Ocean Ports of Call

Dundas Harbour - Canada, Nunavut Highlights:
RMCP abandoned site
Dundas Harbour lies on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic, the largest uninhabited island in the world. This historical abandoned site, nestled against cliffs with summer wildflowers blooming along the rocky point, was once a Royal Canadian Mounted Police outpost from 1924 to 1951. It is believed that the Canadian government had established this post to consolidate its sovereignty claim of this island. This abandoned site is one of incredible beauty,

Magnificently framed by mountains on all sides, Dundas Harbor also provides a chance to see fox, Arctic hare and musk ox roaming the surrounding tundra and the occasional polar bear.

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

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