Cruises to Alaska from Seattle is to be considered a trip which is made from May through September only by travelers who are drawn to the beautiful scenery of the Pacific Northwest. You may think that most cruises to Alaska are too expensive to be afforded, you may want to think again. Pretty often if you book a cruise online where you can use coupons or package deals, you will be able to save some money and make your lifetime dream a reality. Search online can be another great option so save some money. One of the best websites where you can find cheap cruises to Alaska is AlaskaCruises.com, which will offer you some of the cheapest prices available in the cruise industry.
Holland America Line will provide seven- and fourteen-day cruises which will leave from Seattle, taking you on an adventure for exploring the wonderful beauty of Alaska and Puget Sound. Although the fourteen-day round-trip cruise can be considered a good deal, if you are in the search of some really cheap deals, a week-long cruise may be the best possible choice. However, if you only are interested in sailing in one way, you may have to pay airfare for the return trip.
Although you may think you are compromising by getting on board a 7-day cruise trip, you may want to think again. Holland will provide a few types of week-long trips which will depart from Seattle or Vancouver.
The 7-Day Explorer cruise package will leave from Seattle and will allow passengers to explore the wonderful views in Glacier Bay, the stunning Hubbard Glacier or learn more about the Native Alaskan culture. This cruise will stop in Victoria or Juneau, allowing guests to explore more of these extraordinary cities.
Money Saving Tip: Try using the services of a travel agent. Holland will provide a wide variety of discount cruise deals on its official website, so you may want to check online for any available specials before you will book your cruise.
Spirit of Columbia will provide a ten-day trip leaving from Seattle on the end of May, and ending in Juneau. The cruise route will cover eleven distinct ports, which will include in the San Juan islands as well as Glacier Bay National Park. This 148-feet long cruise ships can navigate into some of the smallest areas, providing an unique Alaskan experience. This cruise trips can accommodate almost 80 passengers, and eco-friendly staterooms will be available as well. This cruise route is reverse back to Seattle in September. The remainder of the cruises for this vessel while in Alaska, are 4-day round-trip cruises from Anchorage.
Each and every summer season, the Kansas-based Mediation Training Institute will provide on board the Rotterdam cruise ship from Holland America Line. Starting with 2010, this institute was scheduling cruises from Seattle to the Alaskan Inside Passage. Attendees may receive their own certification in workplace mediation as a trainer or mediator. Cruises will start from Seattle, with the first stop in Juneau where there will be meetings with local mediators. Conferences and workshops will continue throughout the 7-day cruise, and there will be some pre-work as well as pre-testing required. Passengers will be having access to all the regular cruise amenities, which will include food or live entertainment. After Juneau, the vessel will proceed to Hubbard Glacier, Ketchikan, Victoria or Sitka, before will get back to Seattle. Starting with 2010, all inclusive cruise rates will start from $1.380/person for an inside stateroom.