Ocean Ports of Call

Blosseville Coast - Greenland Highlights:
Steep and remote coastline
The Blosseville Coast (Blosseville Kyst) is a stretch of coast in southeastern Greenland between the Kangerdlugsuaqq fjord and Cape Brewster at the entrance to Scoresby Sound. Named after Jules de Blosseville, commander of La Lilloise, who explored this area in 1833, the coast is steep and difficult to access with a ship because of the great ice barrier.

There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.

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