to September Princess Cruises ALASKA 2014 Cruises and Land & Sea
See all the best of Alaska, only with Princess®
Alaska Cruises. They're Not Just A Vacation. They're
The Time Of Your Life!
invite you to experience Alaska as only Princess® can show you.
Princess Land & sea vacations bring more people to Alaska than
any other cruise line. You’ll see all the Great Land’s glaciers,
wildlife and national parks from the perspective of spectacular
ships, exclusive rail and Princess®-owned wilderness lodges.
A majestic mountain peak, a soaring eagle, an ice-blue glacier…
these are but a few of the iconic sights of a place named
“Alyeska” – the Great Land – by the native Aleutian people. This
is Alaska, with its sprawling national parks, quaint Gold Rush
towns, pristine streams and shores where bears fish for salmon
and whales can be seen offshore. When you visit with Princess®,
you’ll have opportunities to see all the greatest attractions of
Crown Princess® makes
her debut as our largest
ship ever in Alaska.
Over 23 Alaska land &
sea vacation options
featuring both Glacier
Bay and Denali National
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It’s like you’ve always imagined, only better – a
land of epic attractions where superlatives aren’t
enough to capture the majesty of its towering
mountains, sparkling waters and Ice-Age glaciers.
Only Princess® offers such a variety of ways to see
the Great Land that
ensures your vacation is a dream come true.
Land & sea adventures that combine a 7-day cruise with multiple
days on land, each visiting the state’s top two wilderness
attractions – Glacier Bay and Denali National Parks.
Exclusive Princess®-owned and operated wilderness lodges located
near some of Alaska’s best national parks, including Denali,
Kenai Fjords and Wrangell-St. Elias, at 13.2 million acres, the
largest park in the U.S.
Direct-to-the-Wilderness® rail service – a Princess® exclusive –
takes you between your ship and their Denali-area lodges the
very same day, for more time at Denali and less time in transit.
Dazzling scenery-filled cruises visit glaciers, pristine
waterways and frontier-era ports. The Voyage of the Glaciers
itinerary is the
only cruise to offer Glacier Bay National Park and a second
glacier viewing experience, in either College Fjord or
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So incredibly beautiful,
you'll think you stepped
into a painting. This is
Alaska for 2014 as seen
from the panoramic
perspective of your
dazzling Princess cruise
glaciers are natures
draw and Alaska's
waterways reveal more of
these thrilling Ice Age
giants than anywhere
else on earth.
Alaska's Inside Passage
is one of the most
scenic sea-lanes in the
world, home to bald
eagles, whales, sea
lions, otters, brown
bears, mountain goats
and flocks of seabirds.
Plus you'll visit a
variety of flavorful
ports of call full of
rich history and native
culture. Explore more of
Alaska by both sea and
land in one seamless
vacation, plan an
authentic vacation that
goes beyond the
expected. Think wild,
and search for bear,
moose and caribou in
Denali. Feel a part of
lifestyle as you visit
port communities of
Skagway, Icy Strait
Point, Sitka or Haines.
Or join in Fairbanks'
Midnight Sun events
during summer solstice.
In Alaska, our Cruise
Tours give you hundreds
of unique moments to
capture, keep and
Glacier Bay National Park features several monumental tidewater
glaciers, including the massive 21-mile-long Marjorie Glacier.
This pristine 3.2-million-acre park is a highlight of all Voyage
of the Glaciers sailings and more than half of the Inside
College Fjord, in Prince William Sound, boasts 16 breathtaking
tidewater glaciers named after Ivy League and Seven Sisters
schools, like Harvard, Vassar and Yale, while Hubbard Glacier is
the longest tidewater glacier in Alaska.
Found at the headwaters of the narrow and beautiful Tracy Arm
Fjord are the epic twin Sawyer Glaciers.
Other glaciers in Alaska invite exploration, from Juneau’s
famous “urban” Mendenhall Glacier and the Matanuska Glacier en
route to Copper River to those glaciers you can land on via
helicopter or plane, hike or kayak to, or flightsee above.
There are certain things in Alaska you
must experience – salmon fishing in a
quiet river, watching a family of bears
forage for berries, or admiring a Native
craftsman carving a totem pole. And you
won’t miss a thing with nearly
100 land excursion tours and over 150
shore excursions visiting each
area’s best attractions.
By land, embark on a wildlife safari to spot Denali’s “big five”
– bear, wolf, moose, caribou and Dall sheep – ride on a vintage
Gold Rush-era train or set out on an ATV excursion into the
By air, enjoy a thrilling landing on a glacier, sightsee by
helicopter or airplane, and even sail high above
forest canopy on a zipline.
• By sea, fish for halibut or king salmon, join a
whale watching cruise, set out with Bering Sea crab
fishermen, kayak through a fjord or snorkel in clear
• Uniquely Alaska adventures include watching a
lumberjack competition, attending a Native dance
performance, golfing on the open tundra or enjoying
an authentic salmon bake.
Many of Alaska’s Gold Rush-era towns
retain their frontier flavor, with
storefronts, wooden sidewalks, vintage
saloons, and the vibrant influence
of Native cultures.
These are places that exemplify the
friendly and unique character that has
always defined the Alaskan people.
Did You Know?
fishing camp and
rich heritage as
home of the
Monument is a
In Juneau, the charming state capital, you’ll find shops, cafés
and the storied Red Dog Saloon. Just outside town is the famous
urban Mendenhall Glacier.
Ketchikan, the self-proclaimed “Salmon Capital of the World,” is
situated around a vibrant harbor and famous Creek Street, where
shops and cafés abound.
Rustic Skagway retains its authenticity as the “Gateway to the
Yukon,” offering attractions such as a ride on a Gold Rush-era
railroad and lovingly restored storefronts, wooden sidewalks and
The “Golden Heart City” of Fairbanks, established with the
discovery of gold on the Chena and Tenana Rivers, is a feature
of the land portion of certain cruise tours and pairs frontier
charm with unique experiences like a sternwheeler riverboat
Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, is beautifully situated on the
Cook Inlet, and offers a scenic setting with shopping,
restaurants and cultural institutions such as the Anchorage
Museum at Rasmuson Center.
built between 1903 and 1923. And when
you travel between lodge and ship by
you’ll have a front-row seat for each
every dazzling vista.
Princess Rail is a feature of most land & sea vacations, with
many offering exclusive Direct-to-the-Wilderness® rail service
that takes you between your ship and the Denali area the very
same day, for more time enjoying the wilderness and less time in
Glass-domed rail cars with open-air observation platforms let
you take in all the splendor, watching for wildlife like bear,
eagles and moose.
Onboard rail guides provide expert commentary and point out
attractions like the 265-foot-tall Hurricane Gulch bridge and
the awe-inspiring Matanuska Valley.
You’ll enjoy the same trademark Princess® service you find on
their ships and in their lodges on your unforgettable rail
journey through Alaska’s heart.
Lording above the untouched forests,
pristine meadows, austere tundra and
abundant wildlife is North America’s
tallest peak, Mt. McKinley, the crown
jewel of dazzling Denali National Park.
And you can experience it all from the
unique perspective of two different
Princess® wilderness lodges and various
touring options at Denali on every land
& sea vacation.
Did You Know?
Most visitors to
Denali, want to
see four animals
The park is also
home to 37
marmots and Dall
sheep, to foxes
Alaska’s most popular destination, Denali National Park includes
over six million acres of natural wonders.
Monumental Mt. McKinley – at 20,320 feet – will inspire your
imagination. And you can explore the mountain from Princess
Denali-area lodges by helicopter, plane and hiking.
thriving wildlife preserve, Denali is home to grizzly and black
bears, herds of caribou,
Dall sheep, moose, wolf packs and 169 species of resident birds.
On most cruise tours, a tour into Denali National Park is
included. Choose from four options including a Natural History
Tour, Tundra Wilderness Tour, Kantishna Experience and Windows
into the Wilderness Tour.
Amenities at this lodge include the inviting Great Room where
you might relax by the wall of windows and
massive stone fireplace, a river view deck, grounds and pathways
perfect for strolling, and attentive Princess® service.
Sample authentic Alaskan cuisine at the King Salmon Restaurant,
Base Camp Bistro and Lynx Creek, and enjoy delightful dinner
theatre at the “Music of Denali” show.
An array of optional adventures into the park range from a husky
homestead tour to whitewater rafting to a once in- a-lifetime
flight to Mt. McKinley.
No matter where you may be at the Mt.
McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge®,
you’ll always find the vistas of
glorious Mt. McKinley inspiring. Whether
you’re gazing through the huge windows
in the Great Room or relaxing out on the
deck, this lodge is all about the view.
Mt. McKinley Wilderness Lodge Video
Take in the mountain from meandering paths outside the lodge, or
with a glass of wine from the massive windows in The Great Room.
Hearty dining in venues like the Grizzly Bar, the 20,320 Alaskan
Bar & Grill or the refined Mountain View Restaurant lets you
enjoy the views without leaving the comfort of the lodge.
Optional excursions you may enjoy include a jet-boating
adventure, horseback riding on mountain trails, flightseeing and
glacier landings on nearby Ruth Glacier.
the doorstep of America’s biggest park
At over 13 million untouched acres,
Wrangell-St. Elias is the largest
national park in the United States. And
the rustic Copper River Princess
Wilderness Lodge® is a home away from
home for discovering all the trails,
mountains, glaciers and streams of this
majestic nature preserve.
Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge Video
Wrangell-St. Elias boasts nine of the 16 highest peaks in the
U.S., including the 18,008-foot Mt. St. Elias.
The striking architecture and decor of the lodge evokes the
design of the region’s fabled copper mines, and is exemplified
in venues like the comfortable Wrangell Room, the Two Rivers
Restaurant, the Whistle Stop Bar & Grill and an inviting terrace
Attractions and activities here include a tour of the historic
Kennecott Copper Mine, fishing for Copper River salmon or whale
watching in Prince William Sound.
pristine playground of Kenai
Known as “Alaska’s playground,” the
picturesque paradise of the Kenai
Peninsula is where many Alaskans choose
to vacation. You’ll understand why when
you arrive at the iconic Kenai Princess
Wilderness Lodge®, gateway to Kenai
Fjords National Park and other nearby
Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge Video
• The turquoise Kenai River provides the backdrop
for this cozy lodge, featuring cabin-style rooms
with their own decks and wood-burning fireplaces.
• Dine in comfort with great views at the casual
Rafter’s Lounge, or the Eagles Crest Restaurant
offering Alaska-inspired fare.
• Opportunities for adventure include river rafting,
wildlife viewing in nearby Kenai Fjords National
Park, Lake Clark bear viewing and sport fishing for
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Princess® land & sea vacations combine a tour of Alaska’s
interior with a thrilling 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise,
creating what we call a “cruise tour.” Best of all, every cruise
tour features Denali & Glacier Bay National Parks – Alaska’s top
two attractions – and much more as you’ll discover below. Choose
from among the four distinctive tour categories listed below –
and over 41 tour options in all.
So Many Places to See, So Much Money to Save.
Our most popular and best-value land
& sea vacations give you an up-close
experience of Denali (10 options)
Denali Explorer Alaska Vacations combine a
7-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise with 3 to 6
nights on land, and up to 4 nights at our
Denali-area lodges. All include the Natural
History Tour into Denali National Park.
See pages 30–41 of the 2014 Princess Alaska
A more affordable option offering
the freedom to plan your own
activities. Add 3 nights on land to
a 7-day cruise from just $299 more*
(7 options, 2 new for 2014)
Your Own land & Sea Vacations include 3 to 4
nights on land without prescheduled sightseeing
activities, so you can customize how you want to
spend your free time. This is the perfect option
for the independent-minded traveler.
See pages 31–35 of the Princess Alaska brochure
Denali National Park plus adventures
to the Kenai Peninsula or
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
Enjoy the best features of our Denali Explorer
vacations – including time at our Denali-area
lodges – with adventures to breathtaking
Alaska attractions beyond. Stay at
Princess-owned wilderness lodges on the gorgeous
Kenai Peninsula and idyllic Copper River.
See pages 42–45 of the 2014 Princess Alaska
Deluxe escorted tours providing the
highest level of service, with most
meals on land included (5 options)
This is the
Ultimate Alaska land & Sea vacations – treat
yourself to the highest level of service on
deluxe escorted itineraries with a tour
director. Spend 5 to 8 nights on land visiting
Denali as well as sensational places like Copper
River and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
and/or the Kenai Peninsula.
Princess signature Alaska itinerary takes you to see
Alaska’s most popular attraction – those glorious glaciers.
Every Voyage of the Glaciers sailing visits spectacular
Glacier Bay National Park, home to several glaciers. You’ll
also witness glaciers at either College Fjord or Hubbard
Glacier, and enjoy stops in quaint Inside Passage ports such
as Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan.
It’s among the world’s most beautiful waterways – the
legendary Inside Passage. You’ll enjoy a leisurely cruise
through this system of sheltered ocean inlets and
unpopulated isles along the Southeast Coast of Alaska,
watching for glimpses of wildlife from pods of humpback and
orca whales to bears foraging along deserted beaches. And
you’ll call in three of Alaska’s most charming towns –
Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan. Sail for seven days roundtrip
from Seattle or Vancouver, or 11 days from San Francisco,
visiting welcoming ports and seeing glaciers at either Tracy
Arm or Glacier Bay.
From landing on a glacier and panning for gold to riding a
dog sled or bear-watching on a pristine river, Princess®
offers a rich variety of exciting, authentic OPTIONAL Alaska
experiences in every port or land destination.
Activities & Adventures
Get a unique perspective of Anchorage, a city
nestled between the Chugach Mountains and Cook
Inlet, by seaplane.
Wild & Scenic Backcountry Rafting
Ride the rushing whitewaters of the glacier-fed
Klutina River through a beautiful valley of
soaring canyon bluffs.
Alaska’s Ultimate Zip line & Canopy Adventure.
This award-winning adventure has it all – zip
lines, suspension bridges, expedition water
craft, off-road vehicle
and aerial exploration.
Back Country Zodiac Expedition
Skipper a custom-built motorized inflatable
along the remarkable coastline of Revillagigedo
Island for a unique Alaska adventure.
Kenai Nature Hike
Take a hike over a well-maintained trail through
Kenai to the salmon-filled waters of the Russian
Mt. McKinley: Glacier Landing Explorer
After a narrated flightseeing tour around Mt.
McKinley, land on the gentle slopes of Ruth
Nature & Wildlife
Glacier Catamaran Cruise
Hop a high-speed catamaran into Prince William
Sound to see 26 ‘’named’’ glaciers, as well as
an abundance of wildlife.
Copper Country Discovery Tour
Immerse yourself in the natural wonders of
Copper River Country with a professional
Glacier Gardens & Mendenhall Glacier
Savor the rich beauty of Glacier Gardens, see
largest salmon ladder in Alaska and visit famous
Bering Sea Crab Fisherman’s Tour
This half-day cruise aboard the Aleutian Ballad
season two of the TV series “Deadliest Catch”
reveals the world of commercial fisherman.
Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise. Spend a day
cruising the unspoiled wonders of the Kenai
Fjords National Park. Marvel at the variety of
marine wildlife and Aialik Glacier.
Alaska Nature & Wildlife Expedition
Journey to Haines where renowned naturalists
introduce you to the scenic splendor and the
magnificent wildlife in the “Valley of the
White Pass Scenic Railway – Skagway
Sightseeing & City Tours
Alaskan Hummer Tour. Journey into the Alaskan
wilderness aboard a chauffeur driven
military-issued Hummer. Visit a remote section
of the Alaskan pipeline and a migratory
Explore Historic Seward. Take a guided tour
along one of Alaska’s most spectacular National
Scenic Byways and a trip into the historic town
Space Needle, Pike Place Market & City Tour.
Visit the Space Needle and soar to the top for
panoramic “Emerald City” views. Then travel to
fabled Pike Place Market.
White Pass Scenic Railway. Take an unforgettable
journey aboard the “Scenic Railway of the World”
to the White Pass summit, with breathtaking
scenery and a wilderness guide.
Stanley Park Visit & City Highlights Drive.
Enjoy a narrated motor coach tour through North
America’s second largest Chinatown, historic
Gastown, Stanley Park and the majestic totem
Music of Denali Dinner Theatre. Delight in a
wonderful, feel-good musical comedy paired with
an all-you-can-eat Alaskan dinner buffet.
Alaskan Salmon Bake & Palace Theater. Indulge in
a scrumptious meal of king salmon followed by an
evening of Fairbanks history and folklore at the
Fly-Out Fly fishing. Untouched Alaskan
wilderness awaits on a premier fly fishing
adventure, which includes a scenic flight in a
Alaska Sport fishing. Experience Alaska sport
fishing at its finest aboard a specialized jet
boat or raft. You may also see bear, bald eagles
Butchart & Butterfly Gardens. Visit the nature
lover’s paradise, Butchart Gardens, as well as
the exotic Victoria Butterfly Gardens, a
color-drenched habitat of free-flying
butterflies and tropical flowers.
Seattle Air Advantage!
Make any cruise tour a convenient
roundtrip Seattle itinerary. This
optional package includes motor
coach travel between Seattle and
Vancouver, airfare between Alaska
and Seattle and an overnight stay in
a Seattle hotel. With this easy
option, you only need to purchase
home city air to/from Seattle. We’ll
take care of the rest. Packages
start at $498.
On Northbound cruise tours,
arrive in Seattle by 10 AM on day of
embarkation. On Southbound cruise
passengers should schedule air out
after 4 PM on day of cruise
The Alaska spirit on board
Alaska is a land of stories. Hear suspenseful
tales and hilarious yarns alike when real
on board to share their adventures. It’s part of
a variety of lectures and special programming
designed to help illuminate your experience of
the Great Land.
Meet an Alaskan legend – Libby Riddles, the
first woman to win the grueling 1,100-mile
Iditarod sled dog race, who joins your ship in
• In Skagway, an Alaskan storyteller brings the
region’s rich history to life in story and song.
• Rangers and naturalists join the ship
throughout the voyage – including in Glacier Bay
National Park – to introduce you to the region’s
unique flora, fauna and geology.
• Kids can join in the learning, too, as part of
a unique Junior Rangers program.
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is always on
Raye and Marty Trencher are part of an exclusive group of travel experts who are recognized by Princess Cruises & The Alaska Travel Industry Association as Certified Alaska Experts, earning that distinction for their unique qualifications, first-hand knowledge and know-how as Alaska cruise and land tour planning professionals.
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* $299 is the incremental per person fare to add
3 nights on land to a 7-day cruise to create a
10-night cruise tour. Purchase of entire cruise
tour is required. Based on cruise tour CAX,
Coral Princess 5/17/14 departure only.
Failure to bring with you
the proper documentation at
check-in at the airport and
pier may result in your
being denied boarding (
aircraft or ship ). If you
are denied boarding, you
will not receive a refund of
any kind from the airline or
the cruise line.
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for veterans, retired
and active military.
Princess® honors our U.S. and Canadian militaries
up to $250 free onboard spending money,
depending on cruise length. This offer can be
combined with other promotions and used on any
cruise, any time of the year to anywhere they sail!
Call us at 800.365.1445 for all the details.
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• Best Cruise Line Itineraries
Readers’ Choice Awards –
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Cruise Critic 2011
• Best Cruise Line Multi-Generational
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Voyage of the Glaciers
Optional Things to See & Do
• Attend the rollicking Great Alaskan Lumberjack
Show in Ketchikan
• Visit a real dog sled and musher’s camp – and take
• Go whale watching – orca and humpback whales are
• Learn about Skagway’s historic past at The Days of
• Set out by seaplane for Misty Fjords National
Monument from Ketchikan
• Embark on a Taku Lodge Feast & 5-Glacier Seaplane
Discovery from Juneau
We've been there many times, and the ships are
setting sail once again back to Alaska for 2014.
Won't you join in on one of our cruise or cruise
tour departures. Alaska in 2014 provides cruise
travelers the flexibility to customize Alaska
vacations to suit their needs. We realize that all
traveler’s interests are different, which is why any
of our 2014 Alaska cruise vacations can be designed
to make it your own! Are you an Adventurer, a
Wildlife Seeker, Just a Celebrant, or Cruise
Enthusiast? No matter what your travel style, if you
are traveling with friends or family, Alaska
Cruises-2014 has created an exciting, exclusive, new
and unique mini-group offer: All our
affordable Alaska cruises 2014 and cruise tours
cruises and cruise tours offer groups as few as 6
people ( 3 cabins for 3 couples ) the flexibility to
create the ultimate "Sale & Save" group package.
Find information to plan your 2014 Alaska cruise
here as well as unique pre and post land tours you
can add to your Alaska cruise for all 2014 sailings
from Vancouver, Whittier or Seward ( for Anchorage
), Alaska. Alaska Cruises- 2014 offers some of the
very best 2014 Alaska cruise deals and Special
offers for 2014. With so many personal choices, why
not make Alaska your own! We can help you choose
from hundreds of options available for cruise
travelers bound for Alaska in 2014. Alaska
Cruises-2014 brings you the most comprehensive and
complete 2014 Alaska Cruise and Cruisetour Specials
with our Official 2014 Alaska Cruise & Cruise tour
Guide. So go explore....
Alaska Cruise Tours: Princess Wilderness Lodges
Strategically located at the doorstep of Alaska’s
legendary national parks, Princess wilderness lodges
offer excellent accommodations, authentic Alaskan
dining experiences, and the same warm, welcoming
service that you’ve come to expect on every Princess
Grizzly bears have been a threatened species since
1975 in the Lower 48 states? Alaska however has over
32,000 grizzlies. Considering Alaska's population is
only 670,000, that's 1 bear for every 21 people.
Alaska is home to magnificent glaciers, giant
halibut, hardy outdoorsmen.... and lots of moose.
Alaska has 39 mountain ranges. Did you know? The
larger ranges include: Alaska Range, which includes
20,320 foot Mt. McKinley, the continent's tallest
peak , Aleutian Range, a volcano-ridden range on the
Alaska Peninsula, Brooks Range, which is above the
Arctic Circle; the Continental Divide runs through
it and Boundary Ranges, along the Canadian border of
the Inside Passage.
At A Glance
What can you do on an Alaska Cruise and
Cruisetour? Why the possibilities are
just about endless!
This comprehensive full-day tour with boxed lunch
travels deep into Denali National Park for the best
possible wildlife and Mt. McKinley viewpoints and a
host of magnificent vistas. Your expert driver/guide
will narrate throughout the journey and provide
in-depth information about the history of the park.
When animals are sighted, your tour driver will even
capture video footage and project the images onto
drop-down video screens so you can get a close-up
look at the action. You can even purchase a DVD that
includes some of the video footage shot along the
way. Watch for bears along braided rivers, caribou
above tree line, and Dall sheep high above on
mountain passes. Scenic highlights include the
multi-colored cliffs of Polychrome Pass and, if
Denali is "out", astounding views of Mt. McKinley
from Stony Hill Overlook.
"Say Alaska and a variety of images and impressions
come to mind: towering mountains, watchable
wildlife, icy blue glaciers, endless wilderness,
vibrant Native culture, leaping salmon, hardy
outdoors; America's last frontier. Often, visiting
Alaska has as much to do with what people may feel
as with what they will see. There is a mystique that
surrounds Alaska. To some it represents a dream, a
trip of a life time, a life altering event, a chance
to reach out and touch something inside themselves
that is wild and beautiful like they imagine Alaska
to be. Our job is to put that dream - or as much as
possible of it - within reach of you."
Cruise Tour Review
Learn all about the land tour part of a Princess
Alaska cruise tour. From someone who's been there
and done that.
One of the best reviews of the Alaskan land tour
part of a Princess Connoisseur tour, we've ever
read. The cruise tour was taken in August, 2012.
With no scheduled sightseeing activities included on these itineraries, you’ll have the flexibility to create your own adventure with optional land excursions, or simply relax and enjoy the captivating wilderness from the comforts of Princess Wilderness Lodges.
Our trip was excellent. The room, with the upgrades,
was amazing! We saw many eagles (bald and golden),
one bear, many whales, including one breach, seals,
one bear, one wolf, moose and caribou, and many
smaller animals.. If we travelled during salmon run,
we probably would have seen more bear and eagles.
The scenery is to die for, the vistas spectacular.
The ship was great; service, food, etc were all
great. Thanks for everything. "
Seidler - Sailed on Island Princess
"We made it back from Alaska! What a
beautiful experience. All except one
day was sunny and many days in the 70's.
Mt. McKinley was in full view for 2 days as
well. Thank you so much for your time
and efforts. We were treated Royally
Grant Van Lishout - Princess Alaska Cruisetour
"Hi, Raye! The trip was amazing! Thanks for all
you did for us!"
Raye & Marty
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