Princess Cruises To Alaska
Voted ‘The Best Cruise Line in Alaska’ eleven years in a row at the prestigious Travel Weekly Readers Choice Awards, cruising Alaska with Princess Cruises is the preferred choice of many cruise enthusiasts.
Princess Cruises effortlessly combine exciting tour options and a uniquely-inviting onboard ambience to ensure their guests really do get the most from their Alaska cruise.
Princess’s Alaska itineraries commence in May and run until September. In 2017 and 2018 Princess will be offering their Alaska cruises on a choice of several ships - so you're bound to find the ideal choice for you. You can view the full schedule of Princess’s Alaska cruises below or you can view our Alaska Cruise Tours digital brochure by clicking here.
Princess Cruises Alaska Cruise Itineraries
Princess Cruises really do offer superb Alaska itineraries and there are various options available for you to choose from: 7-day cruises from Seattle or Vancouver; 10-day cruises from San Francisco; 7-day cruises from Vancouver or Anchorage; and a 7-day Alaskan cruise from Anchorage or Vancouver which also offers 3-8 night land tour programmes.
These superb itinerary offerings include some of Alaska’s best loved ports, including Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, Tracy Arm Fjord (for scenic cruising), Glacier Bay National Park (for scenic cruising), and Hubbard Glacier (for scenic cruising), as well as unique extras such as Princess Cruises owned lodge stays on the land & sea vacation options.
Princess Cruises Alaska Shore Excursions
Shore excursions in Alaska are a big thing with Princess Cruises, so you can expect nothing but the very best adventures both shore-side and during the lines land tours.
Typical shore excursions include: Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre in Anchorage; White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad, Dog Sledding and a visit to the Red Onion Saloon in Skagway – the Red Onion Saloon was Skagway’s most exclusive bordello during the Gold Rush days and is now a National Historic Building; Whale watching and Mount Roberts Tramway in Juneau; and Totem Bight State Park in Ketchikan.
As mentioned, Princess Cruises also offer an extensive selection of land & sea vacation options, where guests can extend their cruise with 3-8 night land tours both pre and/or post cruise. Land tours offer wonderful trips across the Rocky Mountains and in-depth visits to Denali National Park. To give you an example, a 7-day post-cruise Denali land tour will often include accommodation in a Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge and Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge, motorcoach transfers between destinations and access to one of America’s best national parks. It really is an incredible experience and one that we would highly recommend.
You can also view our collection of Alaska Cruise Tours on our website by clicking here.
Book your Princess Cruises Alaska voyage with The Cruise Line
If you are looking for a luxury Alaska cruise we highly recommend you contact us today for details on our Princess Cruises Alaska cruise collection. Founded in 1993, The Cruise Line has established a reputation for offering clients outstanding customer service alongside highly competitive pricing and special offers.
Many of our Cruise Experts have first-hand experience of cruising with Princess Cruises and would be delighted to offer you impartial advice with a view to securing the right cruise for you during the next Alaska cruise season. For further details, please call one of our Cruise Experts on 0800 008 6677.
Alternatively, please select your preferred voyage from the selection below and make an online enquiry.