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Barrow - USA, Alaska Highlights:
Northernmost point of the USA
Point Barrow marks the northernmost point of the USA on the Beaufort Sea of the Arctic Ocean. The town of Barrow is located to the southwest. Once important in Arctic aviation, it was the departure point of Sir George Hubert Wilkins' flight in 1928 over the North Pole and was the site of the air crash in 1935 that killed Will Rogers and Wiley Post. The headland was first sighted in 1826 by Frederick W. Beechey who named it after Sir John Barrow, promoter of Arctic exploration.

The following 1 cruises call at Barrow. Discover more by clicking the cruise name or ship or click the Enquire button if you want to check availability and pricing.
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20/08/19
Hurtigruten
Roald Amundsen
Through the Northwest Passage - Roald Amundsen
Arctic
Superior
Kangerlussuaq
Nome
22/25 From 9897
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