News that the world’s first discovery yacht, Scenic Eclipse would be getting a twin sister, has sent travellers into a spin, sparking “unprecedented demand” from those eagar to experience the Northwest Passage on board the six star yachts.

Guests wanting to explore the remote region on board Scenic Eclipse can now pre-register to secure their place on the ship’s late 2020 departure.

Places are expected to be snapped up fast with only 200 guests on each departure.

This once-in-a-lifetime journey through the Northwest Passage, from Kangerlussuaq to Nome, is the “pinnacle of polar exploration”.


The luxury ships feature on board helicopters, submarine, Zodiacs and kayaks with many opportunities for travellers to immerse themselves in the spectacular landscape.

Both ships will be of a similar design, including 114 all-verandah suites, nine restaurants, eight lounges and bars, a luxurious Spa Sanctuary, separate fitness areas and indoor, outdoor and plunge pools, as well as a marina deck, helicopters and a submarine.

Scenic Eclipse feature

Over 21 days, guests will travel in all-inclusive 6-star luxury as they trace the historic routes of early Arctic explorers such as Franklin, Amundsen and Larsen and explore the archipelago of Canada’s High Arctic.

Scenic Eclipse

Led by 16 expert Discovery crew, they will cruise above the Arctic Circle, explore the spectacular landscapes of Greenland and the Canadian Arctic, meet local Inuit communities to learn about their culture and enjoy amazing wildlife encounters as part of Scenic’s range of exclusive Scenic Enrich experiences and Scenic Freechoice activities.

Scenic Eclipse I & II (Artists Impression)

Scenic Eclipse I & II (Artists Impression)

The full Scenic Eclipse brochure will be released in April.

For further details or to pre-register now by phone 138 128.

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