8-day Voyage of the Glaciers
"Full Gulf of Alaska"

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Sailing aboard the beautiful

July 27 - August 3, 2019 


Cruise Package Prices INCLUDING:

* Round-trip airfare from Salt Lake
* 8-day luxury Alaska Voyage of the Glaciers "Full Gulf" Cruise
* All port charges and All government fees
* Airline taxes and Roundtrip ship/airport transfers
* On-Board Tips PAID IN FULL!

Plus: An experienced Alaska Cruise Escort with you from Salt Lake!

When you add it all together, you'll quickly see that this is 
the best Alaska cruise tour value available!


$2485.00 per person dbl occ., INSIDE Cabin 
* Includes ROUNDTRIP airfare from Salt Lake

$3365.00 per person dbl occ., WINDOW Cabin 
* Includes ROUNDTRIP airfare from Salt Lake

$3685.00 per person dbl occ., BALCONY Cabin 
* Includes ROUNDTRIP airfare from Salt Lake

* Pay by check/cash discounted prices.

Credit cards + 3.2%


* Alaska Price Guarantee! If the cruise line drops prices before final payment,
you will automatically get the lower rate! Book today!

Port and Scenic Sailing information:

Inside Passage: Glistening within Alaska’s Panhandle, thisprotected strip of water is a cruiser’s dream. As viewed from the sea, the towering glaciers, the brilliant blue ice, the emerald green of the virgin forests and the diamond-bright waterfalls combine to dazzle all who pass along these shorelines.

Ketchikan: This favorite port of call boasts an outside museum of native art that is considered the largest collection of totem poles in the world. For this reason Ketchikan is recognized as one of the top 100 arts communities in America. This is also one of Alaska’s best fishing spots!

Juneau: This beautiful Alaskan capital is just 13 miles from the majestic Mendenhall Glacier and enjoy views of Juneau Icefield, Lynn Canal and Stephens Passage. Ride the Mt. Roberts Tramway.

Skagway: You can hear the cries of “gold in the Yukon” still echoing from steep canyon walls that surround this lively, historical city. You’ll want to visit the famous Historic District, Gold Rush Cemetery, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Trail of ’98 Museum and the White Pass & Yukon Route narrow-gauge railroad.

Glacier Bay: This spectacular National Park displays snow-and ice-covered mountain peaks, nine narrow fjords, coastal islands, harbors and numerous glaciers that extend tidewater. The park's diverse wildlife includes colonies of seabirds, migrating geese, whales, sea lions, eagles and bears.

Kenai Peninsula: Littered with glaciers on its East side, Cook Inlet on its West and rivers famous for salmon fishing, The Kenai is one of the most scenic peninsulas in the world.

College Fjord: Tucked into the northwest corner of Prince William Sound, College Fjord has a collection of over a dozen glaciers (one is 2 -1/2 miles wide) named after Ivy League colleges. This site is known by Alaskans to have some of the best glacier viewing in the state.

Anchorage: This cosmopolitan city is a scenic bus journey from the port of Whittier. It is Alaska's largest city yet remainsan atmosphere of the old Alaskan Frontier.

Your cruise itinerary

Day 1 - Salt Lake City/Vancouver
Day 2 - Inside Passage Sailing
Day 3 - Ketchikan
Day 4 - Juneau
Day 5 - Skagway
Day 6 - Glacier Bay National Park
Day 7 - College Fjord Cruising
Day 8 - Whitier, Anchorage/Salt Lake


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