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||Juneau, Alaska — Embarkation
Welcome aboard! Meet your crew and get acquainted as we set sail for the Tracy Arm Wilderness.
| Day 2
||Tracy Arm Wilderness / Frederick Sound
At the end of Tracy Arm, a winding fjord with sheer granite walls and large floating icebergs, sits the twin Sawyer Glaciers. Explore Frederick Sound—summer feeding ground for humpback whales. Keep watch for humpbacks, orca, and Steller sea lions.
| Day 3
Choose kayaking and a forest trek on a scenic backcountry trail. Discover the origin of its "Devil's Country" nickname and hear legends about the area’s mythical shape-shifting creatures called Kushtaka.
| Day 4
||Glacial Landscapes / Wrangell Narrows
In an area known for glaciers and rich in gold and quartz, natural beauty is today's setting for kayaking, paddle boarding, skiffing, or trekking. Bright red and green navigation lights guide you along “Christmas Tree Lane” as you cruise the winding Wrangell Narrows.
| Day 5
Home to native culture, wildlife, and wonder—Wrangell is one of the oldest towns in Alaska. Brush up on your Tlingit culture and view recently carved totem poles at Kiksetti Totem Park. Wander past the fishing marina to the famed and historically significant Chief Shakes Tribal House. Touch Wrangell's storied past at the artifact-filled museum.
| Day 6
||Behm CanalWildlife abounds in Behm Canal and the surrounding Tongass National Forest—orca, porpoise, seals, sea lions, brown and black bears, mink, marten, eagles, and otters. Paddle along pristine waterways or venture out on an intertidal shore walk.
| Day 7
||Misty Fjords National Monument
Home to nearly every ecosystem in Southeast Alaska—stunning glacial valleys filled with seawater, untouched wetlands and estuaries, and 3,000-foot vertical cliffs that are a haven for wildlife. Soak in the splendor of this largely unknown corner of the world with an up-close look at this majestic, 2.3 million-acre wilderness.
| Day 8
Alaska’s southernmost city and “salmon capital of the world” also claims fame to having the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles. Explore Tlingit culture and the notorious Creek Street, once a red-light district in downtown Ketchikan.
| Day 9
||Canada’s Inside Passage
Take in the pure, wilderness air and see how many bald eagles you can spot from the deck. Intricate waterways and fjords alongside temperate rainforests and mountains are ideal for sightings of orca and other wildlife as you sail through Canada's Inside Passage.
| Day 10
||Canada’s Inside Passage
Native influences have shaped these sparsely-populated islands and communities. Enjoy onboard presentations and narration by your Expedition Leaders who will unlock the natural history of the area.
| Day 11
||Canada's Inside PassagePass the ghost town of Butedale, on British Columbia's Princess Royal Island, before passing Prince Rupert, BC and crossing the US/Canadian border into Washington State.
| Day 12
||Friday Harbor, Washington
In quaint Friday Harbor, discover its maritime history, art galleries, and a fascinating Whale Museum. Keep watch while on board today for the resident orca pods.
| Day 13
||San Juan Islands
Cruise into US waters and weave through Washington State's serene San Juan Islands—an archipelago of islands first charted by the Spanish in 1791. Exploring its bays, inlets, and beaches, you'll gunkhole close to shore by skiff or kayak and on land by foot.
| Day 14
Explore the intricate coastal waterways. Shaped and molded by the last ice age, forested islands dot the seascape of this yachter's paradise.
| Day 15
||Seattle — Disembark
Transit the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks into Fishermen's Terminal and disembark after breakfast. Transfer directly to the Seattle airport or begin your add-on overnight stay.
Due to the nature of our explorations, itineraries are guidelines and will change in order to maximize wildlife and natural encounters. Variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur.
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