strait in Médium First Year Ice.
Canadian Arctic, Fury and Hecla Strait, The Green Flash with a touch of Blue and Violet
Bellot Strait, Canadian Icebreaker, Pierre Radission, Northwest Passage, Canadian Arctic, Canada
Northern lights, NWPassage, Amundsen Gulf
Ice navigation, under escort, NWPassage
Canadian Arctic, Fury and Hecla Strait, Guests on Bow, Icebreaker Transit, Pierre Radisson
Arctic Sunset, Pack Ice, National Geographic Explorer, Baffin Island, Baffin Bay, Canadian Arctic, Canada
Fury & Hecla Strait, under escort early morning.
Ellesmere Island, Queen Elizabeth Islands, Canadian Arctic, Canada
Jesse Harbour, Prince of Wales Strait, Bank Island, NU
MV Soleal, NWPASSAGE
Crystal Serenity, NWPASSAGE
Crystal Serenity & Ernest Shackleton.
Glacier at Crocker Bay, Devon Island, NU
North West Passage - Franklin Strait with M/V National Geographic Explorer
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