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Alaska Cruise

Cruise Itinerary (north bound)

Vancouver (Canada)-Ketchikan-Juneau-Skagway-Icy Strait (Hoonah)-Hubbard Glacier-Seward (Alaska)

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Hubbard Glacier: see the detailed report of one of the highlights of the cruise

Cruiseterminal in Juneau, the capital of Alaska.

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Alaska Cruise

Southeast Alaska, known as The Inside Passage, is an area of lush rainforest, deep blue fjords, rich flora and fauna and an an interesting history. The best way to travel in this area is by cruise! Our cruise departs from the Canadian city of Vancouver for a seven day journey of more than 1,900 miles.The deep waters of the fjord shores offer the ship the possibility to sail close to the coast so we can enjoy the most pristine landscapes and stunning views. En route we visit some interesting places: Ketchikan ("salmon capital" of the world), the capital of Juneau, Skagway (known from the "Klondike Gold Rush") and Icy Strait (Hoonah). Aboard the ship we enjoy luxury and comfort!One of the highlights of the cruise is the passage through the Yukatat Bay to the Hubbard Glacier, the largest tidewater glacier in North America, which flows into the bay.