Whether it is your first cruise to Alaska or your fifth, the wonders never cease to amaze, from towering glaciers and chiseled granite cliffs to miles of forested shores and waters teeming with marine life. Princess has been sailing these waters for decades and we take more people to Alaska than any other cruise line. Join us in 2018 on an extraordinary adventure and see why we’ve been awarded “Best Cruise Line in Alaska” for nine consecutive years by Travel Weekly.
Voyages of the Glacier: People come to Alaska to see glaciers and our top-rated Voyage of the Glaciers 7-day cruise, between Vancouver, B.C., and Anchorage (Whittier) offers two glacier-viewing experiences, including Glacier Bay National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and either massive Hubbard Glacier or College Fjord. You’ll also visit three gold-rush era towns, including Icy Strait Point on all Northbound Island Princess voyages.
Round-trip Cruises: Princess offers 7-day sailings from Seattle and Vancouver, B.C., several times each week from May to September. And only Princess offers departures from Los Angeles (12 days) and San Francisco (10 days) that sail Alaska’s famed Inside Passage with a day of glacier viewing and at least three ports of call.
Get to know Alaska on board: Only Princess offers North to Alaska, our award-winning enrichment program that brings local personalities on board, like lumberjacks, Iditarod champions and storytellers, to share their insights on what it’s like to live in the Great Land. Guests will also be delighted to meet sled dog puppies in the Piazza, and dine on Signature Alaska Cuisine, and if you hook it on a Princess excursions, we’ll cook it in our galley to your liking with “Cook My Catch!”
MORE ASHORE: With our "More Ashore" port calls on select sailings shown in blue below, guests have more time to explore with a departure of 9 p.m. or later. On all Northbound Voyage of the Glaciers and round-trip Seattle Inside Passage sailings guests will enjoy late-night departures from Alaska’s capital of Juneau, as well as from Icy Strait Point on all Northbound Island Princess voyages.
Alaska is an incredibly popular cruise destination and the best pricing is available if you can book a year in advance. You can also take advantage of any current promotions Princess is offering. Deposits can be moved to another cruise, and are fully refundable under certain conditions.
Professional Travel Service, Inc., is offering group rates on most Alaska departures through our membership in Ensemble travel consortium.
Both the Ruby Princess (departing Fridays) and the Emerald Princess (departing Saturdays) travel round trip from Seattle on a weekly basis during the summer.
Per person fares start at:
Inside cabin: $849
Outside cabin: $1299
Balcony cabin: $1599
Prices are generally lower in May and September. Taxes and port fees are additional and vary by voyage.
If you are considering an Alaska cruise, contact us soon, we'd love to help you find the best voyage for you!
Interested? Call today for more information! 800-275-9876 or 425-827-5656