Here at ROL Cruise, we are aiming to raise £100,000 to show our appreciation to the NHS who are working tirelessly to save lives. For every booking made with us we will be donating £25 to the NHS Charities National campaign that acknowledges and supports NHS staff, volunteers and patients. We're delighted to have raised over £35,000 so far. To find out how much we have raised, please click here.
Beneath Earth’s coldest waters near Alaska and Antarctica lives an abundance of wildlife, from orcas and humpback whales to vibrant corals and mysterious sharks.
18 Apr 2017
From the depths of the Beaufort Sea to the mysterious Greenland Sea, our oceans are home to many weird and wonderful creatures. One of the best ways to explore the wildlife in our coldest oceans is on a cruise.
Whether you’re setting off on a cruise to Alaska, Russia or the Baltics, look out for majestic orcas and humpback whales. If you’re closer to shore, keep an eye out for the playful Harp and Weddell Seals. We’ve created this handy infographic so you can discover what amazing creatures call these oceans home.
Find out more about these fascinating creatures and where they live, as well as facts about Earth’s coldest oceans. If your sense of adventure makes you want to visit some of these remarkable places, consider taking an Antarctic cruise.