Alaska: 7-Night One-ways between Seattle/Vancouver & Anchorage
See MORE of Alaska on these cruises!
Add a Cruisetour! Board a scenic dome train for a ride to Denali Nat’l Park – home of the mighty Mt. McKinley. Tour the tundra, see the pipeline, pan for gold, and overnight at luxurious “rustic” lodges.
Go the distance and see more of Alaska - the gorgeous Kenai Peninsula, the vast Gulf of Alaska, Prince William Sound - and more glaciers, too!
this cruise because
Only on this cruise can you add cruisetours to Denali National Park -Alaska’s premier attraction; Copper River; Kluane National Park; the Alaska Pipeline or the Canadian Yukon - gateway to the Klondike Gold!
On this cruise you see both the Inside Passage AND the Gulf of Alaska – home to the state’s mightiest glaciers – you’ll see more Alaskan ports, more glaciers, more scenery and more wildlife!
You’ll need to fly to or from distant Anchorage, adding time and cost to your vacation.
Bigger ships! The biggest ships in the growing fleets of Celebrity, Princess and Holland America now operate these Alaska one-way itineraries!
Board northbound cruises in Vancouver
Board southbound cruises in either Seward or Whittier (both are cruise ports near Anchorage, Alaska)
Spring through summer
High season: Late June; July through mid-August
Low season: May through early June; late August; September
Anchorage: July Average High: Mid-60s. Low: Low 50s.
Juneau: July Average High: Mid-60s. Low: About 50.
Seattle: July Average High: Mid-70s. Low: Mid-50s.
Skagway: July Average High: Upper 60s. Low: About 50.
Vancouver: July Average High: Low 70s. Low: Mid-50s.
Travel Tip: In Alaska, inland temperatures can be surprisingly high - often well into the 80s. Juneau can be relatively cool, even in mid-summer; expect frequent showers. It's best if you pack for "layering" - bring lightweight jackets, pullovers and sweaters you can remove or slip on as the temperatures change during the day.
Most cruises include 3 to 4 ports, plus multiple glacier "cruise-bys"