Royal Caribbean Alaska Cruises
If you want to go on an Alaskan Cruise, Royal Caribbean offers some great choices. The four main cruises you can select from are Alaska Northbound cruise, Alaska Southbound cruise, Alaska Hubbard Glacier cruise and Alaska Sawyer Glacier cruise. Each of these cruises last seven nights and each one offer its own unique experience.
The Alaska Northbound cruise typically costs between $800 and $2,000, depending on the accommodations you prefer. If you select this cruise, you will depart from Vancouver, British Columbia and you will travel north to beautiful points within Alaska including Inside Passage, Ketchikan, Skagway, Icy Strait Point and the Hubbard Glacier.
The Alaska Southbound cruise is similar; however you will begin in Seward, Alaska and you will travel south. With a cost almost identical to the Alaska Northbound cruise, your decision can be entirely based off of your port preferences. The ship, Radiance of the Seas, is also the same in the northbound and southbound cruises.
If your budget allows you to spend a bit more, consider an Alaska Hubbard Glacier cruise. With prices ranging from around $900 to around $2,300, this is definitely a more exotic cruise. You begin your journey in Vancouver and travel to magical points in Alaska such as Icy Strait Point, Skagway and, of course, the Hubbard Glacier.
If you're more interested in a lower priced cruise option, the Alaska Sawyer Glacier cruise might be what you are looking to find. The affordable prices for this cruise starts at about $700 person and go up to about $1,700. You will depart from Seattle and visit many interesting destinations in this seven-day cruise.
These cruises are typically available starting at the end of May and run through the beginning of September. If you choose to cruise with Royal Caribbean, you can pick from their many departure dates and you can find the cruise that can fit your budget!
You can get more detailed information about each of these cruises by visiting Royal Caribbean online.