Hecla Strait

Fury and Hecla Strait is a narrow  water located in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of NunavutCanada. Situated between Baffin Island  and the Melville Peninsula, it is connected to the Foxe Basin. Historically, the first European to see the strait was William Edward Parry. It is almost always covered in ice, making the navigation difficult. 

Map of Hecla Strait

Nearby landmarks

Trips that visit Hecla Strait

Full Transit of the Northwest Passage

Enter the Northwest Passage through Hudson Bay onboard a luxury, hybrid-powered icebreaker. Explore by helicopter and zodiac as you travel the full length of this fabled route all the way to Nome, Alaska. Spot bears on the ice floe, narwhal…

  • 25 Days
  • $38,425