Brrrave a visit to the artic as the excitement begins as soon as you board the ship. Travel from port to port and enjoy loads of exciting port adventures for the whole family to enjoy including whale watching and dog sledding to name a few.
As you venture into the Pacific and past Canada you will find Alaska, a country at the frontier of unspoilt natural beauty with historic fishing towns, natural wonders and captivating wildlife. Visit fjords, waterfalls and glaciers whilst you witness bears, humpback whales and rare species of fish in their natural habitat. Travel through the unspoilt Inside Passage to Alaskan’s most historic and hidden beauties. Enjoy lush green forests and spectacular wildlife across the towering mountains in this fascinating Native American location. Although the northern lights and aurora borealis are not on the itinerary, you will are guaranteed not to be disappointed.
The average temperature ranges from 7-17 degrees during the summer with the cruise setting sail from Vancouver.
Ports of call include:
Bar Harbor, Maine - a summer colony with an island refuge grants charming, maritime discoveries for visitors.
Charlottetown, Canada - the birthplace of the Canadian Confederation shimmers with singing sands and luxurious golf courses.
Halifax, Canada - this port of call offers visitors the bustle of a city, the vibrancy of a town and the serenity of its many provincial parks.
Hubbard Glacier, Alaska - gaze in awe at at a 600 ft natural wonder and soak up the sights and sounds of wildlife as you drift through Disenchantment Bay.
Icy Strait Point, Alaska - home to the world's largest Tlingit village, rugged beauty and an authentic Alaskan experience for visitors.
Juneau, Alaska - this capital city thrills nature lovers with its rugged mountains, sweeping glaciers and temperature rainforests.
Ketchikan, Alaska - this frontier town boasts historic totem poles, a proud Native American tradition and incomparable natural beauty.
New York, USA - the Big Apple is bustling with excitement and surrounds visitors with iconic sights, from Central Park to Ellis Island.
Skagway, Alaska - this small town steeped in history features charming period buildings and the still-running White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad.
St. John's, Canada - this provincial capital city is considered to be the oldest British-founded colony in North America and blends big-city sophistication with small-town charm.
Sydney, Canada - the second-biggest city in Nova Scotia boasts many Orca whale sightings and puts you within reach of the scenic Cabot Trail and Louisburg Fortress.
Tracy Arm, Alaska - cruise through this pristine fjord amid spectacular Tongass National Forest and admire towering waterfalls, mammoth glaciers and majestic mountains from the ship.
Vancouver, Canada - this port of departure, British Columbia's largest city, blends the best of urban living with the great outdoors.
Please note: there are no firework displays on Alaskan sailings.
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