Discover the majesty of Alaska’s natural wonders on this spectacular ten-night luxury cruise with Oceania Cruises. Embark in Seattle, gateway to the North Country, and set sail for the Inside Passage. Watch for Dall sheep, bears, and moose that inhabit the breathtaking peaks and islands. Continue to Ketchikan, where you can see the area’s renowned totem poles, or journey to nearby Tongass National Forest for a day exploring old-growth rain forest. Experience the history of Wrangell’s gold rush history at the local museum or pay a visit to the traditional Tlingit tribal house. Stop in Icy Strait Point, where the beautifully restored salmon cannery showcases local arts and crafts, then cruise Hubbard Glacier, the longest tidewater glacier in North America. Indulge in upscale shopping among Juneau’s authentic totems and art or join in the uniquely Alaskan outdoor activities of nearby Mendenhall Glacier. Visit Sitka’s historic attractions, like the Sitka National Historical Park’s totem-lined forest trails and authentic artisan exhibits. Before you say farewell to Regatta in Seattle, spend a day in western Canada’s oldest city, Victoria, rich with British heritage and overflowing with cosmopolitan charm.
Spot wildlife as you sail the Inside Passage and see Native totem poles in Ketchikan. Immerse yourself in the gold rush history of Wrangell. Watch whales feeding near Icy Strait Point, cruise Hubbard Glacier, and have an Alaskan outdoor adventure at Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau. Take in Alaskan heritage along forest trails in Sitka and visit Victoria, western Canada’s oldest city.
July 19: Seattle, Washington
July 20: Cruising the Inside Passage
July 21: Ketchikan, Alaska
July 22: Wrangell, Alaska
July 23: Icy Strait Point (Hoonah), Alaska
July 24: Cruising Hubbard Glacier
July 25: Juneau, Alaska
July 26: Sitka, Alaska
July 27: Cruising the Outside Passage
July 28: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
July 29: Seattle, Washington
*Date, price, and itinerary are subject to change.