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. to learn more about Itinerary for In Harriman's Wake cruise, with land tour option.

In Harriman's Wake Cruise 1a 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. 

25 DAYS, 24 NIGHTS

VANCOUVER, B.C. TO ANCHORAGE OR REVERSE Cruise 2a  itinerary travels in the reverse.

DAY 1 SET SAIL FROM VANCOUVER Transfer to the Spirit of Oceanus to begin your cruise. D

DAYS 2-3 CRUISING BRITISH COLUMBIA Over the next two days you will experience sheltered waterways lined by the Great Bear Rainforest, that lead you north toward Alaska. These nutrient-rich waters are home to whales and dolphins. Stop for a visit at a remote port of call along the llush British Columbia Inside Passage to explore life in this beautiful and quiet region. BLD

DAY 4 MISTY FIORDS NATIONAL MONUMENT AND METLAKATLA The dramatic granite cliffs of Misty Fiords welcome you to Alaska as you explore Behm Canal, a glacially-carved fjord. National Forest Service Kayak Rangers will join you onboard to share the natural beauty of the area. The Tsimshian community of Metlakatla greets you with a dance performance at their tribal long house. Harriman stopped here to visit a missionary settlement. BLD

DAY 5 PETERSBURG The winding Wrangell Narrows lead to the Norwegian-founded, fishing village of Petersburg, where you will be entertained by local folk dancers. BLD

DAY 6 TRACY ARM FJORD AND FREDERICK SOUND Cruise far up Tracy Arm toward the twin Sawyer Glaciers, where steep granite cliffs line waterways choked with blue icebergs. Search for humpback whales, seals, sea lions, and porpoise in Frederick Sound. BLD

DAY 7 SKAGWAY Relive the Gold Rush in the picture-perfect setting of Skagway, the starting place for many early gold seekers. BLD

DAY 8 GLACIER BAY NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE Today's majestic excursion into Glacier Bay National Park will look for wildlife and glacier activity in remote bays. A Park Service Ranger and a Native Cultural Interpreter are onboard to help spot wildlife and offer insight. Harriman's Expedition was here for five days. BLD

DAY 9 SITKA This one-time capital of Russian America is filled with a wealth of historical art and artifacts. Harriman's party saw this same Russian influence here. Stroll the totem-lined forest trail at Sitka National Historic Park. BLD

DAY 10 EXPLORING THE ALASKAN COAST View the rugged Alaskan Coast, watching for wildlife that calls this remote landscape and seascape home. Conditions permitting, we may explore this area in small excursion craft. BLD

DAY 11 PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND Keep your binoculars and camera handy as we explore the secluded wildlife-rich islands and iceberg-filled fjords in rarely visited Prince William Sound. BLD

DAY 12 WHITTIER Located at the head of Passage Canal, spend the day in Whittier. Optional activities may include kayaking or traveling to Anchorage. BLD

DAY 13 WILDERNESS CRUISING Take in the scenery along the rugged coastline of Kenai Fjords National Park. Look for orcas, otters, puffins, bears, moose, and mountain goats. BLD

DAY 14 KODIAK Situated at the crossroads of the world's most productive commercial fishing grounds, your day includes sightseeing at the Baranov Museum, the Alutiiq Museum and the Fish Tech Center. Harriman's party spent July 4, 1899, here. BLD

DAY 15 KATMAI NATIONAL PARK Watch for brown bears browsing the shorelines as you explore the rarely-visited Geographic Harbor, an important stop for migrating birds like the Arctic tern. BLD

DAY 16 SHUMAGIN ISLANDS Step ashore from inflatable excursion craft to a totally uninhabited island to examine sea life in the tide pools and admire the 20-million-year-old petrified wood on the beach. Explore Haystack Rocks, home to a variety of seabirds, seals, and sea lions. BLD

DAY 17 DUTCH HARBOR Here on Unalaska Island in the Aleutians, sightseeing includes the Museum of the Aleutians, World War II Memorial Park, and bald eagles. BLD

DAY 18 PRIBILOF ISLANDS On St. George, local guides take you to premium viewing sites to see fur seals and seabirds. Keep an eye out for puffins, auklets, murres, and herds of reindeer. BLD

DAY 19 YUKON DELTA NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE Today you will visit remote Nunivak island. You may spot wild musk oxen and caribou in this off-the-beaten-path locale. BLD

DAYS 20-22 EXPLORING THE BERING SEA Clear customs into Russia and take a tour of Provideniya. Search the rugged shoreline of Russia's Chukotka Peninsula. In three days of flexible exploration, you may also visit:

  • LITTLE DIOMEDE Separated from Russia's Big Diomede by less than two miles and the International Date Line.

  • NOVOYE CHAPLINO This Russian Yupik village claims ethnic kinship to Eskimos in Alaska. SAVOONGA Alaska's Eskimos travel around their treeless domain by all-terrain vehicles.

  • YANRAKYNNOT Chukchi subsistence hunters venture from this village to hunt walrus, whales, and other sea creatures. A fascinating archaeological site, Whale Bone Alley, runs along the shore for many miles. BLD

 

DAY 23 THE ARCTIC CIRCLE Today cruise far north, perhaps far enough to cross the Arctic Circle. Possible whale sightings include grays, orcas, minkes, humpbacks, and bowheads. BLD

DAY 24 NOME TO ANCHORAGE See the vitality and spirit of Nome with a brief sightseeing tour before leaving on your included flight to Anchorage. Upon arrival in Anchorage, you will be transferred to the Sheraton Hotel to spend a relaxing evening nestled between the Chugach Mountains and the shoreline of Cook Inlet. BLD

DAY 25 ANCHORAGE Transfer to the airport for your flight home, or to continue your Alaska adventure.

Request: Northbound Cruise 1a or Southbound 2a.

CRUISE 1a IN HARRIMAN'S WAKE NORTHBOUND
               
               
SPIRIT OF OCEANUS SUITE CATEGORY
               
DEPARTURE Superior Majestic Premium Classic Explorer Gr. Titan Owner's
               
June 22, 2007 $15549 16149 16649 17649 20249 21849 27599
 
CRUISE 2a IN HARRIMAN'S WAKE SOUTHBOUND
             
             
SPIRIT OF OCEANUS SUITE CATEGORY
             
DEPARTURE Superior Majestic Premium Classic Explorer Gr. Titan Owner's
               
July 14, 2007 $15549 16149 16649 17649 20249 21849 27599
 
The cost of your cruise includes $1485 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.

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