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Season 2024 is launched: get onboard KAMAK!

Norway: skitouring exploratory trips from late February to April
     – 5 to 17 April 2024: skitouring cruise in Finnmark, 4 places available

Svalbard: skitouring exploratory trips from May to June
    – 23 May to 4 June 2024: “special South Spitzbergen”, 2 places available

Greenland: exploratory trips to discover the East coast (hiking, sea kayak, climbing…)
     – 19 July to 11 August, 6 places available
     – 5 to 25 September, 3 places available
More details in the leaflet (in French).

Contact us for more information!

Ideal for exploration

KAMAK is a 24-metre yacht which offers great seafaring, whether under sail or engine-powered. She is fully equipped to serve as an itinerant basecamp for ski-touring, trekking, sea-kayaking, diving, fishing, observing the local fauna or flora, astrophotography, etc. KAMAK is suitable for polar oceans as well as warm seas, beaching and pack ice. She can go anywhere and offers accommodation for up to 10 people, plus crew.

A team of enthusiasts

The KAMAK project was created by a group of keen mountaineers with more than fifteen years’ experience of exploring both polar regions on a range of vessels, using boats and skis. A group of professional skippers, experienced in sailing the high latitudes, have joined the project to ensure the safety of the boat and her onboard explorers. Last but not least, several cooks will take turns to provide high quality and wholesome food.

A boat for professionals and amateurs alike

Today, this experience is offered to professional guides as well as keen amateurs committed to organising and enjoying well-resourced expeditions. Team up with an expedition organised by a guide, or just hire the sailboat with your family or your friends!

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Un magnifique voilier d'exploration polaire au service de vos expéditions: ski, randonnée, kayak, plongée, pêche en toute sécurité et dans le confort.

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Cette carte nous a été offerte par les scientifiques de la base du Hornsund, au sud du Spitzberg.Elle montre les emplacements des fronts glaciaires de 1899 à 2018.D’après les scientifiques, le Hornbreen, un isthme glaciaire situé au fond du Hornsund qui se déverse à la fois à l’est et à l’ouest du Spitzberg, est voué à disparaître durant ces 20 prochaines années.Cela aura pour effet de créer une nouvelle île, pas encore nommée mais dont le point culminant sera le Hornsundtind à 1431 m d’altitude. See MoreSee Less
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Kamak au pays des ours polaires … (photos prises du récent voyage au Spitzberg) See MoreSee Less
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