Great Travel Deals on Alaskan Cruises

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Alaska Inside Passage Cruise Ship
Alaska Inside Passage Cruise Ship
Typical Alaska Cruise
Typical Alaska Cruise
With the extra supply of cruises, 2016 was a great year to cruise wonderful Alaska during Peak Summer season!

This is due to the concerns about Mexico. Most Mexican Riviera cruises were canceled and the cruise ships were moved to other places like Alaska. 2017 looks to also be great.


Examples of 7-day Alaskan cruise deals in 2015:

$449 August 2  Holland America  Anchorage to Vancouver
$499 August 9  Holland America  Vancouver to Anchorage
$449 August 16  Holland America  Anchorage to Vancouver
$599 Sept 6 Holland America Vancouver to Anchorage 

See our 3 travel posts below to learn about things to do and how to save money on a wonderful week cruise combined with a week interior land visit to Alaska.

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Kenai Peninsula & Fjords National Park
Kenai Peninsula & Fjords National Park
Alaskan Railroad to Beautiful Interior
Alaskan Railroad to Beautiful Interior

If you have two weeks to explore Alaska, we believe that the week cruise combined with a week interior land trip that we researched and took is one of the better trips you can take. 

You can take the Alaska cruise either before or after the land portion. This trip includes a number of Alaska’s rather easily accessible main attractions and gets you off the beaten path to see some ‘real’ Alaska. 

We started with a classic 7-day Alaska Inside Passage cruise leaving from Vancouver, Canada, visiting Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, and cruising Glacier Bay. Our second week was a land tour of Alaska’s interior visiting Anchorage, Denali National Park, Talkeetna, Seward and then the Kenai Peninsula & Fjords National Park with beautiful scenic Park Connection bus and Alaskan Railroad trips.
Fun Ports of Call Ketchikan Alaska
Fun Ports of Call - 
Example: Ketchikan, Alaska

See our 3 travel blog posts on our Alaska trip to see some of the best things to do and how to get bargains:





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  4. Have you tried repositioning (or relocation) cruises? With about US$ 500 you can cross Atlantic in about 2 weeks all inclusive. Some of our colleagues have done it and we hope to try it, too. They sail from USA to Europe in spring and Europe to USA in autumn.

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  10. Since a long time the most vogue destination for cruising is Alaska due to their long coastline and amazing beauty. I have been fortunate enough to have awesome and inspiring experience of this place on Kosher Cruise . I must say that Alaska truly has something for everyone.

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  11. Since a long time the most vogue destination for cruising is Alaska due to their long coastline and amazing beauty. I have been fortunate enough to have awesome and inspiring experience of this place on Kosher Cruise . I must say that Alaska truly has something for everyone.

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  12. Having just completed our very first cruise across the Atlantic we know we'll be looking for more future fun and an Alaskan cruise and visit to the interior sounds wonderful. Like many US citizens, I've never been to Alaska and I can see that this is something I'll have to do soon. Thanks for your great tips!

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  13. Those seem like great prices. We did an intergenerational Alaska cruise one year with family members from ages 13 through 90. It was a great experience once I got them all aboard. Until then, it was a bit like trying to herd cats.

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