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Alaska Cruises

On an Alaskan cruise you can enjoy the sheer beauty of the wilderness near the top of the world. From glaciers to snow-capped peaks, wild grizzly bears to cute reindeer, Alaska promises to delight and amaze.
  • Stunning Resurrection Bay
  • Grizzly Bear
  • Beautiful Glacier Bay
  • Alaskan Moose


Stunning Resurrection Bay

Cruises travelling to Alaska

09-May-2015 7 nights Alaska
Voyage of the Glaciers (Northbound) »
14-May-2015 7 nights Alaska
Vancouver, Canada to Seward, Alaska, USA »
16-May-2015 7 nights Alaska
Voyage of the Glaciers (Southbound) »
17-May-2015 7 nights Alaska
Inside Passage with Tracy Arm Fjord »
19-May-2015 6 nights Alaska
Voyage of the Glaciers (Northbound) »
21-May-2015 7 nights Alaska
Seward, Alaska, USA to Vancouver, Canada »
23-May-2015 7 nights Alaska
Voyage of the Glaciers (Northbound) »
23-May-2015 7 nights Alaska
Inside Passage with Tracy Arm Fjord »
24-May-2015 7 nights Alaska
Inside Passage with Tracy Arm Fjord »
25-May-2015 7 nights Alaska
Voyage of the Glaciers (Southbound) »

Highlights of Alaska

Alaska has sweeping mountain and glacial scenery, with vast tracts of wild places. Its largely pristine environment is a testament to nature. Cruising Alaska is on bucket lists the world over – and once you've been here, you'll understand why.

A few of the highlights of cruising Alaska:

  • On Alaska's south coast, Anchorage is one of the world's northernmost cities. Tucked between the foothills of the Chugach mountains and the sea, and lit by almost 20 hours of sunlight per day in summer, this has a magical atmosphere. The area is home to home to moose, brown and black bears, dall sheep, and many migratory bird species but the best bet for seeing bear in the wild is to tour to the Denali or Katmai National Parks.
  • Glacier Bay National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site with mountains reaching beyond 4,500 metres, protected coves, freshwater lakes and tidewater glaciers. This is a summer playground for migratory humpback whales and minke and killer whales are also found in the protected waters. Amid the seals, moose and bear have also been seen 'dogpaddling' in the bay! Even so – or perhaps because of this – hiking and kayaking in the area is an experience to treasure.
  • Skagway's population swelled in the late 1800s with the Yokon gold rush – from 2 to 20,000 in just a decade. Today this town trades on its historic building facades and sense of a bygone era. As a day trip you can enjoy a train ride on a section of the White Pass and Yukon Route which formerly transported miners to their gold. A regional tour by plane on a clear day is also a magical sight.

Featured Alaska Ports

Juneau, Alaska

Juneau, Alaska »

With access only by sea and air, Alaska's remote capital Juneau is surrounded by stunning waterways, verdant rainforests and spectacular mountain scenery.

Anchorage, Alaska

Anchorage, Alaska »

Sitting serenely on the doorstep of awe-inspiring majestic beauty, Anchorage boasts the luxuries of modern life with a spectacular natural setting demanding exploration.

Skagway, Alaska

Skagway, Alaska »

Step back in time to explore this remnant of a nineteenth century gold rush frontier town.

Ketchikan, Alaska

Ketchikan, Alaska »

Named after an indigenous dialect, Ketchikan continues to foster local artistic talent and in doing so has turned this Alaskan town into a major cultural destination. Admire the incredible collection of totem poles, purchase some art and appreciate the spectacular location.

Glacier Bay, Alaska

Glacier Bay, Alaska »

A pristine, unaffected marine and wilderness sanctuary, Glacier Bay offers solitude and contemplation away from modern life.

Vancouver, BC. Canada

Vancouver, BC. Canada »

Once referred to as Terminal City because of the city's final stop on the Canadian Pacific Railway, Vancouver is a significant destination that's worth travelling the extra distance.

Victoria, BC. Canada

Victoria, BC. Canada »

Relaxed yet confident, Victoria's heritage architecture, bustling harbour and gardens provide the perfect location for a final fix of civilisation before embarking on a wilderness expedition untouched by man.

Hubbard Glacier, Alaska

Hubbard Glacier, Alaska »

Despite feeding into Disenchantment Bay, we're confident you won't be disenchanted by the life-affirming Hubbard Glacier, the most active and longest tidal glacier in Alaska.


Be prepared for one season colder than the time you are traveling. This is especially important for those who travel early and late in the season. The average temperature range is from overnight lows of 4c to daytime temperatures of 17c. The Inside Passage has an annual rainfall of over 50inchs but Anchorage rainfall is only 16inch pa.

Cruise Season

The Alaska Cruise season begins in May and ends in September. Although July and August are the warmest months to experience these incredible sites, autumn and spring are the most fun, the most beautiful and the savings are the best.

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