Alaska Cruises

Cruises to Alaska

The 49th State, the largest in the U.S., is perfect for cruisers, with numerous opportunities to appreciate its vast natural beauty. Sail along the Inside Passage to visit the immense ice formations of Glacier Bay and Icy Strait, as well popular ports such as Ketchikan, Skagway and Juneau, the only U.S. state capital that's not accessible by car. Or travel further north to the Kenai Peninsula and nearby Anchorage, a perfect jumping off point for cruisetours to Denali, Fairbanks and Canada's Yukon. Maybe you'll see a bear!

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  • Amazing Alaska
    Took this trip with 10 other people, including one 12 year old. Embarkation and Disembarkation went well but was slightly confusing as there appeared to be both cruisers coming and going in the same area in Seattle especially upon arriving back. ... Read more
  • A good deal always has some items/events that will blind side you. Our first day aboard felt like third world as crew hounded and begged for you to purchase drink packages. My first encounter lasted three to four minutes as the staff member ... Read more
  • We feel very fortunate as the weather held out for three beautiful days in Alaska ports, leading to a great week on the Explorer. Boarding was easy - less than 20 minutes once we actually made it to the entry. There was a navy vessel in town ... Read more
  • Great service, good food.
    We chose this cruise because we were able to get our "suite " using Marriott Vacation Club points. We were in a Sky Suite which is merely a large room with a small balcony. The service made up for any deficiencies in the room. The suite ... Read more
  • First Cruise/Fabulous Experience
    I read all of the reviews I could find to select the best cruise for my family. I didn't want a huge ship with crowded facilities and screaming children. Although this cruise was pricey, the cruise discourages tips, and everything is included. ... Read more
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  • The cruise industry is trending towards larger ships, but the applause during the "Meet the Captain" session for the smaller size of HAL's venerable 1500-person Volendam shows that there's much to be said for this class of ship. And this ... Read more
  • Very disappointed in many ways. First, the ship is dirty-very dirty. The windows in restaurants and main floors are not washed..saw the same load of bird poop on deck 5 all week. LaCucina's windows were disgusting. In the observation deck men's ... Read more