The first Grand Voyage is a cruise from Vancouver to Nome and the Russian Far East. This cruise is a magnificent combination of our two Grand Voyages and an adventure not to be missed. This once-in-a-lifetime journey follows the famed 1899 expedition of Edward Henry Harriman on the beautiful Spirit of Oceanus.
The second Grand Voyage
is a 1,600 miles cruise on their Costal
Odyssey from Vancouver to Whittier and Anchorage. Stand in
awe at the vast glacial activity of majestic Glacier Bay National Park
and be amazed at the wildlife-rich islands and iceberg-filled fjords of
the rarely visited Prince William Sound.
What costs are included in the fares on an Alaska cruise and which ones are not? The cost covers all port charges, fees, taxes and onboard services. A fuel surcharge may also be added. There are some other costs to consider. What would a vacation be without a souvenier from the gift shop? There's one onboard. If you're looking for a cocktail, alcoholic beverages are extra and on the land portions of the trip, some meals are not included.
more than 30 years, the Port of Vancouver has been the leading homeport
for Alaska cruises, offering passengers more ships and departure dates
to choose from than any other port. The Port's two cruise terminals,
Canada Place and Ballantyne, are conveniently located and only 30 minutes
away from the award winning Vancouver International Airport. Canada
Place is located in the city centre, close to shopping, dining, attractions,
and Stanley Park. Ballantyne is located east of the city centre and
close to Canada Place. The cruise terminals are modern, secure, and
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