Cruise along chiseled fjords packed with icebergs for up-close views of glittering glaciers on our brand-new expedition that explores the Arctic region of Iceland, Greenland, and Canada. You'll search for beluga whales, and seabirds such as razorbills, guillemots, and kittiwakes, and enjoy a hike through Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Stewart Walker, a born-and-bred Orcadian from the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland, developed his lifelong passion for nature and wildlife from his father. A lighthouse keeper and ornithologist, his father taught Stewart how to observe the birds and marine life of the region throughout his life. A keen fisherman from a very young age, Stewart has led a life on and surrounding the sea; currently, when not working in the expedition field, he works as a crewman on Orkney pilot boats. He’s also very passionate about supporting the community and volunteering; he has served in the Territorial Army (National Guard) for eight years and the Royal National Lifeboat Institute for seven years as a crewman. In his downtime, Stewart is a keen clay pigeon shot and runner.
Stewart's Upcoming Expeditions
Path of the Vikings: Reykjavik to QuebecAugust 27 — September 12, 2019
Wild & Ancient Britain with IrelandMay 11 — May 26, 2020
Witness some of Europe's largest seabird colonies—puffins, gannets, guillemots, kittiwakes, and more—on our return to the British Isles. Visit Giant’s Causeway, Neolithic monuments, and a variety of architectural wonders.