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About Alaska Cruises
On board an Alaska cruise you'll experience some of the most beautiful sights the world has to offer. Alaska is the place to enjoy nature in all it's glory! The majestic mountains, glorious glaciers, abundant wildlife, rushing rivers, incredible fjords, green temperate rain forests, breath-taking ocean coasts - it's like nothing on earth. Alaska is a land of superlatives and adventure. Enjoy an Alaska cruise with fascinating history, pure wilderness and a multi-cultural heritage that reflects in the art, lifestyle and communities you'll explore.

Alaska cruises allow you the opportunity for relaxation while cruising the Inside Passage and the glacier areas of Glacier Bay National Park, College Fjord in Prince William Sound and Sawyer Glaciers in Tracy Arm Fjord. Taking an Alaska cruise allows you time in port to explore the history and culture of Southeastern Alaska. Learn more below about the ports of call and glaciers you'll enjoy on your Alaska cruise or cruise tour package.


Snuggled against a backdrop of mountains and partly built on wooden pilings, Ketchikan is a delightful port to run off and explore.


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Accessible only by ship or plane, Juneau is definitely worth the trip. Surrounded by mountain peaks, glaciers and the Juneau Icefield, this little town is the ideal launching point for tours into the surrounding Alaska wilderness.

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Historic Skagway ignited memories of Gold Rush fever with its charming reconstruction of the 1890's Gold Rush days.


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Glacier Bay National Park

In the late 18th century, Glacier Bay was hidden under a vast sheet of ice. Today, it has retreated almost 30 miles, revealing a pristine beauty and rugged majesty that is one of the highlights of the Inside Passage.


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Hubbard Glacier

Hubbard Glacier is the one glacier in the world that does not move at a glacial pace. Quite the opposite, in fact in 1986 Hubbard Glacier moved an average of 5.5 feet per hour!


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Prince William Sound & College Fjord

With its 3,000 miles of shoreline, Prince William Sound is one of the most scenic archipelagos in the world.



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Situated on the western side of Baranof Island and facing the Pacific, this picturesque city sits just across the water from snowcapped Mount Edgecombe.



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Icy Strait Point

Fifty miles west of Juneau and at the mouth of Glacier Bay National Park. Icy Strait Point offers an abundance of wildlife.



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Located at the mouth of the beautiful Stikine River, this historical city offers everything from the only USGA-rated golf course in Southeast Alaska to the Aran Bear and Wildlife Observatory.


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Seward is a fishing village surrounded by the unrivaled beauty of the Kenai Wildlife Refuge, the Alaska Maritime National Refuge, Chugach National Forest and the Kenai Fjords National Park.


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This elegant seaport city is blessed with a mild climate and a seemingly endless number of parks and gardens.




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Prince Rupert

The deepest port in North America, Prince Rupert serves as Canada's gateway to Alaska and the Queen Charlotte Islands.



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Known as Alaska's largest city, Anchorage lies between the mountains and the sea. Anchorage is the best place to start or end your Alaska cruisetour journey.





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Denali National Park


Denali National Park and Preserve is the home of the tallest peak in North America - Denali. Formerly known as Mt McKinley, the mountain soars up to 20,310 feet.




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The town of Talkeetna is known as the base camp for visitors wanting to climb the peak of Denali (aka Mt McKinley).



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Fairbanks is known as the Golden Heart City and the second largest city in Alaska.




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