SAVE up to $1200 Exploring the Alaskan Frontier with Crystal Cruises

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Exploring the Alaskan Frontier

+ SAVE up to $1200 Per Suite 

 

ALL IN PRICE: $3930 USD PER PERSON (CATEGORY E2)

DEPARTURE DATES: AUG 10th 2019- Aug 20th 2019

LIST OF BENEFITS:

  • OPEN BARS & LOUNGES With Complimentary Fine Wines, Champagnes, Spirits & Specialty Coffees
  • MICHELIN-INSPIRED CUISINE In Up To 10 Venues Plus 24-Hour In-Suite Dining
  • SPECIALTY DINING Including Umi Uma® by Chef Nobu
  • ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT
  • UNLIMITED WI-FI
  • PRE-PAID GRATUITIES

HURRY! OFFER ENDS ON APRIL 30TH 2019

Itinerary

Day 1: VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA

Discover the vibrancy of this British Columbia cosmopolitan. Vancouver has eclectic neighbors to explore, exquisite seafood, and the largest natural park in North America.

Day 2: CRUISING THE INSIDE PASSAGE

(Photo of Crystal Symphony Seabreeze Penthouse) 

Day 3: CRUISING TRACY ARM

(Photo of the entertainment)

Day 4: HAINES 

(Photo of Medenhall Glacier, Juneau, Alaska)

 

Day 5: JUNEAU, ALASKA

This Gold Rush city is not only the capital of Alaska, but an epicenter of Alaskan history, culture, music, and food. Here, enjoy endless attractions, activities, and unimaginable glaciers, only accessible by air or sea.

Day 6: HOONAH, ALASKA

The Tlingit people gave Hoonah not only its name, which means “where the north wind doesn’t blow,— but also an interesting culture and history with roots going back hundreds of years. Today, carvings and totem sites, including the Huna Tribal House Carving Project in the middle of town, present local legends in fascinating color and detail. Located in Alaska’s panhandle 30 miles west of Juneau, Hoonah also offers an abundance of what this northerly clime is known for: scenery and wildlife. Pick your statistic and chances are Hoonah holds top honors. For instance, a record 161 humpback whales were identified near Hoonah in 2007. The current record-holding coho salmon was reeled in at the nearby Icy Strait, and a 440-pound world-record halibut was also caught in these environs. As for the area’s four-footed creatures, Chichagof Island (on which Hoonah is situated) is home to the world’s largest brown bear population. No matter how you look at it, Hoonah is a rugged paradise not to be missed.

 

(Photo of Grizzly Beas in Hoonah, Alaska)

Day 7: SITKA, ALASKA

Arrive at Russia’s former New World capital. This historic island chain features Sitka Historic National Park, green-tufted landscapes, and St. Michael’s Cathedral, built in the 1800’s. This is an unusual stop for travelers, so enjoy a rare and unforgettable experience.

Day 8: KETCHIKAN, ALASKA

Paddle a kayak on sheltered waters, take a floatplane to a remote mountain lake or try your hand at sportfishing in Ketchikan, salmon capital of the world and a paradise for fishermen and nature-lovers alike. A quiet city with rich Indian heritage, it hosts the world's largest collection of authentic totem poles at Totem Bight as well as a rustic boardwalk, quaint restaurants perched on stilts above the water, and scores of fascinating shops and spectacular views from every vantage point. 

 

(Photo of Ketchikan, Alaska)

Day 9: CRUISING QUEEN CHARLOTTE SOUND

Day 10: VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Discovered by Captain Cook over two centuries ago, the lovely city of Victoria has successfully nurtured its English ambiance and heritage. Wonderful legacies are preserved with bright red double-decker buses and the delicious tradition of high tea. Shops brim with tartans, china, silver and antiques. From the landmark Empress Hotel to the impressive Parliament Buildings, city streets are filled with gracious architecture. A glorious profusion of colorful flowers abounds within the hanging baskets on every lamppost and at the world-famous Butchart Gardens. Victoria is an atmospheric city which brims with old-world charm.

Day 11: VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Discover the vibrancy of this British Columbia cosmopolitan. Vancouver has eclectic neighbors to explore, exquisite seafood, and the largest natural park in North America.

Fares are per person in U.S. dollars, based on double occupancy for the first two full-fare guests in stateroom or suite, include applicable Book Now Savings, and include taxes, fees or port charges which vary by departure. All fares and savings vary by category and departure date. *Book Now Savings Promotion applies to new bookings made between March 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019 on select sailings only, is capacity controlled subject to availability, and may not be combinable with other offers. Ask for details. Solo Fares and Optional Personal Select Air Program are available upon request. Ask for details. All itineraries, fares, programs, promotions policies are subject to change at the discretion of Crystal Cruises. Crystal Cruises reserves the right to correct errors or omissions and to change any and all fares, fees, promotions and programs at any time with or without notice. Fares listed are for E2 and are subject to change without notice. Unavailable rooms may be waitlisted. Waitlist will be cleared at Crystal’s discretion.

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