Alaska Vacation Cruises
Alaska Vacation Cruises
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Alaska Cruises

Alaska Cruises

Written by Jeff Heath
Would you like to visit one of the most majestic places to ever exist one this earth without even leaving the country? If your answer is yes, then Alaska should be your next vacation destination and what better way to get there than by ship? Known as the Land of the Midnight Sun, because the sun shines virtually around the clock during summer months, the word Alaska translates to "great land." The Great State of Alaska boasts a
wild and rugged terrain. Beautiful snowcapped mountains peer down upon the land. Other natural wonders include high-walled fjords, slow-floating glaciers of tremendous RCCL's Legend of the Seas in Alaska size, hot springs and still-active volcanoes. Alaska is a state filled with contradictions with everything from all day sunlight to all day darkness and islands that are completely barren with not a tree in sight. So if you're ready to experience one of the most unique and memorable vacations of your life, book an Alaskan cruise today. Air transportation from numerous cities throughout the United States to the ports of departure may Alaska Cruisesbe added to the vacation packages.

7-Night Carnival Cruises

Carnival Cruises offer a 7-Night Northbound Alaskan Cruise that makes a number of stops throughout Alaska. Travelers will depart from beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia and eight days later will arrive in Seward, Alaska. From there, they will bus to Anchorage, which is Alaska's largest city and home to over 40% of the state's population. Stops White Water Rafting in Alaska along the way include Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Sitka. The ship will also cruise through such places as Endicott Arm, Lynn Canal and Prince William Sound. Travelers may choose between any
number of shore excursions or have the option of building their own itinerary once the boat docks. Shore excursions include snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of Mountain Point Lake, boarding an aerial seaplane for a magnificent view of Behm Canal, halibut and salmon sport fishing or a whale watching trip in addition to many other exciting adventures.

7-Night Norwegian Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Lines also offers a 7-Night Alaskan Cruise with their ships departing from Seattle, Washington. Stops along the way include Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan and Victoria (one of Canada's most beautiful cities). The ship returns to Seattle at the end of the week. TheAlaska Cruises cruise line offers many unique on-shore excursions as Polar Bear in Alaska well as a vast number of entertainment and activities aboard the ship.

7-Night Royal Caribbean Cruises

Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines offer a 7-night Alaskan Cruise as well. Departing in Seward, Alaska and arriving in Vancouver, British Columbia eight days later, the ship makes numerous stops at some of Alaska's most phenomenal areas. Stops include Juneau, Skagway, Sitka and Ketchikan/Misty Fjords. The ship also cruises through several pristine water areas including Yakutat Bay, which is Alaska Bearhome to the larger than life Hubbard Glacier, as well as the Inside Passage.

12-Night Sea and Land Excursion

Want to see more of Alaska? Sign up for the 12-night/13-day escorted tour, which begins in Seattle, WA. Travelers will board the Sea Princess and head for Vancouver, BC. The next four days are spent cruising to such places as Alert Bay and the Inside Passage. After enjoying the natural beauty of the Inside Passage travelers may leave the ship and discover the city of Juneau. On day five, the cruise ends in Skagway. Train or motorcoach will complete the remainder of the trip with stops in Dawson City, Fairbanks and Denali National Park. At each of these places travelers will become closer to nature, better understand the land and history of Alaska, and will depart reluctantly. Cruise aboard the Sea Princess, hotel accommodations, 22 meals and tours are included in the price of the vacation.
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