Alaska Cruise deals

Alaska Cruises Alaska is one of the world's last great true frontiers, an unspoiled wilderness of glimmering glaciers, abundant forests, towering mountains, exotic wildlife, and waterfront communities and the best way to see it all is on an Alaska Cruise.

Canada's West Coast starts at Vancouver and covers the first third of what's known as the Inside Passage.The Alaskan portion of the Inside Passage, in the north, extends 500 miles (800 km) from north to south and 100 miles (160 km) from east to west. The area encompasses 1,000 islands, 15,000 miles (24,000 km) of shoreline and thousands of stunning coves and bays ending at Port Hardy. Apart from a short stretch of Open Ocean between Vancouver Island and Rivers Inlet, where the Central Coast archipelago begins, the route north to Prince Rupert leads through a narrow maze of channels, passes, and reaches. Passengers should keep their eyes peeled for a whale or dolphin in Queen Charlotte Sound. With luck you might even see a white-coated Kermode bear on Princess Royal Island's lengthy shoreline.

Alaska is a destination full of Native American culture and Russian influence, a step back in time to the days of gold rush saloons and oil booms. Alaska, simply put, is a once in a lifetime, dream holiday. The geography of Alaska also means that a cruise is simply the best way to experience the range of places, sights and towns of this amazing destination.

Alaska Cruise deals

There are a number of Alaska cruise deals available including:
  • 7 night roundtrip from Vancouver or Seattle, cruising through the inside passage northbound.
  • 7 night northbound cruise from Vancouver or Seattle.
  • 7 night Southbound from Whittler or Seward.
  • A 14 night ultimate Gulf of Alaska and Inside Passage round trip from Seattle.
  • At certain times of year it is possible to get cheap Alaska cruises so it is always wise to keep an eye out on our special offers, sign up for our email newsletter which features all our specials straight to your inbox


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There is certainly no shortage of choice when looking for an Alaska cruises!

We offer a range of specialty Alaska cruises, from small ship experiences, allowing you to get a lot closer to nature and most with specialist experts on board to answer any questions you may have regarding the regions flora and fauna.

Or if you want to a better general overview of the area as well as visiting a range of ports, a larger Alaska cruise ship can cover more territory giving you the experience of different cultures which make up the Inside Passage.

Inside Passage cruises normally begin and end in San Francisco, Seattle or Vancouver and combine a variety of ports on the Inside Passage including Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka incorporating scenic Alaska cruises to some of the regions amazing Glaciers. Stroll down Juneau's famed downtown district and view the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum. Traverse Sitka and see Castle Hill, the Russian Blockhouse, the Russian Bishop's Orthodox Cathedral and Victorian-style homes.

Alaska cruises from Vancouver to Anchorage allow passengers to extend their cruise holiday and visit some of the key attractions of the State including Kodiak Island, Denali National Park, Fairbanks and more. Don't miss out on the Whale watching leaving from Vanvouver

If you fancy the best of both worlds some Alaska cruises combine an Inside Passage cruise with a ocean crossing to Hawaii or a West Coast Cruise down to Los Angeles, San Diego or Mexico.

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.

Main ports

  • Inside Passage
  • Vancouver
  • Seattle
  • San Francisco
  • Anchorage
  • Kodiak
  • Anchorage
  • Skagway
  • Juneau


Weather

Alaska cruises are usually in protected waters Alaska Cruise conditions are usually smooth but be prepared for one season colder than the time you are travelling. 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.

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