The Alaska Cruise











When you sail on an Alaska Cruise from Canada’s beautiful West Coast Port of Vancouver, you’ll sail the cool, clean waters of the Inside Passage along the coast of British Columbia. These waters teem with wildlife. You’ll see whales, seals, sea lions and porpoises, and over head you view the majestic bald eagle. The dense rainforest made up of cedar, Douglas fir, hemlock and spruce, creates a green spill of vegetation down the rugged mountain slopes to the sea. This is the magnificent Alaska Cruise from Vancouver.

 You’ll leave for Alaska from the Canada Place cruise ship terminal. This modern passenger pier is located only 10 blocks from the Best Western Plus Chateau Granville. On departure day, the pier will be crowded with excited travelers waiting to embark on their northern adventure. Downtown Vancouver is a bustle with cruisers, as up to 5 ships a day leave this beautiful port city. In 2011, more than 600,000 people left from Vancouver for their cruise to Alaska. This year is shaping up to be even more popular. Passengers consistently marvel at the friendly, fresh experience that is the Alaska Cruise from Vancouver. Cruise ship lines that sail from Vancouver to Alaska include Holland America, Princess, Celebrity, Norwegian, Caribbean cruise lines and more.

 You may want to spend a few extra days on your vacation enjoying the many delights that Vancouver has to offer. Perhaps a day or two before your cruise, or a few days after your cruise can be spent finding out for yourself why everybody raves about the Alaska Cruise from Vancouver. Vancouver has incredible parks, world-class restaurants, terrific shopping, and friendly people. A few days in the city can enhance your vacation experience. Stay awhile, and create an even more lasting memory to your Alaska Cruise vacation experience.


Book your Alaska Cruise out of Vancouver, and find out for yourself why we call it Super Natural British Columbia.

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