Princess Cruises, the #1 cruise line to Alaska, has unveiled their 2017 Alaska Cruise and Land and Sea program. All 2017 Alaska cruises and Land and Sea Vacations are now open for booking.
Princess Cruises will have six cruise ships sailing to Alaska in 2017 on 113 different departures from Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco, and Whittier including the following:
- Voyage of the Glaciers – The most popular Alaskan cruise with Princess, this Vancouver to Whittier sailing features two different glacier viewing experiences on every voyage.
- Inside Passage – This seven night cruise to the Alaskan Inside Passage is known for its lush scenery and pristine fjords. Select sailings will also visit Glacier Bay on 10 day cruises.
Princess offers guests more than 20 Land and Sea Vacations in 2017, most featuring multiple nights at Princess-owned Wilderness Lodges to experience the grandeur of Denali. Guests will once again be able to purchase a pre-paid meal package for the land portion of their vacation in 2017.
Options in 2017 include Denali Explorer, Off the Beaten Path, Connoissuer, Heart of the Rockies Plus Rail, and On Your Own for those who want to independently explore the beauty of the 49th state.
Jan Swartz, president of Princess Cruises, gave the following statement:
As the #1 cruise line in Alaska, Princess continues to offer guests the best of this beautiful state while on land and at sea. From wilderness and glaciers to fresh salmon and sled dog puppies, the newest North to Alaska experiences truly delivers on our commitment to ensuring our guests come back new.
There will be many ways for passengers to engage in authentic experiences through the award winning North to Alaska program. From Cook My Catch to Puppies in the Plaza (real Alaskan sled dog puppies are brought on board), there will be something for everyone to enjoy.
While on land, passengers will hear first hand tales from mountain climbers who have conquered Denali as they tell the exhilarating stories of their journey in the new Hudson Theater at the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge.
For more information about cruises to Alaska on Princess Cruises, contact your local travel professional or visit Princess.com.
Princess Cruises is one of the world’s leading cruise lines with a fleet of 18 cruise ships visiting over 360 destinations each year. Over 1.7 million passengers cruise on Princess each year on more than 150 itineraries that range from three to 114 days.