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Alaska Inside Passage Deluxe Cruises
Gulf of Alaska Cruise, Alaska Glacier Bay Cruise, Cruise from Vancouver, Skagway Tours, Alaska Holland America Cruise Tours, Prince William Sound Alaska, Statendam Cruise, Glacier Bay National Park Wildlife and Glacier Cruise, Vancouver Island Cruise, Guided Denali National Park Tours
8 Day Alaska Inside Passage Cruise  from Vancouver - Anchorage/Seward
CRU#42 Inside Passage (8 Days) Statendam
Introduction: Spectacular glaciers, historic ports and picture perfect sceneries, a private deluxe stateroom with a balcony, personalized onboard services and world-class sightseeing opportunities along the famous Inside Passage, the Gulf of Alaska and the heart of Americas’s Last Frontier are the primary attractions during your Alaska Cruise. Is there a better and easier way for a traveler to experience the isolated coastline of Southeast Alaska? We do not believe so. The cruise lines call Alaska – Natures amazing Showcase – and indeed it is.

Statendam Features: The Statendam is the fifth ship to bear the name in Holland America Line's 133-year history. With more than $2 million worth of art and artifacts, the ms Statendam features a theme of Dutch life and exploration. The Van Gogh Theater is a work of art in itself. Themed to Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh's paintings "The Starry Night" and "Irises," the room features computerized fiber optic lighting as well as a state-of-the-art sound system. You can expect more of the same aboard this signature Holland America ship; fine dining, spacious staterooms (149 of which feature private verandahs), the best in cruise entertainment, relaxing nooks and beautiful art displayed throughout the ship. In the center of the ship, a soaring three-story atrium showcases an elaborate 26-foot-high "Fountain of the Siren" sculpture, which extends from the Lower Promenade Deck to the Upper Promenade. The ms Statendam recently completed all Signature of Excellence enhancements to her public rooms in Spring 2005. Traveling aboard the ms Statendam is world-class cruising at its finest. 3 Swimming Pools, 8 Hot Tubs, Lotus Spa, Fitness Area, Golf Simulator, Jogging Track, World-Class Art Collection, Internet Service, Library, Boutiques (Duty Free Shopping), Personal Choice Dining – 5 Dining Rooms, Steakhouse, Grill, Wine & Caviar Bar, Pizzeria, Patisserie, Ice Cream Bar, Afternoon Tea, 24 Hour Room/Dining Service -, Casino, Show Lounge, Nightclub, Bars & Lounges, Wedding Chapel, Kids Programs. 1260 Passengers, 560 Crew Member.
Often thought of as Canada's most beautiful city, Vancouver is a gorgeous thriving metropolis that's fortunate enough to be flanked by the ocean and mountains. With its numerous parks, beaches, gardens, museums, art galleries and ethnic diversity, Vancouver is one of those rare places that actually lives up to its promise of offering something for everyone. Tipps to visit Vancouver: Few locations offer a more spectacular view of this dynamic city than Stanley Park. The park offers miles of walking trails and bike paths, including an aquarium, outdoor pool, tennis courts and more. Granville Island's Public Market on Vancouver's west side is a wonderful place to grab a quick bite, shop for a gourmet meal and find unique souvenirs with its variety of shops, stalls and galleries. Robson Street and the surrounding downtown offer the best shopping and people-watching in town. Stores with European flair share the avenue with delicatessens, modern boutiques, coffee houses, and a myriad of ethnic eateries. Departure 17:00
At Sea:
All it takes to get the inside story of Alaska's beauty is a trip through the Inside Passage, Alaska's "water highway", where majestic fjords compete for your attention with mountain masterpieces carved by the glaciers. Small fishing villages along the coast dot breathtaking panoramas and the protected waters are perfect for spotting marine mammals and other wildlife.
Ketchikan was built along a steep hillside, with sections of the town built right over the water on pilings. The scenic rustic boardwalks on Creek Street preserves a distinct historic feel. Look along the water line and you're likely to see many bald eagles on waterside perches. An outstanding collection of majestic totem poles within the Saxman Village make a visit to Ketchikan essential for anyone interested in Native art. The towns nickname - Salmon Capital of the World – was already established in 1936 when seven canneries produced 1.5 Mio cases of salmon. The abundance of salmon continues to provide outstanding sportfishing opportunities for visitors in Southeast Alaska.
Arrival 07:00 / Departure 15:00
Established as a gold camp and now Alaska's capital city is the third largest city within the state. Juneau is full of contrasts, a sophisticated cosmopolitan city in the heart of the lush green Tongass National Forest. Nestled at the base of towering mountains dominated by the 1500 square mile Juneau Icefield and overlooking the Gastineau Channel, the community's rich culture and history is displayed throughout the town. Arrival 07:00 / Departure 22:30
As you approach Skagway, you'll see the town resting peacefully at the base of a river valley bordered by the Coast Mountain Range. The mountains, ranging from 5,000 to 7,000 feet in height, seem to rise straight up from the saltwater fjord. Once on land, the streets of Skagway draw you back to 1898 when this idyllic native fishing village and nearby Deya had a population of about 20.000 during the most fanatic Gold Rush in history. Today, wooden sidewalks, old-fashioned saloons, quaint gift shops and horse-drawn carriages serve as reminders of the famous Alaskan Gold Rush days.  Don’t miss am adventurous trip with the historic White Pass Yukon Railroad – completed in 1890 with the driving of a golden spike in Carcross/Yukon. The narrow gauge railroad climbs about 3000 ft within just 20 Miles.
Arrival 07:00 / Departure 21:00
Glacier Bay National Park Cruising:
This spectacular national park and preserve displays massive glaciers that stretch 3.3 million acres from the St. Elias and Fairweather mountain ranges to the ends of the fjords. It is home to an amazing world of marine life, including humpback whales, sea otters, porpoises and harbor seals. It also possesses the highest concentration of tidewater glaciers on the planet and access is extremely limited. At the head of Glacier Bay is the Tarr Inlet, where scientists have found exposed rock that is believed to be more than 200 million years old. The Tarr Inlet is also home to the active Grand Pacific Glacier. The northeastern edge of the Fairweather Range is home to nine glaciers. Framed by rocky slopes that stretch for more than 6,000 feet, these wondrous bodies are eclipsed only by Mt. Fairweather itself, which, at more than 15,300 feet, is the highest point in southeast Alaska. In the northeastern corner of Glacier Bay, the snow-covered Takhinsha Mountains feed the active Muir Glacier, which regularly sheds walls of ice into the bay. The brilliant blue glow of a calving glacier and the thunderous roar of ice crashing into the water are unforgettable. Arrival 07:00 / Departure 16:00
College Fjord Cruising:
Some of the best glacier viewing in the state can be seen tucked into the northwest corner of Prince William Sound at College Fjord. Winding down from mountains and through valleys and fjords, these massive rivers of ice are often on the move, periodically dropping their bounty into the sea. This fjord boasts the largest collection of tidewater glaciers in the world. There are 16 glaciers named after Ivy League colleges by the Harriman Expedition that discovered them in 1899. There’s nothing like the sight of a 40-ton humpback whale breach. During the summer, more than 2,000 of these magnificent giants of the sea are known to feed in the waters off Alaska. Arrival 17:00 / Departure 20:00
Ice-free the year round, Seward was a natural choice as the ocean terminal and supply center during the construction of the Alaska Railroad. Today, it is the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park and home of the Annual Silver Salmon Derby, the biggest fishing event in Alaska. Find out what lives beneath the surface of Resurrection Bay and Prince William Sound at the Sealife Center, financed in part by the infamous Exxon Valdez oil spill settlement. Note: we offer a variety of Alaska Land Tour Packages from 03-21 Days – including Denali National Park, Katmai Bear Viewing, Alaska’s Arctic and to Kodiak Island. Please inquire. Arrival Seward 07:00
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• 8 Day Cruise
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