Alaska Vacation Cruise Ship Packages
A Guide to Sea & Land Tours ~
Sightseeing Tours of the Last Frontier by Cruise Ship
A ship cruise up the inside passage of Canada to Alaska in unsurpassed luxury and comfort while watching whales and glaciers come into view from your private veranda is truly spectacular and for many the cruise of a lifetime. With over 30,000 miles of shoreline, an Alaskan cruise is perhaps the best way to see the grandeur of Alaska's wilderness and enjoy the land of the midnight sun from the comfortable base of a modern cruise liner.
With ports of call and shore excursions in such charming seaside towns as Ketchikan, Sitka, Juneau, Skagway, Homer and Seward, you will have the opportunity to experience and explore nearby glaciers and see Alaska wildlife up close and personal. Almost all tours include visits to Glacier Bay National Park.
Alaskan cruises range from the very affordable to more expensive luxury cruises and range from 7 to 14 days. All cruise lines offer a combination sea cruise with a land tour of coastal areas or into the interior of Alaska sometimes called a cruisetour. Land tours frequently include trips to Denali National Park and Mt. McKinley, North America's tallest mountain. Most cruise ship lines are geared to cater to families and offer special programs for children to delight and entertain them while also providing great educational opportunities.
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State of Alaska Cruises. Alaska is renown for it's wildlife viewing and there is no better way to view it while traveling than on one of the ocean going ferry boats operated by the state of Alaska. This transportation system, which is called the Alaska Marine Highway System, runs along the roadless coastline from Bellingham, Washington, up the Inside Passage along the shores of British Columbia to Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Whittier, Seward and many other coastal cities of Alaska. So, bring your camera and your sense of adventure to explore the Last Frontier by water up the Inside Passage, out along the Aleution Islands, or even just a short ferry ride from Homer to Kodiak. Read more >>>
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