Alaska from the Foredeck


Cruise Alaska with Danielle Guidry

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Danielle Guidry
Main Street, Moncton
Tel. (506) – 858-7118
Danielle.guidry@maritimetravel.ca

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“Cruising Alaska is a bucket list experience like no other! The wildlife and scenery is otherworldly, with everything from bright blue glaciers to seals and whales frolicking in full view of your ship’s deck. Wow!”

From the charming islands and waterways around Ketchikan to the icefields and fjords of Glacier Bay National Park, every Alaska cruise itinerary offers boundless opportunities to spot some of the 49th State’s most iconic wildlife: Playful humpback whales and orca swimming alongside the ships, brown bears lazing on the shoreline and eagles soaring overhead.

Want to experience it for yourself? Here are two show-stopping itineraries handpicked for your consideration by our Alaska cruise expert, Danielle Guidry.


Cruise Pick: 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers with Princess Cruises

This comprehensive itinerary sails north through the British Colombia and Alaska portions of the Inside Passage and then 500 miles further north across the Gulf of Alaska and into Prince Arthur Sound. Along the way, you’ll visit gold rush-era ports and two spectacular glacier viewings at Glacier Bay National Park and College Fjord.


Cruise Pick: 7-day Alaskan Inside Passage with Holland America

Cruise roundtrip from Vancouver, through the Inside Passage and on to Ketchikan, watching for whales, Dahl porpoises and bald eagles in their splendid natural habitat of glacier-cut fjords, massive ice fields and temperate rain forests. Tracy Arm Inlet and World Heritage Site Glacier Bay National Park are the highlights of this itinerary.