Alaska, by Cunard

One of the most intriguing, beautiful and unique destinations on earth, a voyage of Alaska is akin to embarking on an arctic exploration, offering wondrous scenes of iridescent glaciers lapped by icy waterways. Fresh from a season in Japan, Queen 30 Elizabeth® will embark on a series of 7, 10 and 11-night Alaska voyages from Vancouver, combining scenic cruising of Glacier Bay National Park, and/or Hubbard Glacier, with port calls ashore in some of the small communities that have made their home among the fjords, glaciers and greenery of The Last Frontier. Wander the colorful totem poles of Ketchikan, immerse yourself in Tlingit culture at Icy Strait Point, and experience the sweeping mountain views on Skagway’s famous White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad.

Spacious decks offering a true sense of freedom, days filled with possibilities and evenings where the night is always young. Life on board Queen Elizabeth® is vibrant and inviting. Enjoy a round of croquet on her Games Deck, savor specialty drinks inspired by Alaska and celebrate the signature flavors of Alaska or swim a few lengths under the open sky in her exquisite Pavilion Pool.  Live and breath the essence of the Grand Land.
 

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