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Every spring and summer, a spectacle blooms unlike anything else on Earth. Considered a trip of a lifetime by many savvy travelers, cruising Alaska means thundering glaciers, rugged coastlines, temperate rainforests, majestic peaks, untamed wildlife, and so much more.

Experiencing Alaska’s many wonders is more convenient, more affordable and more exhilarating than ever. Explore Alaska the way locals see it, up close and personal on an Alaskan cruise.  Today’s cruise ships are designed to enhance this extraordinary scenery. Sailing to each port of call is half the fun and a significant part of the journey. Balcony staterooms afford cruisers panoramic access to Alaska’s great outdoors. Spot bald eagles soaring by, killer whales breaching, and grizzlies grazing along the shore. Ease into the warmth of an outdoor whirlpool and watch glacier floes tumble into the sea. See an unforgettable sunset and savor a gourmet dinner in the comfort of a luxurious shipboard restaurant. And, just before bed, gaze up at a canopy of stars from a seat on your stateroom’s private balcony.



Destination Highlights:
■ Hike through glacial waterfalls and rainforests outside Juneau
■ Journey into Canada on White Pass & Yukon, the “Scenic Railway of the World”
■ Race across a glacier in an exhilarating dogsled ride
■ Search for eagle nests as you sail through the awe-inspiring Inside Passage.
■ Delight in the wildlife onboard a high-speed catamaran

Cruise Tips:
■ Most major cruise lines and several luxury cruise lines sail to Alaska from May – October with peak time being July.
■ Majority of sailings are 7 days/nights in length.
■ Round-trip sailings are from Seattle WA, or Vancouver, BC and One-way sailings northbound or Southbound between Seattle or Vancouver and Seward (Anchorage)
■ Most popular itinerary includes sailing the inside passage
■ Northbound and Southbound cruises offer pre/post tours to Denali National Park with views of Mount McKinley), North America’s tallest peak.