The Expedition Yacht

10 days | June - September

The Expedition Yacht


Join our polar family and sail Svalbard in search of mighty polar bears for a truly authentic expedition experience.

With a maximum of 14 guests, this is one of our favourite ways to travel the Arctic, as it offers a more flexible schedule.

From stunning mountain ranges and cliffs adorned with birds, to herds of reindeer and walruses, there’ll be no end of amazing things to see once you’re aboard.


Svalbard by Expedition Yacht

DAY 1 – Embark ship in Longyearbyen and set sail

DAYS 2 – 10 – Svalbard Archipelago/Spitsbergen

DAY 11 – Disembark ship in Longyearbyen

Real Adventures, Real People

We were very pleased with the expedition staff …. Professional, knowledgeable, friendly, approachable, and well trained. We learned a lot from the scheduled presentations and were able to apply that information while “on the ground/snow/ice”. The nine off-ship excursions we had were exceptional. We saw and experienced things we’ll probably never see again: an iceberg doing a 180, glaciers cracking and falling into the ocean, 1000s of penguin and learning they “stink”, historic buildings from past enterprises, hiking over rocks and snow, cruising around in the Zodiacs, and simply experiencing something we’ll never do again. Excellent and well worthwhile trip and experience!!!

Real Adventures, Real People

Ryan McDevott

I could not have been more pleased with my recent trip to western Greenland for a two week kayaking expedition around the Upernavik Archipelago.

Having kayaked with David in Antarctica on a previous trip, I witnessed first hand how thorough and focused he is on the group’s safety as well as extremely knowledgeable when it comes to the wildlife, geology and history of the white continent. That previous experience made my decision easy to book with the team at Twin Tracks Expeditions for my kayaking expedition in Greenland.

Insider Advice

We’re a different kind of agency. We work on the ships, with the teams, and are currently active in the polar regions. Our insider advice is truly that – straight from the field – and it’s updated in real time if things change.