Azamara Club Cruises®
8-Night Alaska Adventure Voyage, Vancouver to Seward
July 12, 2019
Sail aboard the Azamara Quest from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Ketchikan, Alaska; Wrangell, Alaska; Sitka, Alaska; Juneau, Alaska; Icy Strait Point, Alaska; Hubbard Glacier (scenic cruising); and Seward, Alaska
From $2,799(1)(2) per person, based on double occupancy, Club Interior stateroom
Azamara Club Cruises Double Upgrade Offer!
Treat yourself to a beautiful, spacious Club Veranda stateroom for the price of a Club Interior on this voyage when you book this sailing by December 7, 2018.* Offer applies to new bookings only and is based on availability. Terms and conditions apply.
All Bluegreen owners can book cruises by calling Bluegreen Travel Services at 855.645.2215. Traveler Plus members have the option of paying for any cruise with annual, biennial, borrowed and rented Points, a credit card, or any combination of these.**
Take a different kind of Alaska cruise next summer. Azamara Club Cruise’s bold itineraries are designed to bring you closer to the snow-capped peaks and abundant waters of Alaska’s islands, inlets and beyond. The ancestral home to five major indigenous groups and site of Russian America, Alaska’s history runs deeper than Klondike gold. Sail to some of the most alluring, unexpected ports the North Pacific has to offer aboard the Azamara Quest, a mid-sized beauty with a deck plan well-suited to the needs of modern voyagers. You’ll never feel crowded in the comfortable bars, restaurants, lounges, casino and Cabaret. Nor will you feel like a sardine jammed in around the pool, where attentive staff are always ready to offer a complimentary bottled water, soft drink or fresh towel. Staterooms feature modern amenities, furnishings and European linens. And one of the greatest features of this ship is the large number of staterooms with verandas; there’s nothing better than opening your door to the fresh sea air and views.
Embark on your cruise in Vancouver, British Columbia, and visit the following ports:
Ketchikan: Surrounded by lakes, rivers, and streams, the “Salmon Capital of the World” is an angler’s paradise. Hop on a charter and keep an eye out for Ketchikan’s other marine residents, like orca and humpback whales, seals and porpoises. Hike Married Man’s Trail, kayak the Misty Fjords, visit the Totem Heritage Center, and stroll Creek Street for quaint restaurants, bars, gift shops and scenic views.
Wrangell: Tucked away in the heart of the Inside Passage lies one of Alaska’s oldest towns. From the native Tlingit people through Russian, British and American occupation, the town’s history is as rich as its natural beauty is breathtaking. Mountains, islands, rainforests and glaciers are all begging to be explored in a place where outdoor adventure is as abundant as glittering gold nuggets once were.
Sitka: A walk around the city’s downtown brings you closer to its history with views of the Blockhouse, Russian Bishop’s House, St. Michael’s Russian Orthodox Cathedral and the storied Castle Hill. Visit the Fortress of the Bear and the Alaska Raptor Center to get an up-close look at orphaned brown bear cubs, injured bald eagles and other birds, and learn about both centers’ commitment to serving Alaska’s wildlife.
Juneau: Stretching from the Juneau Icefield to the waterfront downtown, Juneau is a treasure trove of sights. Dig into the city’s gold mining history at Juneau Douglas City Museum, stroll down Historic South Franklin Street, go whale or iceberg watching, tour Mendenhall Glacier and the Tongass National Forest or board the Mount Roberts Tramway for great dining, shopping and easy access to hiking trails.
Icy Strait Point: Icy Strait Point is built on the site of a salmon cannery. The restored outbuildings now house a variety of restaurants, a museum and local arts and crafts shops. The port is a cultural hub for the original inhabitants of the area—the Huna people. Enjoy an array of activities indigenous to the area, including native dance performances, brown bear viewings, whale watching, fishing, birding and hiking.
Hubbard Glacier: Named after National Geographic’s first society president, Gardiner Hubbard, this frosty-blue glacier is a sight unlike anything you’ve ever seen. The longest ice river in North America, this 76-mile stretch of glacier water meanders its way through Alaska to the Russell Fjord Wilderness. Witness this awe-inspiring phenomenon from onboard, while keeping an eye out for whales, harbor seals and otters.
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