Friday 19 April 2019
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Round Trip from Seattle to Alaska on Your Dream Liner

Round Trip from Seattle to Alaska on Your Dream Liner

Have you been planning about seeing the iceberg for ages and feel the adventure for yourself, then it’s high time that you should take 7 days 6 night’s vacation from Seattle to Alaska on a cruise that you have been dreaming about. This trip is filled with glaciers, icebergs, Islets and beautiful ports. Let’s get your ship started and allow me to take you on a short tour.

Sailing with the Cruise

 The trip will start from the picture perfect Seattle. Your journey will be full of waters where one moment you will be sailing through a wide area of reef islands and the other moment you will be entering a narrow waterway covered by dense forest. This is an exhibition of cruising-the vista is constantly changing from scenic seashores to gracious towns.

Extending from Puget Sound, Washington into the Gulf of Alaska, the journey includes more than 1000 islands, infinite shorelines and innumerable amount of coves and bays. Some of the famous ports that you will encounter are Skagway, Ketchikan, Juneau and Victoria. When the cruise anchors, you can visit a native village and know about their colorful culture, heritage and history.

Inside the Cruise

 Inside you can have the benefit of Fresh Alaskan Sea food like King Crab, Salmon and other famous dishes on the menu. You can enjoy your Alaska-themed dinner in the central dining rooms and special sea food menus in the specialty section of the boat.

During an on land excursion you can catch fresh fish with your loved ones and can ate it later that night during dinner according to the preferred preparations of your choice made by the chefs on board. So have your catch from the ocean to your table, that too in the same night!

You can also take pleasure in freshly brewed Alaskan beers and even vodkas enjoying the blue sky upwards while lying down in front of an open swimming pool.

In Skagway you can click some pictures with the cutest puppies in the world by holding them in your lap. Also guests will be entertained by a real life Alaskan Lumberjack who will show some selected guests how to throw an axe. In Jeneau famous dog–musher Libby Riddles will join the guests and will share her experience and even sign autographs for them

You can also enjoy latest episodes of “Deadliest catch” in an open space theater. Also sometimes the cruise provider organizes a real Klondike Festival with arts and crafts, music classes and Alaskan dance performances.

It must really be heartbreaking once you have reached your destination. But all good things should come to an end and so is this. So what are you all waiting for? So tell your captain to start the engines!!

Mike Thomas is a travel explorer, consultant and renowned blogger. He travels almost 10,000 miles every year to different corners of the world and shares his experience, adventures and stories in T- Holland Travel Guide for more than one year.