1Embark in Juneau, AK
Begin your cruise with a complimentary excursion through the streets of Juneau, learning about the gold rush era, and a trip to Mendenhall Glacier – a half mile wide, with ice 1000 feet deep! Learn more about the glacier at the Visitor’s Center.
This town was pivotal during the Gold Rush of 1897, known as the ‘Gateway to the Yukon’! You can choose to ride the rails on a tour to White Pass and Klondike Highway, or choose to stay in Skagway with a Street Car tour of the city. *Passport may be required for some excursions.
Our stop in Haines offers many ways to view the natural wonders of Alaska! On the complimentary ‘Nature and Wildlife Expedition’, local naturalists will take you to the ‘Valley of the Eagles’, with six wildlife habitats, home to bald eagles, brown bears, seals, river otters, and more. The complimentary Historic Haines tour will lead you deeper into Alaskan history, from the days of the Tlingit to the modern challenges of remote Alaskan living. Or you can choose the Signature Shore Tours that explore the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve by raft, or Chilkoot Lake’s wildlife habitat by kayak! Both options highlight the magnificent landscapes of Alaska, from glaciers to snow-capped mountains, and all the lakes, rivers, rainforests and waterfalls in between!
4Glacier Bay, AK
3.3 million acres. How much of Glacier Bay can you explore in one day? A National Park Service Ranger will join us onboard today to guide us through Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. Miles of coastline, filled abundantly with wildlife, including orcas, humpback whales, brown bears and bald eagles. Our ship will stop right in front of a tidewater glacier and we may see and hear the magnificent sounds of a calving glacier! A Huna Tlingit Cultural Interpreter will also come onboard to share the history and family stories of the native people of Glacier Bay.
5Glacier Bay, AK
Enjoy Day 2 of the National Park. Take advantage of the Park Ranger's time onboard to ask all the questions you can think of.
This fishing village has a strong Norwegian heritage. Take a complimentary walking tour of the town, learning about its rich heritage, the art and Rosemaling that decorate the town, and visit the Clausen Museum, home to artifacts and photographs of the region. For a Signature Shore Tour, ask our agents about heading out on a fishing charter tour – half a day of salmon fishing in Alaska!
As gateway to Misty Fjords National Monument, Ketchikan has two fantastic nicknames: 'Yosemite of the North' and 'Salmon Capital of the World'!
The city of Wrangell sits on the Stikine River. History is everywhere, including the Petroglyph Beach and rock carvings. You'll be fascinated by the petroglyph demonstration. Or head to the river for a jet boat tour to see more wildlife, including deer, bears and bald eagles!
9Cruising the Inside Passage & Frederick Sound
Enjoy an easy day of relaxing onboard, watching the splendid scenery roll by. Keep your ears open for announcements by the crew of passing wildlife.
10Tracy Arm, AK
1500 foot high cliffs – that’s the breathtaking views of Tracy Arm! An expert naturalist will join us onboard to point out sights along the way, including the waterfalls cascading down the fjord, the mile wide South Sawyer Glacier, and the seals hanging out on ice floes.
11Disembark in Juneau, AK