This cruise and stay family holiday to Alaska begins with a night in Seattle before boarding Royal Caribbean’s stunning Ovation of the Seas for a 7 night Alaskan cruise.
Arrive in Seattle, a wonderful blend of nature and urban beauty, the perfect city break destination and spend one night here.
On the second day of your family holiday to America its time to board Ovation of the Seas for your cruise to Alaska from Seattle. This is a fantastic cruise ship for families as there are so many amazing fun features onboard. Scale the heights of the rock wall, experience the thrill of a free fall on RipCord® by iFLY®, or catch a wave on the FlowRider® all against the backdrop of the stunning Alaskan glaciers you sail by. Another real highlight will be a visit to the North Star pod which lifts you 90ft above sea level for breathtaking panoramic views of the Alaskan landscape.
On this cruise holiday you’ll experience some of the most beautiful places in Alaska. You’ll sail through Alaska’s Inside Passage which spans 500 miles of shoreline home to some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes and plentiful wildlife. You’ll visit Juneau, a city framed by the snow-capped Mount Juneau and Mount Roberts where you can engage in a wide range of thrilling outdoor activities from whale watching to tundra trekking. Skagway is sure to be another favourite stop on this cruise holiday. Immerse yourself in Alaskan scenery on a vintage train journey along the famous White Pass and Yukon Route. You’ll also sail through the Endicott Arm Fjord which is surrounded by granite cliffs, mountain valleys and dozens of gushing waterfalls. Your last stop is in Victoria, British Columbia, the perfect spot for the whole family to rent bikes and explore on two wheels as it is known as the ‘cycling capital of Canada’.
Cruise departs from Seattle
Alaska Inside Passage - Juneau
Endicott Arms and Dawes Glacier
Victoria, British Columbia
Cruise returns to Seattle
Victoria, British Columbia
- 20May, 2021
Day 1 Seattle Stay
- 21May, 2021
Day 2 Cruise departs from Seattle
- 22May, 2021
Day 3 At Sea
- 23May, 2021
Day 4 Alaska Inside Passage - Juneau
- 24May, 2021
Day 5 Skagway
- 24May, 2021
Day 6 Endicott Arms and Dawes Glacier
- 25May, 2021
Day 7 At Sea
- 26May, 2021
Day 8 Victoria, British Columbia
- 27May, 2021
Day 9 Cruise returns to Seattle
- 27Sep, 2020
Day 10 Seattle, WashingtonArrive at 2020-09-27 00:00Depart at 2020-09-27 15:30With its high-rise skyline dominated by the futuristic Space Needle, Seattle is a big, lively city surrounded on three sides by water and backed by the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. Get a taste of the Orient in the International Quarter, or the great seafood served up on the waterfront and take a coffee break – the locals insist theirs is the best coffee in the world.
- 28Sep, 2020
Day 11 At SeaArrive at 2020-09-28 00:00Depart at 2020-09-28 00:00
- 29Sep, 2020
Day 12 JuneauArrive at 2020-09-29 14:30Depart at 2020-09-29 23:00This is Alaska’s capital and it blends city attractions with incredible adventures on its doorstep. It’s just a short drive to Mendenhall Glacier, a moving river of craggy blue ice, and the delightful Glacier Gardens set beneath Thunder Mountain. Feeling lucky? Try panning for gold, sport fishing along the Inside Passage or whale watching – sightings are practically guaranteed.
- 30Sep, 2020
Day 13 SkagwayArrive at 2020-09-30 07:00Depart at 2020-09-30 00:20Go for gold. Go for gold. Thousands have before you, because the once infamous port of Skagway was gateway for the 1898 Yukon Gold Rush. Climb aboard the historic White Pass & Yukon Railway, travelling though stunning mountain scenery to a trail camp where you can pan for gold and enjoy ‘naughty nineties’-style entertainment.
- 01Oct, 2020
Day 14 Cruise Glacier BayArrive at 2020-10-01 00:00Depart at 2020-10-01 00:00
- 02Oct, 2020
Day 15 KetchikanArrive at 2020-10-02 06:00Depart at 2020-10-02 13:00Ketchikan is in the heart of the Tongass National Forest – all 17 million acres of it – so there’s no shortage of outdoor fun. Take a seaplane over the 3,000-feet granite walls of Misty Fjords, go black bear watching as they fish for salmon in Neets Bay, zip from platform to platform across the rainforest canopy, or paddle a sea kayak out to unspoilt islands.
- 03Oct, 2020
Day 16 Victoria, British ColumbiaArrive at 2020-10-03 07:30Depart at 2020-10-03 23:59Standing on the tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is a genteel kind of place with delightful landscaped parks, like the century-old Butchart Gardens, and carefully preserved historic buildings. See it in fitting style by horse-drawn trolley, take afternoon tea at the grand Empress Hotel, or take a tour of the city’s pubs and microbreweries for a glass or two of the local ales.
- 04Oct, 2020
Day 17 Seattle, WashingtonArrive at 2020-10-04 06:00Depart at 2020-10-04 00:00With its high-rise skyline dominated by the futuristic Space Needle, Seattle is a big, lively city surrounded on three sides by water and backed by the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. Get a taste of the Orient in the International Quarter, or the great seafood served up on the waterfront and take a coffee break – the locals insist theirs is the best coffee in the world.