Seven-Day Glacier Route from Vancouver to Juneau, Glacier Bay, Skagway,
Ketchikan and back to Vancouver
As a guest aboard Carnival Spirit, you'll see the Great Land in the grandest
possible way. As you sail along the Inside Passage (often in the company of
frolicking sea lions and humpback whales), you'll marvel at Alaska's mountains,
waterfalls, and glaciers. During your adventure, you'll feast on just-caught
salmon, saunter through Gold Rush towns and be constantly astounded by
breathtaking beauty. This is more than a seven-day vacation. It's a lifetime of
memories. So, be prepared for excitement far beyond your expectations. We
recommend the Balcony if you truly want to sit and marvel at all the beauty
along the way.
Informative genealogy classes taught by the experts Dave Berdan, Ken McGinnis,
Geoff Rasmussen and Jim Terry will be offered on the days out to sea. Learn the
powerful features of Legacy 6.0 that will really help you advance your
genealogical research and have a great time doing it.
Sailing Itinerary Sept. 6-13, 2006:
Depart Wednesday, 5:30 PM, from Vancouver, BC, Canada
Thursday, Cruise the Inside Passage -- As you sail cruise the Inside Passage
view the wonders of playful sea lions, humpback whales and bald eagles while
you marvel at Alaskas majestic mountains, waterfalls, and glaciers. Have your
cameras and binoculars ready. And don't forget those Legacy classes!
Arrive Friday, 2:00 PM, Juneau, Depart 11:00 PM -- Juneau, Alaska's colorful
capital city, was once a magnet for gold seekers in the 1890s. Don't miss the
the famous Red Dog Saloon!
Saturday, Cruise Glacier Bay -- Make sure you have your camera ready when you
visit Glacier Bay. Spread across 3.2 million acres in Southeast Alaska, this
protected national park is home to 15 active glaciers, numerous seabirds,
otters and humpback whales. There are more Legacy classes scheduled, too!
Arrive Sunday, 7:00 AM, Skagway, AK, Depart 3:00 PM -- This unique port is a
town of false-front buildings and wood plank sidewalks. Catch the action at the
playfully "naughty" Red Onion Saloon and in the "Days of '98 Saloon" Theatre.
Visit a recreated Gold Rush Trail Camp. For a journey into Alaska's past,
travel aboard the White Pass and Yukon Railroad.
Arrive Monday, 11:00 AM, Ketchikan, AK, Depart 7:00 PM -- In Ketchikan, a town
built on stilts, the renowned totem poles are proud reminders of the area's
strong native presence. Wander down Creek Street, the town's famous, and
now-innocent, "red light" district. This city proudly proclaims itself the
"Salmon Capitol of the World."
Tuesday, Cruise the Inside Passage and Legacy classes.
Arrive Wednesday, 7:00 AM, Vancouver, BC, Canada -- If you extend your stay in
Vancouver, you'll definitely want to visit Gastown. Dine at the superb
restaurants and browse through the quaint curio shops. Save time to stroll
through the exquisite gardens of Stanley Park.
Cruise prices begin at US $677.00 per person, inside cabin, double occupancy
plus US $265 port charges, taxes and Legacy classes.
Ocean view cabin at a starting rate of US $927.00 per person plus US $265 port
charges and taxes.
Balcony cabin at a starting rate of US $1127.00 per person plus US $265 port
charges and taxes.
When the above cabins have sold the rate will be a lot higher if any are
available, so take advantage of these low rates while they last! The rates are
for the cruise only. Air and ground transportation to and from the cruise are
additional. Optional pre-cruise or post-cruise hotel packages are available.
We look forward to sailing with you all next year.
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