Vancouver to Seward SITKA, SKAGWAY & SUMMER FUN 7 Nights Departs Jul 24, 2019 Seven Seas Mariner

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  • POST- DENALI ADVENTURE FROM FAIRBANKS 2019 CODE: FAIL12

    *This program ends in Fairbanks, Alaska therefore all flights must depart from Fairbanks International Airport (FAI)

    Experience the true Alaska by traveling through the pristine countryside by rail, driving through Denali National Park, and exploring intriguing inland cities, often on your own so you’re free to see whatever you wish.

    Day 1

    Upon disembarking the ship in Seward, the Tour Director will join you for the journey through Alaska’s interior during the next five days. Driving toward Anchorage, you will pass through a landscape so spectacular it holds three scenic designations: USDA Forest Service Scenic Byway, Alaska Scenic Byway, and All-American Road.

    In Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, you will enjoy a brief orientation tour that will present some of the highlights and suggestions for lunch on your own in the downtown.

    Following lunch, you will depart for Talkeetna, the quaint Alaskan town that provided the inspiration for the 1990s TV program “Northern Exposure.” It nestles at the confluence of three rivers: the Talkeetna, Chulitna, and Susitna.

    After checking in at the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge, you will attend an exclusive reception so you can get to know your travel companions. The evening is open for dinner on your own and to explore Talkeetna.

    Although known for its restaurants, brewery and fine shopping, Talkeenta also offers extraordinary views of Mt. McKinley, weather permitting. The highest peak in North America, Mt. Denali can usually be photographed from several locales around town, including the back deck of the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge, where you will spend the evening. Dinner is on your own.

    Day 2

    After breakfast at the lodge, board your Deluxe Dome Railcar for the journey to Denali National Park. Seating is upstairs in the dome, which offers incredible views of Alaska’s stunning natural beauty from all sides of the railcar. Lunch is included today onboard the train. The remainder of your day is open for optional activities, such as helicopter flightseeing over Mt. Denali, fly fishing, and whitewater rafting on the Nenana River. The prices for each activity vary. These programs can only be booked at the lodge and are independently operated with no affiliation to the cruise line.

    After dinner on your own, you will spend the evening at the Grande Denali Lodge.

    Day 3

    The day begins with a phenomenal 4-5 hour Denali Natural History Tour. Focusing on the rich natural and cultural history of the park, this program travels to the Teklanika River (mile 30) along the Park Road. Several interpretive stops enhance the experience, with an hour of off-bus experience. Beginning with a stop at the Savage Cabin, the original ranger’s cabin, provides a living history into how the cabin was once used and how it continues to be used today. At the Teklanika River Rest Area you may have the opportunity to see wildlife on the glacially braided Teklanika River from the overlook. At Primrose Ridge, you will experience a memorable Alaskan Native presentation that will enlighten you with how the land has been used for nearly 10,000 years! Your driver/naturalist will provide a great introduction to the landscape, geology, and history of Denali National Park.

    (NOTE: Guests may upgrade to the longer 6-8 hour Tundra Wilderness Tour. This may be purchased from the Tour Director on Day 1 or 2 of the tour program. Tours are conducted in school busses)

    This afternoon, board a deluxe motorcoach and depart for Fairbanks.

    Upon arriving in Fairbanks, you will transfer to the Bear Lodge, your hotel for the next two nights. Dinner is on your own.

    DAY 4

    After breakfast at the lodge, you will begin touring Fairbanks, where you will learn of its rich Gold Rush history. A stop will be made at Trail Breaker Kennels to meet the canine athletes that run some of the biggest dog sled races in the world. Located along the Chena River in Fairbanks, Alaska, Trail Breaker Kennel was established in 1980 by the husband and wife team of David Monson (Yukon Quest champion) and Susan Butcher (four-time Iditarod champion). Both were avid mushers and longed to fulfill their dream of mushing full-time and raising a family. In 1993, David and Susan decided to share their love of sled dogs with the public.

    Trail Breaker Kennel is now one of the longest operating kennels in Fairbanks where visitors experience and enjoy an Alaskan mushing lifestyle. During the winter months, the Alaskan huskies train for and participate in sled dog races around Alaska. In the summer, the dogs take a break from racing and enjoy short training runs around the lake, swimming in the river, and interacting with visitors from around the world.

    Following an included lunch at a restaurant in Fairbanks, you will get to spend time this afternoon at the Fountainhead Antique Auto Collection. This hidden gem rivals most collections found around the world and displays American-made antique automobiles and vintage clothing from Alaska’s post-Gold Rush era. Highlights include early steam, electric and hybrid cars, America’s first V16-powered automobile, and midget racecars. All automobiles in this collection are operational.

    The remainder of the day is free for dinner on your own and other optional activities.

    Day 5

    Following breakfast at the lodge, you will transfer to the Fairbanks International Airport for your flight home.

    Land Program Step by Step:

    • Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. All program timings are approximate, given here for general reference purposes and subject to change.

    • Itineraries with the most up to date details (at the time) will be issued when you are emailed your final cruise documents 21 days prior to sailing. Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Destination Services Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.

    • The hotels used for your land program will be the hotels listed in this document unless you have been advised otherwise in advance of the land program start date.

    DAY 1

    9:00am Depart Seward for Anchorage

    12:00pm Arrive in Anchorage for a brief city tour

    2:00pm Depart for Talkeenta

    5:00pm Arrive in Talkeenta

    5:30pm Opening reception at the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge

    PM Open for dinner on own and optional activities

    Overnight at the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge or similar

    DAY 2

    6:00am Breakfast at the lodge

    11:15am Dome Rail from Talkeetna to Denali with lunch included on board

    3:45pm Arrive Denali National Park; Transfer to Hotel

    PM Open for meals on own and optional activities

    Overnight at Grand Denali Lodge

    DAY 3

    5:00am Buffet breakfast begins at the lodge

    7:00am (Approximate) Depart on the Denali natural history tour

    12:00pm (Approximate) Return from the Denali natural history tour

    Open afternoon for optional activities

    4:00pm Travel by motorcoach from Denali to Fairbanks

    Dinner on own

    Overnight at Bear Lodge or similar

    DAY 4

    6:00am - 7:00am Buffet breakfast at the lodge

    9:00am Fairbanks city tour with Visit to Trail Breaker Kennels

    11:30am Lunch at a Fairbanks restaurant

    PM Visit the Fountainhead Antique Auto Collection

    PM Open for dinner on own and optional activities

    Overnight at the Bear Lodge

    DAY 5

    AM Breakfast at the lodge

    11:00am Check out of the lodge

    Transfers to the Fairbanks International Airport will be arranged approximately 2 hours prior to

    your flight. For guests with later flights, luggage storage will be available at the lodge.

    Extra Nights: If you book extra nights through the cruise line, you will be transferred to the airport per the flight details provided. Check-out time is 11:00am (subject to change). Meals other than breakfast are on your own after Day 5 of your program.

    Transfers: All guests booking their flights independently are required to ensure the cruise line has their most up to date flight details so that transfers to the airport can be arranged. . If flight details are not received 14 days before your cruise start date, transfers will not be arranged.

    Should you book any extra nights on your own or your flight is not on the last day of the program, transfers are not included.

    Should you have a late departing flight you may wish to book an extra night so that you have occupation of your room until your departure. You will be asked to vacate your room by 11:00am. Day rooms can only be purchased directly through the hotel.

    EXPECTED WEATHER

    The average temperature is 55° to 65° Fahrenheit. However, summer temperatures can rise into the 70s.

    Weather conditions are unpredictable.

    What to Bring:

    Warm clothing, rain jacket, binoculars, comfortable walking shoes

    CURRENCY

    US dollar

    ELECTRICITY

    The electric current in the United States is 110 volts. You may need to use a converter for 220-volt devices.

    DOCUMENTS AND VISA REQUIREMENTS

    A valid passport is required for ship embarkation.

    Hotel addresses:

    Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge – 23601 Talkeetna Spurr Road, Talkeetna, AK 99676

    Grande Denali Lodge - George Parks Hwy, AK 99755

    Bear Lodge – 325 Wedgewood Drive, Fairbanks, AK 99701

    *We will only source different hotels in unforeseen situations. If similar hotels are required they will be of equal ratings and standards and you will be notified of the change. If you are not notified of any changes before your departure then you will be staying at the hotels listed in this program

    Program includes:

    •Two nights at the Bear Lodge (Run of House accommodations)

    •One night at Grande Denali Lodge (Run of House accommodations)

    •One night at the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge (Run of House accommodations)

    •Visit to Trailbreaker Kennel

    •Viewing of Fountainhead Antique Auto Collection

    •Denali Natural History Tour

    •Two lunches

    •One opening reception

    •Deluxe dome rail tour

    •Tours and sightseeing as per program

    •Full breakfast daily

    •Fully escorted

    •Luggage handling

    •Airport transfers as applicable

    Please Note: Guests booking their own flights (independent of the cruise line) are responsible for ensuring that the cruise line has the most current and updated departure information so your transfer can be arranged. Should you book any additional nights independently of the cruise line, a departure transfer is not provided.

    Program excludes:

    •Gratuities for Tour Director and motor coach driver

    •Any meals or activities not specified above

    •Personal expenses and hotel incidentals including mini bar and room service

    HOTELS AND LODGES

    The best available hotels and lodges in Alaska are used throughout the land program. They are comfortable and rustic. Guests accustomed to the level of services at an international five-star hotel will find that the same services are not available in Alaska. Due to peak season in Alaska from May through September, it may be difficult to change rooms during the hotel stay as all hotels have very high occupancy. Hotels are subject to change.

    ADDITIONAL TOURING

    While you are in the Denali area at the beginning of the tour program, your guide will present additional touring programs for sale. These tour options vary from week to week and therefore can’t be pre-purchased. However, your guide will do everything possible to help you secure space.

    BAGGAGE

    As your baggage will travel on many different modes of transportation, please choose sturdy cases that have been properly tagged with personal identifications, both inside and out. It is important to keep all valuables and documents on your person. As amenities such as elevators and baggage handling are limited at some locations, we suggest you only carry one bag per person while on the land tour. Alternately, your tour director will collect any pieces that you do not want to take on and off the bus each day and it will be stored on the motorcoach in a locked bay. Please pack accordingly and bring any medications and documents with you.

    Alternatively, you may wish to contact Luggage Forward to make your own luggage transfer arrangements (at own cost) from the ship to your home - www.luggageforward.com Phone: 877-231-5131

    CLOTHING AND CLIMATE

    With a broad variety of weather possibilities, we encourage you to bring clothes that are suited to layering. Daytime attire in Alaska is strictly casual. Comfortable, supportive walking shoes are a must. The following items should be included: water-repellant coat or jacket, collapsible umbrella, rain hat, lightweight windbreaker, and sweaters. It could be warmer inland with summer temperatures in Denali reaching 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

    ALTITUDE

    Travel in Alaska is generally at lower elevations. The maximum altitude is 2,800 feet in Denali National Park.

    WEATHER CONDITIONS

    Weather conditions are unpredictable. While the cruise line and its appointed ground operators will do everything possible to assist with alternative arrangements, we cannot be held responsible for any costs incurred if a land program, tour or private arrangement made through the cruise line is disrupted due to adverse weather.

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    The published itinerary is based on component suppliers expected to be operating for the land program. Changes to the availability of flights, flight and tour schedules or other itinerary components out of the cruise line’s control may require an adjustment to the final itinerary. The local ground operator will handle meal vouchers, train tickets, or tour tickets included in the program. The cruise line reserves the right to substitute hotels, if necessary.

    Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include: inclines, cobblestones, sand, and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing; hats; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended.

    Please note: All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Land Programs must be purchased no later than 60 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 60 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty. There are no refunds for unused portions of any program.

    Price: $2,499 per guest based on double occupancy.

    Land program promotions are per person for guests 1 and 2 for one pre- or post-cruise program only, subject to terms.

  • POST - DISCOVER DENALI 2019 CODE: SWDL04

    See big, bold and genuine Alaska by following its scenic highways and famed Alaska Railway into rustic towns, through majestic Denali National Park, to an Iditarod dog kennel, and up breathtaking, snow-mantled mountains.

    Day 1

    After disembarking from the cruise ship, you will meet your tour director and begin driving to Girdwood. The road passes through some of America’s most spectacular scenery and holds three scenic designations: USDA Forest Service Scenic Byway, Alaska Scenic Byway, and All-American Road. On the way, enjoy a stop at an organization dedicated to preserving Alaska’s wildlife. The center is a home and a refuge for many animals; bear, moose, elk, and other wildlife that call Alaska home.

    Upon arriving at the Hotel Alyeska and checking in, enjoy an included ride to the top of Mt. Alyeska on the aerial tramway for a spectacular view of the surrounding area with its seven glaciers. The rest of the day and evening are to enjoy as you please. Meals are on your own.

    Day 2

    After breakfast at the hotel, begin your 4-hour scenic tour from Girdwood to Denali via the George Parks Highway, which winds through the kind of scenery that defines the Alaskan interior: tundra, soaring mountain peaks, glaciers, forests, wild rivers, and vast expanses primarily inhabited by animals such as moose, grizzlies, foxes and birds.

    In time, you will visit an Iditarod Sled Dog Kennel and learn about this truly Alaskan competition. Note: this is not a ride with the dogs. Traveling from Anchorage to Nome on the Bering Sea coast, each Iditarod team of 12 to 16 dogs and their musher cover 1,150 miles of Alaska’s most rugged terrain in 10 to 17 days. Add temperatures well below zero, scouring winds, and long hours of darkness, and it is no wonder that the Iditarod is called the last Great Race on Earth

    Once you reach Denali, you will be transferred to the Grande Denali Lodge, which perches on the edge of a bluff less than a mile from the entrance to Denali National Park. Following an enlightening private lecture on Denali, your evening is free to enjoy dinner on-own and an overnight at the lodge.

    NOTE: for operational reasons, guests on MAR190526 - program start date June 5, 2019 - will take the train from Talkeetna to Denali on Day 2 and will visit the Iditarod Sled Dog Kennel on Day 4.

    Day 3

    The day starts with an early breakfast at Lodge and then the phenomenal 4-5 hour Denali Natural History Tour. Focusing on the rich natural and cultural history of the park, this program travels to the Teklanika River (mile 30) along the Park Road. Several interpretive stops enhance the experience, with an hour of off-bus experience. Beginning with a stop at the Savage Cabin, the original ranger’s cabin, provides a living history into how the cabin was once used and how it continues to be used today. At the Teklanika River Rest Area you may have the opportunity to see wildlife on the glacially braided Teklanika River from the overlook. At Primrose Ridge, you will experience a memorable Alaskan Native presentation that will enlighten you with how the land has been used for nearly 10,000 years! Your driver/naturalist will provide a great introduction to the landscape, geology, and history of Denali National Park.

    Upon returning to the lodge, enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure, before overnighting at the lodge.

    Day 4

    After breakfast at the lodge, your morning is free to further enjoy Denali National Park.

    Later this morning, transfer to the Denali Railroad depot and board an Alaska Railroad train. As you travel the 4.5 hours to Talkeetna, seating is upstairs in the Dome where you will enjoy views from all sides of the railcar and lunch is included downstairs in the dining room. Arrive in the town of Talkeetna, whose downtown is a National Historic Site.

    Continuing south, you will drive to Anchorage and check-in at the Marriott Hotel in Anchorage. The rest of the day and evening are yours to enjoy as you please.

    NOTE: for operational reasons, guests on MAR190526 - program start date June 5, 2019 - will visit the Iditarod Sled Dog Kennel on this day and drive to Anchorage.

    Day 5

    After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to the Anchorage airport for your flight home.

    The hotel check-out time is 11a.m. Late check-out may be arranged and paid directly to the hotel on a space availability basis. For guests with late flights, luggage storage will be available at the hotel.

    Land Program Step by Step:

    •Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. All program timings are approximate, given here for general reference purposes and subject to change.

    •Itineraries with the most up to date details (at the time) will be issued when you are emailed your final cruise documents 21 days prior to sailing. Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Destination Services Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.

    •The hotels used for your land program will be the hotels listed in this document unless you have been advised otherwise in advance of the land program start date.

    DAY 1

    8:30am Meet your Tour Director upon debarking the ship

    9:00am Depart Seward for Alyeska

    11:30am Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

    12:45pm Arrive at Hotel Alyeska

    Included tram ride Mt. Alyeska

    Open afternoon and evening at leisure. Dinner on own

    Overnight at the Hotel Alyeska, Girdwood

    DAY 2

    6:00am Buffet breakfast at resort

    8:00am Depart resort for Denali

    9:00am Arrive Anchorage for brief City Tour

    12:00pm Arrive at Happy Trails Kennels for presentation

    Box lunch provided with sandwich, pasta salad, cookie and bottle of water

    5:30pm Arrive at the Grande Denali Lodge, steps from Denali National Park 6:30pm Reception with private lecture, followed by dinner (on own, not included)

    Overnight at the Grande Denali Lodge

    DAY 3

    6:00am Buffet breakfast at lodge

    7:00am Approximate Departure for Denali Natural History Tour

    12:00pm Approximate Return for Denali Natural History Tour

    Lunch on own

    PM Open for optional activities. Dinner on own.

    Overnight at the Grande Denali Lodge

    DAY 4

    6:00am Buffet breakfast at lodge

    11:15am Transfer to Denali Rail Depot

    12:30pm Deluxe Dome Rail from Denali to Talkeetna (lunch on train)

    7:30pm Arrive at Marriott Hotel. Dinner on own

    Overnight at the Marriott Hotel or similar

    DAY 5

    AM Breakfast at hotel

    11:00am Check out of the hotel

    AM/PM Transfer to airport two hours prior to your flight. Luggage storage is available for guests with late

    flights.

    Extra Nights: If you book extra nights through the cruise line, you will be transferred to the airport per the flight details provided. Check-out time is 11:00am (subject to change). Meals other than breakfast are on your own after Day 5 of your program.

    Transfers: All guests booking their flights independently are required to ensure the cruise line has their most up to date flight details so that transfers to the airport can be arranged. . If flight details are not received 14 days before your cruise start date, transfers will not be arranged.

    Should you book any extra nights on your own or your flight is not on the last day of the program, transfers are not included.

    Should you have a late departing flight you may wish to book an extra night so that you have occupation of your room until your departure. You will be asked to vacate your room by 11:00am. Day rooms can only be purchased directly through the hotel.

    Expected Weather:

    Approximately 60 degrees Fahrenheit

    What to Bring:

    Warm clothes, rain jacket, binoculars, comfortable walking shoes

    Local Currency:

    US Dollar

    Electricity:

    The electric current in the United States is 110 volts. You may need a converter if you have 220-volt devices.

    Documents and Visa Requirements:

    None for US Citizens

    Hotel addresses:

    Marriott Hotel – 820 W 7th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501

    Grande Denali Lodge - George Parks Hwy, AK 99755

    Hotel Alyeska – 1000 Arlberg Ave, Girdwood, AK 99587

    *We will only source different hotels in unforeseen situations. If similar hotels are required they will be of equal ratings and standards and you will be notified of the change. If you are not notified of any changes before your departure then you will be staying at the hotels listed in this program.

    Program Includes:

    •One night at the Marriott Hotel in Anchorage or similar (Standard double room)

    •Two nights at Grande Denali Lodge or similar (Standard double room)

    •One night at the Alyeska Resort, Girdwood or similar (Standard double room)

    •Full breakfast daily

    •One lunch and one snack box lunch

    •One reception and lecture on Denali

    •Denali Natural History Tour in Denali National Park

    •Deluxe Dome Rail tour

    •Tours and sightseeing as per program

    •Fully escorted

    •Luggage handling and all associated gratuities

    •Airport transfers as applicable Please Note: Guests booking their own flights (independent of the cruise line) are responsible for ensuring that the cruise line has the most current and updated departure information so your transfer can be arranged. Should you book any additional nights independently of the cruise line, a departure transfer is not provided.

    Program Excludes for guests:

    •Gratuities for tour director and motor coach driver

    •Personal expenses

    •Any meals not listed above

    •Hotel incidentals including minibar and room service

    HOTELS AND LODGES

    The best available hotels and lodges in Alaska are used throughout the land program. They are comfortable and rustic. Guests accustomed to the level of services at an international five-star hotel will find that the same services are not available in Alaska. Due to peak season in Alaska from May through September, it may be difficult to change rooms during the hotel stay as all hotels have very high occupancy. Hotels are subject to change.

    ADDITIONAL TOURING

    While you are in the Denali area at the beginning of the tour program, your guide will present additional touring programs for sale. These tour options vary from week to week and therefore can’t be pre-purchased. However, your guide will do everything possible to help you secure space.

    BAGGAGE

    As your baggage will travel on many different modes of transportation, please choose sturdy cases that have been properly tagged with personal identifications, both inside and out. It is important to keep all valuables and documents on your person. As amenities such as elevators and baggage handling are limited at some locations, we suggest you only carry one bag per person while on the land tour. Alternately, your tour director will collect any pieces that you do not want to take on and off the bus each day and it will be stored on the motorcoach in a locked bay. Please pack accordingly and bring any medications and documents with you.

    Alternatively, you may wish to contact Luggage Forward to make your own luggage transfer arrangements (at own cost) from the ship to your home - www.luggageforward.com Phone: 877-231-5131

    CLOTHING AND CLIMATE

    With a broad variety of weather possibilities, we encourage you to bring clothes that are suited to layering. Daytime attire in Alaska is strictly casual. Comfortable, supportive walking shoes are a must. The following items should be included: water-repellant coat or jacket, collapsible umbrella, rain hat, lightweight windbreaker, and sweaters. It could be warmer inland with summer temperatures in Denali reaching 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

    ALTITUDE

    Travel in Alaska is generally at lower elevations. The maximum altitude is 2,800 feet in Denali National Park.

    WEATHER CONDITIONS

    Weather conditions are unpredictable. While the cruise line and its appointed ground operators will do everything possible to assist with alternative arrangements, we cannot be held responsible for any costs incurred if a land program, tour or private arrangement made through the cruise line is disrupted due to adverse weather.

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    The published itinerary is based on component suppliers expected to be operating for the land program. Changes to the availability of flights, flight and tour schedules or other itinerary components out of the cruise line’s control may require an adjustment to the final itinerary. The local ground operator will handle meal vouchers, train tickets, or tour tickets included in the program. The cruise line reserves the right to substitute hotels, if necessary.

    Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include: inclines, cobblestones, sand, and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing; hats; sunglasses; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended.

    Please note: All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Land Programs must be purchased no later than 60 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 60 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty. There are no refunds for unused portions of any program.

    Price: $2,499 per guest based on double occupancy.

    Land program promotions are per person for guests 1 and 2 for one pre- or post-cruise program only, subject to terms.

  • ANCHORAGE HILTON CODE: ANCH10

    In the heart of downtown Anchorage, Alaska, the Hilton Anchorage hotel is known for its convenience and comfort. The hotel is only a few blocks from the Alaska Museum of History and Art, 5th Avenue Mall and a host of restaurants. Hooper Bay Cafe is an open air full service lobby restaurant featuring a buffet station, two private dining areas and a Starbucks Coffee Kiosk. Hilton Hotel fitness amenities include a complimentary health club, indoor heated swimming pool and spa.

    ADDRESS:

    ANCHORAGE HILTON

    500 WEST THIRD AVENUE

    ANCHORAGE, AK. 99501

    PH# 907 272 7411

    Standard Rate
    Number of Nights: 1, Price: $329 per guest based on double occupancy.
    Number of Nights: 2, Price: $568 per guest based on double occupancy.
    Number of Nights: 3, Price: $807 per guest based on double occupancy.

    Concierge Level Rate
    Number of Nights: 1, Price: $319 per guest based on double occupancy.
    Number of Nights: 2, Price: $548 per guest based on double occupancy.
    Number of Nights: 3, Price: $777 per guest based on double occupancy.

    Land program promotions are per person for guests 1 and 2 for one pre- or post-cruise program only, subject to terms.

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