East Tour invites you to take an exciting journey on a modern and comfortable passenger ship called Athena.
The ship was named after Athena, the goddess of wisdom and craft.
Athena takes groups of tourists and scientists to unique areas of the Russian Far East, including the Kuril Islands, the North-East of Kamchatka, and Sakhalin Island.
The passengers will have a unique opportunity to land in remote, uninhabited corners of the sea coastline where they might experience encounters with marine mammals (insular seals, spotted seals, fur seals, northern sea lions, sea otters), watch killer whales, cachalots, fin whales, humpback whales, gray whales, common minke whales, Dall's porpoises, as well as other Cetacean species, and also visit rookeries, watch sea otters, admire the beauty of bird colonies, and enjoy the wilderness of nature on the Commander and Kuril Islands.
Fans of underwater life will be able to dive. Even those who are well-experienced in sea diving will be stunned by the beauty and diversity of flora and fauna. Those who prefer fishing will be able to enjoy rich and diverse catch (cod, greenling, flounder, rockfish and, of course, halibut). The chef will turn your catch into a culinary masterpiece.
The ship's crew, working hand-in-hand, are professionals who see your comfort and safety as key priority. East Tour wishes you exciting journeys on Athena. Become one of the few! Extend your map of geographical discoveries, adding a place in the Russian Far East of which your colleagues know just the most general things!
See you at the show, stand G2/6.