The Komandorskiye Islands (Commander Islands) are a group of four islands in Russia, lying east of the peninsula of Kamchatka in the Bering Sea. They are administered as part of the Kamchatka Oblast although geographically they form part of Aleutian Islands. Bering Island is the largest of the islands, and is home to Nikolskoye. This fishing village, established in 1826 by fur traders, has a small museum where you can learn about the Aleut people and their culture. The other islands in the group are Mednyy and two small uninhabited islands. These islands and the American Pribilof Islands are the sole remaining breeding grounds of the fur seal in the Bering Sea. Although the climate is comparatively mild, they are inhabited by only a few Aleuts and Russians.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.