The 14th July Glacier

Sailing in Fjortende Julibukta Bay

Relax in Fjortende Julibukta Bay and admire the local birds

Information about Fjortende Julibukta

The 14th of July bay and glacier, named by Prince Albert I of Monaco on the Princesse Alice on his oceanographic expeditions to Svalbard from 1898 to 1907.

It is one of the highlights in Krossfjorden, often combining a landing with a Zodiac cruise. Cruising along the impressive glacier front, there are regular calvings with bergs in the bay that attracts birds like kittiwakes. And nearby there are bird cliffs with a colony of Thick-billed Murres (Brünnich’s Guillemot) that also includes Atlantic Puffins. Options for landing (being careful of potential Tsunami waves from calvings) include one of the best spots in the whole of Svalbard for flowers, and even the chance to walk on the side of the glacier.

Pictures of Fjortende Julibukta

The 14th July Glacier
Puffins
Zodiac Fleet

Possible Activities in Fjortende Julibukta

binoculars
Animal Sighting
zodiac fleet
Zodiac rides

Highlights Close to Fjortende Julibukta

Animals in Fjortende Julibukta

Our trips to Fjortende Julibukta

Price
Min Price

USD 3800

Max Price

USD 15000

Duration (days)
Min Days

5

Max Days

26

Ship Category