Seabourn Alaska Cruises 2017
In 2017, Seabourn will be returning to Alaska for the first time in 15 years - book now for the ultimate ultra-luxury cruise in 'The Great Land'.
Seabourn's 2017 Alaska programme offers you a choice of 3 different itineraries across 9 dates departing throughout the region's spring/summer season. Ranging from 11 to 14 nights and sailing from either Seward or Vancouver, there really is no better way of experiencing the natural splendors of Alaska and British Columbia.
All of Seabourn's Alaska cruises set sail aboard Seabourn Sojourn, a beautiful 450 guest capacity ship that is perfect for traversing both the calm waters of the Inside Passage and the slightly more unpredictable seas found around the Gulf of Alaska.
Offering a truly all-inclusive six-star onboard experience, Sojourn is rated as a five-star ship by the famous Berlitz Cruise Guide and you can look forward to enjoying Seabourn's signature blend of award-winning service, spacious surroundings and world-class dining options throughout the duration of your Alaskan voyage.
Seabourn's 2017 Alaska Itineraries
Every Alaska itinerary with Seabourn has been designed to showcase the regions' most spectacular sights and scenery; from the breath-taking Misty Fjords to cosmopolitan Anchorage.
Ultimate Alaskan Sojourn - 11 Days, Vancouver to Seward (Anchorage)
Itinerary: Vancouver, Ketchikan, Wrangell, Sitka, Tracy Arm & Endicott Arm, Haines, Juneau, Ice Strait Point, Seward (Anchorage).
Departure dates: 1st June 2017 | 26th June 2017 | 21st July 2017 | 15th August 2017
Ultimate Glacier & Fjord Adventure - 14 Days, Seward (Anchorage) to Vancouver
Itinerary: Seward (Anchorage), Aialik Glacier/Chiswell Islands, Icy Strait Point, Juneau, Haines, Tracy Arm & Endicott Arm, Sitka, Wrangell, Behm Narrows, Ketichikan, Prince Rupert, Grenville Channel, Klemtu, Alert Bay, Johnstone Strait, Seymour Narrows, Vancouver.
Departure dates: 12th June 2017 | 7th July 2017 | 1st August 2017 | 26th August 2017
Ultimate Alaska & Inside Passage - 12 days, Vancouver Roundtrip
Itinerary: Vancouver, Queen Charlotte Sound, Sitka, Icy Strait Point, Juneau, Tracy Arm & Endicott Arm, Wrangell, Behm Narrows, Rudyerd Bay (Misty Fjords), Prince Rupert, Grenville Channel, Klemtu, Alert Bay, Johnstone Strait, Vancouver.
Departure date: 9th September 2017
Why choose Seabourn for your 2017 Alaska cruise?
Along with the Caribbean and Mediterranean, Alaska is one of the world's most frequently visited cruise destinations. If you are thinking about an Alaska cruise in 2017 and not sure which line to choose, then here are a few reasons why we highly recommend Seabourn:
- Expert guidance from Seabourn's Expedition Team
- Excursion programmes curated by Robin West, Seabourn's Manager of Expeditions & Planning
- Inspirational lectures from Seabourn's onboard guest speakers
- Frequent opportunities to see Alaska's amazing wildlife at close quarters; from the ship and ashore
- Exclusive deck events including Seabourn's famed "Caviar on the Ice"
All guests will also receive complimentary all-weather jackets for the trip - perfect for keeping the elements at bay!
Enhance your Alaska experience with Ventures by Seabourn
Seabourn's return to Alaska also heralds the introduction of Ventures by Seabourn; a new series of kayak and zodiac excursions in select ports of call. Seabourn's Ventures programme is a great way to really explore several of Alaska's hidden gems at close quarters and each expedition is guided by an experienced team of scientists, lecturers and naturalists.
In 2017, selected Alaska cruises with Seabourn will be guided by Matt. J Dolan, who once achieved the remarkable feat of kayaking Alaska's entire Inside Passage, from Seattle to Glacier Bay National Park - more than 1,300 miles!
Find out more or make an enquiry
For more information regarding Seabourn's Alaska cruises or for the latest fares and availability, please call our Cruise Experts on 0800 008 6677. Alternatively, please select your preferred voyage and make an online enquiry.