North Pole Expedition

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Travel without boundaries

To travel without boundaries sounds like a bold statement, but at OceanSky Cruises, we go above and beyond to create the most inventive and unique expeditions that otherwise become less possible or accessible by traditional ground and air transport. We have the opportunity to provide our guests access to remote locations and communities to experience new places authentically.

The Journal

See the latest news and editorial about airships and our destinations

Read our articles on the past, present and future of airships.

The North Pole Expedition of Umberto Nobile and the Airship Italia

94 years have passed since that distant 25th of May 1928, when the airship Italia, one of the greatest successes of Italian technology and exploration, crashed on the ice.

The lightness of the journey

In the 20s, the flight of large airships was elitist and inaccessible to most. It seemed to be the flying transposition of the luxury style of the transatlantic liners of the past.

Which was the world’s first airline?

Discover the history of the the world’s first airline. On November16 1909, DELAG was established. Its first flight was with the airship LZ6.

Svalbard, the remote kingdom of the polar bear

Discover Svalbard, a remote Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic that is going to be OceanSky Cruises’ base of operations between March and October and the starting point of our epic airship expedition to the North Pole.

“It’s about the journey, not the destination”

Extract from the participation of Dereck Joubert, award winning filmmaker, conservationist, National Geographic explorer and Founder at Great Plains Conservation, in the roundtable “The Revival of Airships” at ExpoDubai on November 11th 2021.

Jesper Vollmer: “There has to be a connection between the story of the journey and the food experience”

Jesper Vollmer, the former chef to the Danish royal family for 10 years will be in charge of designing the menus that our guests will enjoy during their expedition to the North Pole by airship.

George Land: “New technologies like Hybrid Aircraft will reshape how the world thinks about flying”

Interview to George Land, Commercial Business Development Director at Hybrid Air Vehicles about the Airlander and the future of sustainable aviation through airships.

Carl-Oscar Lawaczeck: “We need to transform aviation and we’re going to do so through Airships”

We interview Carl-Oscar Lawaczeck, OceanSky Cruises Founder and CEO, to talk abou his vision to fly the great airships again and to pioneer a new era of sustainable aviation.

Passengers on the Hindenburg
The lightness of the journey

In the 20s, the flight of large airships was elitist and inaccessible to most. It seemed to be the flying transposition of the luxury style of the transatlantic liners of the past.

Modern Zeppelin flying
Trains in the sky

Airships are commonly compared to airplanes, probably because both are aerial vehicles. However, that’s where the similarities end. Airships are better compared to trains from a passenger’s perspective.