From Chukotka to Kamchatka. Cruise

On this journey from Anadyr to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, we will make many landings so that you can discover this wild and beautiful coast.

We will choose places that few people visit, such as estuaries, fjords, bays and islands, which, in our experience, offer natural history enthusiasts, photographers, historians and travelers the most unique opportunities.


Russia, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Anadyr
US$ 6 187
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11 Days
10 Nights
  • Group departures
    • 11 – 21 Sep
  • Cabin on the boat
    10 nights
  • Premium
For any person
Up to 48 people
Minimum age
6 years old
Group meet at
Russia, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Anadyr
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Weekdays: 8am - 8pm
Weekends: 8am - 7pm (GMT +3)
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Tour highlights

Mysterious Islands
We will visit the uninhabited island of Verkhoturov and the Commander Islands
Zodiac Landings
We will make numerous landings on the shores of Chukotka and Northern Kamchatka
Fauna of the Far East
Let's observe the animals in their natural habitat


  • Day 1 - Arrival in Anadyr. Boarding

    Independent arrival in Anadyr, transfer to the pier

    Boarding, accommodation in cabins, acquaintance with the crew, briefing.

    After leaving the port, look overboard: already in the waters of the Anadyr estuary, you will most likely be able to observe belugas.

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  • Day 2 - Cruise
  • Day 3 - Cruise
  • Day 4 - Cruise
  • Day 5 - Cruise
  • Day 6 - Cruise
  • Day 7 - Cruise
  • Day 8 - Cruise
  • Day 9 - Cruise
  • Day 10 - Zhupanova River
  • Day 11 - Arrival in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
For any person


  • Cabin on the boat
    10 nights
  • Premium
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The cost of the tour depends on the category of accommodation, RUB.:

CabinCost per cabin space
Triple cabin without amenities 544 500
Double cabin without amenities609 840
Superior773 190
Superior Plus887 535
Mini Suite1 214 235
The shipowner's Suite1 470 150

Expedition vessel "Professor Khromov"

Professor Khromov is a small ice—class expedition vessel. In 2013 and 2019, it was completely refitted with the expectation of comfortable accommodation for a maximum of 50 passengers in double cabins. 

For the convenience of passengers, the ship has a bar, a cozy lounge, a lecture hall and a library with a large collection of thematic literature.

The spacious bridge is always open to passengers. From it you can admire stunning views of icebergs and coastal landscapes. Wildlife and marine animals can also be observed from the open decks of the ship.

The captain and the team of "Professor Khromov" are experienced sailors, real enthusiasts of expedition travel. During the landings, travelers are accompanied by qualified guides and naturalists. A fleet of Zodiac motor inflatable boats is used for landings, which are simple and convenient to use. With their help, the expedition participants easily get to amazingly beautiful, but hard-to-reach places.

"Professor Khromov" — an ice-class vessel specially equipped to explore regions where navigation of larger vessels is impossible.

Technical specifications

Length71.6 m
Width12.8 m
Displacement2,140 tons
Speed12 knots
Passengers50 people
Ice classKM
Year of construction1984
Year of renovation2019
The shipowner's Suite or Mini Suite or 10 nights
The shipowner's Suite

It can accommodate up to 3 passengers in the cabin.

  • separate sleeping area with a double bed;
  • living room with a single bed or sofa;
  • desk, wardrobe, bedside tables;
  • Bathroom: shower, toilet, washbasin;
  • windows on two sides.
Another option
Mini Suite

The cabin can accommodate up to 3 passengers.

  • separate sleeping area with a double bed;
  • living room with a single bed;
  • desk, wardrobe, bedside tables;
  • Bathroom: shower, toilet, washbasin;
  • windows.
Another option
Superior Plus

It can accommodate up to 2 passengers in the cabin.

  • two lower beds;
  • desk, wardrobe, bedside tables;
  • Bathroom: shower, toilet, washbasin;
  • window.
Another option

It can accommodate up to 2 passengers in the cabin.

  • two beds — upper and lower;
  • desk, wardrobe, bedside tables;
  • Bathroom: shower, toilet, washbasin;
  • window.
Another option
Double cabin without amenities

It can accommodate up to 2 passengers in the cabin.

  • two lower beds;
  • desk, wardrobe, bedside tables;
  • washbasin (combined amenities);
  • the porthole. 
Another option
Triple cabin without amenities

The cabin can accommodate up to 3 passengers.

  • two lower and one upper berths;
  • desk, wardrobe, bedside tables;
  • washbasin (combined amenities);
  • the porthole.

Tour conditions

up to 48 tourists
Minimum age
6 years old
11 days 10 nights
Group meets at
Russia, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Anadyr

Included in price

  • group transfer from the airport or a hotel in the city agreed with the organizers to the boarding point at the start of the cruise and a group transfer to the airport, or a hotel agreed with the organizers in the city of the end of the cruise;
  • accommodation in a cabin of the selected category on the ship during the tour;
  • 3 meals a day on board, access to the tea station and snacks 24/7;
  • all drop-offs and excursions according to the program;
  • registration of border passes along the route, the cost of all entrance fees to nature reserves and display facilities;
  • participation in events on the ship – film screenings, lectures;
  • expedition jacket;
  • port charges.

Paid extra

  • flights to Anadyr and from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky;
  • ground handling before and after the start of the cruise (hotels, excursions);
  • on-board communication (satellite phone, Internet);
  • bar services (alcoholic and soft drinks, snacks);
  • laundry;
  • souvenirs;
  • tips for the team (optional);
  • mandatory medical insurance with emergency evacuation coverage.

It's important to know

Personal equipment you need for the tour

The main factor in choosing clothes on board a ship is convenience. Clothes can be casual and informal. Take windproof and waterproof outerwear with you. Do not take tight clothes with you, which does not leave space for the air layer, which is an excellent insulator. Wool, silk and some modern synthetic fibers, such as polar fleece, retain heat better than cotton.

We recommend making an exception for the captain's dinner and the gala dinner. There is no dress code for dinner, but this is a luxury ship and foreign tourists like to look smart in the evening.

Here are some tips to help you feel comfortable during an expedition cruise:

  • Do not dress too warmly to avoid sweating;
  • wear waterproof clothing made of a material that, nevertheless, will allow Your body will "breathe" and thus prevent moisture from condensing under your clothes;
  • the legs and arms are most susceptible to cooling. Try to keep them dry and warm. A wise decision would be to take gloves to be prepared for weather changes.;
  • A person loses 90% of the heat when cooling his head! Make sure your head is warm. Along with a headdress covering the ears and forehead, bring a hat or
  • a hood that could cover the neck and chin if necessary;
  • It's a great idea to take a woolen or synthetic scarf: providing neck protection, it can be tied over your face if you have to move against the wind;
  • wear comfortable, spacious clothes. It is better to wear several light clothes than one warm one. A thin layer of air will remain between the layers of clothing, which, with an increase in body temperature, serves as an excellent insulator;
  • wool and silk are preferable to cotton, because they retain warm air well. Synthetic materials that take their shape again after compression are also good. If things get wet or damp, a polystyrene lining is a better insulator than goose or duck down. We also recommend fleece clothing, which is popular even with extreme travelers.

Check if you have taken everything:

  • a warm jacket;
  • rubber boots will be given to you for rent on board;
  • warm underwear;
  • warm trousers (jeans are suitable for wearing on board and for excursions);
  • waterproof trousers for boating and land walks (wear them over your regular trousers);
  • a wool sweater or a fleece jacket;
  • gloves;
  • the hat;
  • warm socks;
  • comfortable moisture-resistant boots with ribbed soles;
  • sneakers or boots. It is forbidden to wear flip-flops on board for safety reasons;
  • waterproof backpack for drop-offs;
  • sunglasses with UV protection;
  • protective cream for face and lips;
  • bathing suit;
  • camera and memory cards;
  • an extra pair of your optical glasses;
  • medical supplies prescribed by a doctor with a reserve for several additional days;
  • plastic bag with zipper or camera clip;
  • several T-shirts to wear on board and on landings;
  • binoculars for observing wild animals;
  • battery pack;
  • notepad and pen.
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Dates and Prices

  • from US$ 6 187
    11 – 21 Sep 11 days 10 nights
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