Choose  Alaska's Glacier Bay Travel provides small ship cruises featuring Alaska's Inside Passage, Glacier Bay National Park, Denali National Park, Prince William Sound and the Bering Sea. More than 20 cruise and tour combinations with departures in May, June, July August and September provide you with adventure throughout the wilderness waterways. You will be experiencing many tiny port villages with the focus on the real Alaska. or Alaska's Glacier Bay Travel provides small ship cruises featuring Alaska's Inside Passage, Glacier Bay National Park, Denali National Park, Prince William Sound and the Bering Sea. More than 20 cruise and tour combinations with departures in May, June, July August and September provide you with adventure throughout the wilderness waterways. You will be experiencing many tiny port villages with the focus on the real Alaska. to learn about an Itinerary for Glacier Wonderland cruise with Land Tour options.

5 DAYS, 4 NIGHTS ROUND TRIP FROM ANCHORAGE/WHITTIER  OR 4 DAYS, 3 NIGHTS ROUND TRIP FROM ANCHORAGE/WHITTIER

4-Night Cruise 18aAlaska's Glacier Bay Travel provides small ship cruises featuring Alaska's Inside Passage, Glacier Bay National Park, Denali National Park, Prince William Sound and the Bering Sea. More than 20 cruise and tour combinations with departures in May, June, July August and September provide you with adventure throughout the wilderness waterways. You will be experiencing many tiny port villages with the focus on the real Alaska.

DAY 1 SAIL FROM WHITTIER In Anchorage board a motor-coach to travel to Whittier along beautiful Turnagain Arm. Keep watch for the surefooted Dall sheep that nibble grass on the steep cliffs overhead. Arrive in Whittier, where the crew welcomes you aboard the Spirit of Columbia. Depart for seldom visited areas of Prince William Sound, starting with a visit to Blackstone Glacier in Blackstone Bay. The ship will anchor for a quiet overnight stay in a secluded cove. D

DAY 2 COLLEGE FJORD AND ESTHER PASSAGE Wakeup near the face of massive glaciers in College Fjord. You will ease close to the active faces of numerous glaciers that calve icebergs into the tidal waters below. Continue on to narrow Esther Passage, a waterway only small ships can navigate. Playful sea otters live here, often floating placidly on their backs in a bed of kelp, dining on crabs. Explore the serene Eaglek Bay. BLD

DAY 3 CORDOVA Make a port call at tiny Cordova. This fishing village, which is inaccessible by highway, has become world famous for its Copper River salmon. These delicious fish are caught in the pristine delta of the Copper River. Upon your arrival enjoy an included cultural experience highlighting the area rich in Native history. Optional wilderness tours include sea kayaking, hiking, and river rafting. BLD

DAY 4 CHENEGA GLACIER AND KNIGHT ISLAND Today explore southwest Prince William Sound, where sculpted wilderness islands lie offshore from the craggy mountains of the Kenai Peninsula. Narrow Icy Bay leads toward a stunning glacier experience at the head of the fjord. Later, enjoy "gunkholing" around the nearby islands - a nautical term for poking around the next corner just to see what's there. BLD

DAY5 ARRIVE IN WHITTIER After a cruise past a bustling black-legged kittiwake colony, disembark the Spirit of Columbia at Whittier. Transfer to motor-coaches for your trip via Turnagain Arm back to Anchorage. B

Request: 4 night cruise 18a

3-Night Cruise 19aAlaska's Glacier Bay Travel provides small ship cruises featuring Alaska's Inside Passage, Glacier Bay National Park, Denali National Park, Prince William Sound and the Bering Sea. More than 20 cruise and tour combinations with departures in May, June, July August and September provide you with adventure throughout the wilderness waterways. You will be experiencing many tiny port villages with the focus on the real Alaska.

DAY 1 SAIL FROM WHITTIER Travel from Anchorage via motor-coach to Whittier, along beautiful Turnagain Arm. Watch for the surefooted Dall sheep on the steep cliffs overhead. Arrive in Whittier, where the crew welcomes you aboard the Spirit of Columbia. The ship departs for seldom-visited areas of Prince William Sound, starting with a visit to Blackstone Glacier in Blackstone Bay. D

DAY 2 COLLEGE FJORD Wakeup near the face of Harvard Glacier at the very end of College Fjord. Dozens of glaciers pour from the mountains to the sea here. The most impressive sights to see are skyscraper sized pinnacles of ice plunging from the glaciers into the water. Continue on to narrow Esther Passage, a waterway only small ships can navigate. Watch for orcas, sea otters, and bald eagles here; your Captain knows where the best sightings will be found. Explore the serene Eaglek Bay. BLD

DAY 3 CHENEGA GLACIER AND ISLAND EXPLORATION Narrow wilderness waterways - some just 200 feet wide - lead to Knight Island in the wild southwest corner of Prince William Sound. Winding Icy Bay leads to a spectacular glacier calving icebergs into salt water at the head of the fjord. The rest of the day you indulge in leisurely exploration of islands with hardly a trace of human habitation. BLD

DAY 4 DISEMBARK TO ANCHORAGE Visit a large kittiwake colony before continuing to Whittier for disembarkation. On arrival, transfer by motor-coach back to Anchorage. B

 

 

 

Request:3 night cruise 19a Availability

CRUISE 18a GLACIER WONDERLAND, 4-NIGHT    
SPIRIT OF COLUMBIA     CABIN CATEGORY    
             
MONDAY DEPARTURE C B A AA AAA DLX
May 21, 28, 2007 $1399 1449 2299 2449 2649 2899
June 4, 11, 18, 25 $1549 1599 2399 2549 2749 2999
July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 $1549 1599 2399 2549 2749 2999
August 6,13,20 $1549 1599 2399 2549 2749 2999
August 27 $1399 1449 2299 2449 2649 2899
 
CRUISE 19a GLACIER WONDERLAND, 3-NIGHT  
SPIRIT OF COLUMBIA     CABIN CATEGORY    
             
FRIDAY DEPARTURE C B A AA AAA DLX
May 25, 2007 $1099 1149 1799 1899 1999  
June 1 $1099 1149 1799 1899 1999  
June 8, 15,22,29 $1199 1249 1899 1999 2099 2399
July 6, 13, 20, 27 $1199 1249 1899 1999 2099 2399
 
The cost of your cruise includes $205 per person which covers taxes/port charges/fees, and onboard services. Onboard gratuities are neither required nor expected. Prices are per person, double-occupancy, U.S. dollars. Single/Triple rates available upon request where applicable. Airfare extra.

Single travelers may book any category "B" or "C" cabin as a single by paying the twin rate - no single supplement!

The cost of your cruise includes $160 per person which covers taxes/port charges/fees, and onboard services. Onboard gratuities are neither required nor expected. Prices are per person, double-occupancy, U.S. dollars. Single/Triple rates available upon request where applicable. Airfare extra. 

Single travelers may book any category "B" or "C" cabin as a single by paying the twin rate - no single supplement!

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