Alaska

Alaska is a breathtaking patchwork of glaciers, lakes, fjords and forests, home to whales, seals, eagles and bears.

Alaska is a breathtaking patchwork of towering glaciers and ice fields, native wildlife and national parks. Discover the incomparable beauty of Alaska’s incredible wilderness, and learn about those who have called it home, from local tribes to gold rush fortune-seekers.

Where we sail.

Kodiak, AK, USA

“Emerald Isle” Kodiak is haven for a wide variety of wildlife. The island is two-thirds national park, dedicated to protecting native brown bears, 250 species of bird and six kinds of Pacific salmon.

Anchorage, AK, USA

Anchorage has once-in-a-lifetime opportunities abound, such as gazing in wonder at the magnificent Northern Lights, or touring snow-capped mountains, board icy valleys and glassy lakes by helicopter.

Hubbard Glacier, AK, USA (Cruise-by)

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. Learn the history it created and take in the view.

Icy Strait Point, AK, USA

Icy Strait Point is a grand idea brought to life in a brilliant hub of Alaskan action and adventure. Look out for whales in the picturesque wilderness or enjoy warm hospitality and hearty food ashore.

Inside Passage, AK, USA (Cruise-by)

The Alaskan Inside Passage is a sea route of fjords, islands and bays. It is one of the most scenic maritime journeys in the world, with its spectacular mountain ranges, quaint towns and lush islands.

Juneau, AK, USA

Beneath an ice field that never melts, on a waterway that never freezes, Juneau is the unusual and disarmingly beautiful capital of Alaska. The Mendenhall Glacier is the not-to-be-missed attraction.

Alaskan highlights.

Visit Grouse Mountain and the Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver

Perhaps spot marine wildlife such as dolphins, seals and whales off the coast of Vancouver’s Gulf Islands

Enjoy scenic cruising along the 27 mile-long Tracy Arm Fjord with cascading waterfalls and cliffs that rise up more than 3,000 feet

Discover Ketchikan’s eye-catching totem poles and its quaint, colorful waterfront bustling with the local salmon fishing trade and houses on stilts

Participate in glacier flightseeing, whale watching, fishing or kayaking in the Alaskan capital city of Juneau.