The inspiration of Alaska, only on Cunard.

Join us in 2020, for the adventure of a lifetime to Alaska aboard the luxurious Queen Elizabeth®.

Choose from a selection of Alaska voyages ranging from 9 to 12 nights, each of which includes the Inside Passage as well as Hubbard Glacier, Glacier Bay National Park, Tracy Arm or College Fjord, and enjoy more time in port to discover stunning beauty and wildlife.

These voyages are included in our Three for All offer, which includes Free Stateroom Location Upgrade†, Free Gratuities‡, and 50% Reduced Deposit††.
Grill Suite guests also receive Free Drinks♦.

Offer ends November 19, 2019.

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Featured Alaska Voyages.

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Alaska Including Glacier Bay, 10 Nights

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Alaska Including Glacier Bay, 12 Nights

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Featured Insights Speakers

Sir Ranulph Fiennes

Sir Ranulph Fiennes – acknowledged as the ‘World’s Greatest Living Explorer’ by the Guinness Book of Records – will headline an engaging series of lectures; he will be sharing personal insights of his adventures and notable expeditions as Queen Elizabeth sails through the pristine beauty of the Alaskan wilderness.

Kenton Cool

Mountaineer Kenton Cool, one of the finest alpine climbers of his generation, will also join Cunard onboard Queen Elizabeth in Alaska. Cool has summited Mount Everest fourteen times, and holds the unique title of being the first person in history to climb the three Everest peaks --dubbed the “Triple Crown” - in one climb, an achievement thought to be impossible. He will share this and other remarkable life experiences with guests.

Where we sail.

Explore the majestic scenery of Alaska from the comfort of Queen Elizabeth.

Glacier Bay.

Glacier Bay National Park is a main feature of Alaska’s Inside Passage and part of a 25-million-acre World Heritage Site, one of the world’s largest international protected areas.

Hubbard Glacier.

Witness the grace and brilliance of glacial formations and towering icebergs in action as you sail by a highlight of Alaska’s many coastal wonders.

Anchorage.

Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Chugach Mountains, Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city. It is known for its rich cultural scene, including the Alaska Native Heritage Scene.

Juneau.

Alaska’s capital is the place to let your imagination run wild. Incredible outdoor activities await, like glacier flightseeing, dog-sledding, fishing, and kayaking amidst the stunning landscape.

Ketchikan.

Ketchikan is best known for three things: salmon, scenery, and the rich Alaska Native culture.

Icy Strait Point.

Built around a restored 1912 salmon cannery, Icy Strait Point is a hub of Alaskan action and adventure. Look out for whales in the scenic waters or enjoy genuine Native Tlingit hospitality.

Skagway.

Gateway to the goldfields of old, Skagway’s streets are lined with wooden boardwalks and restored buildings looking much like they did 100 years ago. Ride the breathtaking White Pass Railroad through stunning mountain scenery and hairpin bends.

Prince Rupert.

Enjoy Prince Rupert on British Columbia’s north coast with the most humpback whales in North America.