10 Nights
Duration
June 4, 2019
Dates
No
Meals
Vancouver – Alaska
Location

Price starting from: CA$3,736. Prices are in CAD, per person, based on double occupancy.

This convenient Vancouver roundtrip pairs Pacific Northwest city life with Alaska’s spectacular scenery. Before or after voyage, visit beautiful Stanley Park, Granville Market, or nearby Butchart Gardens. Then we sail to Alaska’s Inside Passage with views of glaciers, peaceful fjords and native wildlife. In Ketchikan, take an historic walking tour, learn about totem poles, or visit Tongass National Forest and beautiful Misty Fjords. You’ll have a late stay in Juneau, Alaska’s capital, with many options for town touring and hiking, dog sledding, or a canoe trip to Mendenhall Glacier. Skagway is all about the Alaskan gold rush; don’t miss a hair-raising ride on the historic White Pass narrow-gauge railway. Next, visit Sitka, where you’ll find authentic 18th-century architecture set in stunning natural beauty. After a full day at sea, you’ve got two days to experience buzzing, beautiful Seattle, where you can eat, shop and soak up the local vibe at Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square and Seattle’s famous music clubs.

INCLUDED Complimentary AzAmazing Evenings® event (on most voyages)
Select standard spirits, international beers and wines
Gratuities
Bottled water, soft drinks, specialty coffees and teas
Self-service laundry
Shuttle service to and from port communities, where available
Concierge services for personal guidance and reservations

Please call 1-855-824-2495 to request a quote.

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Vancouver | British Columbia, Canada


The only thing rising higher than the Vancouver skyline is its snow-capped mountains. In Vancouver, you can experience summer and winter on the same day! Start with a morning on the slopes at one of the nearby ski hills, then hit the beach for an afternoon relaxing by the water. After, try some delicious meals from all around the world and discover why Vancouver is the culinary capital of Canada.
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At Sea


Spend the day sailing in style aboard your boutique hotel at sea. Indulge in a treatment at Sanctum Spa, stay ship shape with a class at our fitness center, or lounge the day away on our sunny pool deck.

In the evening, savor inspired Italian cuisine at Aqualina, or relish in a classic steakhouse experience at Prime C. Plus, you’ll find plenty of exciting evening entertainment, from thrilling shows at Cabaret Lounge to intimate performances in the Living Room.

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Ketchikan | Alaska


Surrounded by lakes, rivers, and streams, the “Salmon Capital of the World” is an angler’s paradise. Hop on a charter and keep an eye out for Ketchikan’s other marine residents like orca and humpback whales, seals, and porpoises. Hike Married Man’s Trail, kayak the Misty Fjords, visit the Totem Heritage Center, and stroll Creek Street for quaint restaurants, bars, gift shops, and scenic views.
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Juneau | Alaska


Stretching from the Juneau Icefield to the waterfront downtown, Juneau is a treasure trove of sights. Dig into the city’s gold mining history at Juneau Douglas City Museum, stroll down Historic South Franklin Street, go whale or iceberg watching, tour Mendenhall Glacier and the Tongass National Forest, or board the Mount Roberts Tramway for great dining, shopping, and easy access to hiking trails.
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Skagway | Alaska


Take in historic sites like the storied Red Onion Saloon, the yellow-domed Golden North Hotel, and the decidedly rustic Arctic Brotherhood Hall. For a more detailed account, head to the Corrington Museum of Alaska History and the Skagway Museum to see every aspect of local history from mastodon fossils and native handwoven baskets to the pistol of Skagway’s official bad boy, Soapy Smith.
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Icy Strait Point | Alaska


Icy Strait Point is built on the site of a salmon cannery. The restored outbuildings now house a variety of restaurants, a museum, and local arts and crafts shops. The port is a cultural hub for the original inhabitants of the area—the Huna people. Enjoy an array of activities indigenous to the area including native dance performances, brown bear viewings, whale watching, fishing, birding, and hiking.
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Sitka | Alaska


A walk around the city’s downtown brings you closer to its history with views of the Blockhouse, Russian Bishop’s House, St. Michael’s Russian Orthodox Cathedral, and the storied Castle Hill. Visit the Fortress of the Bear and the Alaska Raptor Center to get an up-close look at orphaned brown bear cubs, injured bald eagles, and other birds, and learn about both centers’ commitment to serving Alaska’s wildlife.
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At Sea


Relax and reflect on your journey thus far with a few days of fun at sea. Get a behind-the-scenes look at life onboard with an Insider’s View Tour, attend a destination lecture to learn more about your next port-of-call, or try your luck at our onboard casino.

Want to really unwind? Watch the world go by and sip a complimentary drink poolside, or say “ahh” with a visit to Sanctum Spa.

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Seattle | Washington


Seattle may be the birthplace of Starbucks, but espresso machines are buzzing at coffeehouses on every corner. Venture beyond the city to breathtaking Snoqualmie Falls for a hike and a picnic and the powerful sight of the 268 foot crashing waterfall, one of the most stunning in the country. An exciting city in beautiful natural surroundings, Seattle is an alluring destination. Rain or shine.
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Vancouver | British Columbia, Canada


The only thing rising higher than the Vancouver skyline is its snow-capped mountains. In Vancouver, you can experience summer and winter on the same day! Start with a morning on the slopes at one of the nearby ski hills, then hit the beach for an afternoon relaxing by the water. After, try some delicious meals from all around the world and discover why Vancouver is the culinary capital of Canada.