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Alaska Cruise Ships

A number of feature-packed luxury cruise ships voyage to the scenic state of Alaska througout the year. The best time to visit the region, however, is from May to September when the climate tends to be warmer.

Alaska is full of natural beauty and cruising along the coast aboard a luxury vessel is a great way to experience it.. You’ll see snow-capped mountain peaks, awe-inspiring glaciers and majestic wildlife around every turn and sailing aboard an opulent ship makes the experience all the more unforgettable, as you are lavished with every luxury you could possibly need.

Alaska Cruise Ships

There are a select few ship that sail to Alaska, each calling at different ports and offering a range of thrilling excursions. Here is a list of ship that are currently visiting the region.

  • Regent Seven SeasThe Seven Seas Mariner will be making her way to Alaska throughout the year, offering a number of different sailing’s to choose from. These itineraries include voyages from Vancouver to San Francisco and Anchorage to Vancouver, calling in ports such as Sitka, Ketchikan and Juneau.
  • SilverseaFrom May to September the Silver Shadow will be offering guests an unforgettable journey across Alaska. Some of the available destinations include Seward, Sitka, the Hubbard Glacier before sailing on to Vancouver.
  • Crystal CruisesCrystal Symphony will visit Alaska on one of her longer voyages, embarking from a range of destinations including Australia and Japan. Some of the ports of call include Dutch Harbour, Seward, Ketchikan and then onto Canada.
  • Oceania CruisesOceania Regatta is the ship to be heading to Alaska from April to May. Aboard this elegant vessel you could journey to Sitka, Ketchikan, Wrangell, Skagwell and onto Canada, where the ship will call at Victoria and Prince Rupert.
  • Seabourn CruisesExperience all the wonders of Alaska on-board Seabourn Sojourn. Aboard this ultra-luxury vessel you could journey to Seward, Anchorage and more. Enjoy voyages from May to September. 

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Why not make the most of your trip and add a land tour extension to your cruise? Available before or after your cruise, these land tours take you to remote regions of wilderness rarely seen by others, travelling by motor coach and custom-designed, glass-domed train cars with overnight stays in top city hotels and marvellous lodges.

Call today and speak to our dedicated Six Star Cruise Concierge team who will help create the cruises holiday you’ve always dreamed of. Don’t miss out on your chance to book an unforgettable voyage across Alaska and Canada.

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Whale watching in Alaska


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Donna Worsnip

Alaska offers a wide range of amazing outdoor experiences amongst some of the world's most inspiring scenery, including whale-watching trips, scenic hikes, wildlife spotting and even panning for gold!

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