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Setting sail from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
Petropavlovsk is the main city on Russia's remote and wild Kamchatka peninsula, a hardy place where bleak Soviet tower blocks stand in the shadow of two giant volcanoes and a ridge of snow-capped mountains. It's a spectacular setting, and the city serves as the main gateway for exploring Kamchatka's otherworldly landscapes and incredible wildlife.
United States: Attu Island, Kiska Island, Adak
United States: Dutch Harbor
Dutch Harbor is the port that serves the city of Unalaska, and is known for the hardy fishermen who brave the turbulent, icy seas off the Aleutian Islands. Points of interest include the remains of defensive fortifications built during the Second World War and the striking Russian Orthodox church.
United States: Unga Island
United States: Geographic Harbor
Geographic Harbor is situated in Alaska’s stunning Katmai National Park, and is known for its large brown bear population. As you approach the shore you might spot the bears foraging for clams and crabs when the tide goes out, or fishing for salmon in the mountain streams.
United States: Kenai Fjords National Park, Yakutat Bay, Inian Islands
Arriving in Juneau
Alaska's state capital is isolated and remote, accessible only by plane or by boat thanks to its dramatic hillside location. The wild hinterland is thick with forest, sculpted by the glaciers of the Juneau Ice Field, while down at the water's edge the harbour bustles with fishing boats and seaplanes.