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Welcome to Alaska: an alpine frontier, where jagged peaks descend into clear waters. Rare wildlife and glaciers are the highlights of this stunning American state.
Our stunning destinations.
The town of Seward is both charming and scenic. It is the terminus point of the historic Alaska Railroad, and is also home to a fine menu of restaurants.
You'll sail beyond the Inside Passage into the protected Alaska Inside Passage; a complex labyrinth of fjords and bays where whales and sea lions find refuge during the summer months.
The largest calving glacier on the North American continent, Hubbard Glacier calves off icebergs as high as 10-story buildings. This sends blocks of ice into the sea every few minutes.
Go whale watching, learn Tinglit tribal customs or fly high above Port Frederick on a zip-rider. Later, tuck into the ultimate halibut and chips at the Hoonah Packing Company cannery.
The dramatic scenery of the Inside Passage has been shaped by glaciers for millions of years. The terrain here is verdant and vivid – mysterious forests blanket the towering mountains.
Some sightseeing is best done from above. View the majestic Mendenhall Glacier from the East Glacier Loop Trail, or sail via gondola to Mount Roberts. Don’t miss the crab cakes.
Experience Eden firsthand. Kayak saltwater fjords fringed by forests, keeping an eye out for black bears and porpoises. Tour the great outdoors by foot, bike or zipline.
Explore this Russian-influenced fishing village with a tour of the onion-domed cathedral perched atop Castle Hill. Alternatively, venture out on a sea excursion and try your hand at catching halibut.
Your gateway to the rugged Klondike harks back to the 1898 gold rush. See the vast Davidson Glacier up close, or hop aboard the White Pass and Yukon Route Railway.
The Tracy Arm Fjord is book-ended by two of Alaska's most dramatic glaciers, the North and South Sawyer, and surrounded by granite walls that rise 3,000 feet from the seas.
Discover unforgettable experiences on your Alaskan cruise. There is no more immersive way to experience Alaska than by sea – get up close and personal with captivating wildlife and discover glaciers inaccessible by any other route, all from the comfort of your Celebrity Cruises ship.
Alaska is one of the last unspoilt destinations on Earth. Vast, sparsely populated and untamed, it’s also home to thriving populations of salmon, moose, humpback whales and nesting eagles. Our onboard experts are on-hand on all our Alaskan cruises to teach you more about this breath-taking region, with interactive talks covering a range of topics from the night sky to the diversity of the wildlife. For some inspiration before you set off, read our Alaskan wildlife guide for advice on when best to see a range of impressive animals.
With awe-inspiring glaciers and stunning national parks, it’s unsurprising that visiting the natural wonders of Alaska are on many people’s bucket list. Whether it’s from the cruise ship itself, or as part of one of our shore excursions, the sights you’ll see on an Alaskan cruise are like nothing you’ll see anywhere else in the world. A must-see spectacle is ice calving at Hubbard Glacier, the largest tidewater glacier in North America, where you can witness icebergs being formed right in front of you.
Adventure seekers will find a wealth of activities for try. Enjoy the spectacular views that the state offers with an invigorating hike through scenic forests, take to the water yourself on a kayak amongst the mountains or strap in to the world’s largest zip line at Ice Strait Point for a truly unique vantage point. Then after all the excitement, you can retire back to the ship to unwind at the spa or dine with the mountains as your backdrop.
The best of Alaska, handpicked by us.
Experience the best of Alaska by land & sea.
The ships that visit Alaska.
965ft / 2170 guests / est. 2001
965ft / 2138 guests / est. 2000
1041ft / 2850 guests / est. 2008
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Departs Sep 15, 2019
Departs Sep 14, 2018
Departs May 10, 2019
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