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These 2 architects repurposed an old lifeboat and are using it to explore the Arctic with their dog — check out photos of their incredible adven...
They spent a year fixing up the boat, and now the two men and their dog are spending the winter exploring the Arctic.
The demand for cruises to cold destinations is growing at a faster rate than tropical ones, and it all comes down to exclusivity
Cold places like Antarctica, Greenland, and Norway are becoming hot cruising destinations. Their appeal lies in their remoteness and exclusivity.
A Finnish family is offering a wellness experience called ‘Arctic cocooning’ where they tuck customers into hammocks in a remote pine fore...
Arctic Cocooning, a family-run Finnish wellness experience that involves swaying in hammocks in a pine forest, helps guests reconnect with nature.
NOAA's Arctic Report Card warns that climate change is transforming the Arctic. These photos show its dire effects on the region so far this decade.
A new Italian yacht concept is designed to look like a killer whale and can handle Arctic exploration — and it highlights one of the biggest tre...
A new 213-foot, orca-inspired vessel concept by Rosetti Superyachts showcases the luxury sector's move toward arctic exploration.
Greenland’s ice is melting 7 times faster than it did in the early 90s — suggesting scientists’ worst-case predictions may come true...
As our planet and its oceans warm, the polar ice sheets are melting at accelerated rates. Greenland's average yearly ice loss is 262 billion tons.
The US Navy sent this officer to sail the Arctic with the Canadians — here’s what he learned about this unforgiving environment
The Arctic is cold, remote and not well charted. The US Navy sent an officer to the high north to learn how to deal with these challenges.
Bomber task force deployments train US aircrews while reassuring partners and deterring foes, including into Arctic skies as these images reveal.
A virus from the measles family is spreading because of melting ice. It kills seals and otters by the thousands.
Phocine distemper virus has killed thousands of Atlantic seals. New ocean water passageways likely allowed the virus to spread to the Pacific.
Russia is finding new islands in the Arctic, while the US is still trying to figure out how to get up there
Russia already has the world's longest Arctic coastline, and five newly discovered islands give it even more territory to work with.