That is hard to say. It depends on the weather and constraints of time and distance. Depending on the voyage, you may spend several days aboard the ship, followed by a series of landings, each several hours long. On some cruises you land two or three times every day. During our time at the high latitudes, we will have almost continuous daylight, which means we may schedule excursions before breakfast, after dinner - or in the middle of the ‘night’. Often the light for photography is best at these times. We would like to show you as much as possible but leave it up to you to skip an excursion.
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