Alaskan discovery - Ft. Regent Seven Sea Cruises

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Canada, United States, Alaska

Best time to go: JuneAugust

13 Nights | from £6,680pp

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  • Spot Orcas and humpbacks on whale-watching trips from Juneau
  • Witness the spectacular beauty of Tracy Ann Fjord and the Sawyer Glaciers – you may even be lucky enough to see them calve
  • Cruise through George Inlet from Ketchikan and savour freshly-caught crab for lunch
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  • By booking this sailing with our pre and post cruise options guests will receive exclusive A&K benefits

Pre Cruise Day 1 -2 UK/Vancouver, Canada
Depart the UK for Vancouver and on arrival, a member of the A&K team will transfer you to your hotel for a two-night stay. This West Coast Canadian city is regularly voted the world’s top place to live, and you can see why. It’s not just the spectacular setting and mountainous backdrop, but the lively arts scene and vibrant cultural mix too. Take the tram to the top of Grouse Mountain, visit picturesque Stanley Park in the city centre or if you’re feeling adventurous, take a scenic float plane ride across the city sights and over the Strait of Georgia where you may spot seals, eagles and dolphins.
Fairmont Pacific Rim | Meals: Room Only

Day 3 Vancouver/Embarkation
Today a member of the A&K team will transfer you to the port for embarkation. As the cruise ship terminal at Canada Place is so central, there should be time for more sightseeing before you embark. Visit historic Gastown, the oldest part of the city that started with a saloon built by ‘Gassy Jack’ Deighton to make money from the miners going to the Yukon. The resulting shanty town, called Gas Town, marked the birth of modern Vancouver, whose name was taken from English Naval captain George Vancouver. Now Gastown is known for its hip restaurants and eclectic shops.
Seven Seas Mariner | Meals: Dinner

Day 4 Cruising the Inside Passage
This is the classic cruising route to Alaska and regarded as one of the world’s most scenic sea-going journeys. The Inside Passage has been shaped by colossal glaciers and spans Alaska, British Colombia and Washington State. Expect to see a wealth of marine life, from whales and porpoises to seals and bald eagles.
Seven Seas Mariner | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5 Ketchikan, USA
There’s a pioneering feel to this former Indian fishing camp, which was colonised by settlers drawn by its bountiful natural assets. So many salmon canneries opened, Ketchikan became known as the salmon capital of the world. But it is a land of lumberjacks too, thanks to a profusion of sawmills and pulp mills that sprang up here. Another Ketchikan speciality is rain – lots of it. The town is famous as one of the rainiest spots on earth. It is also a good jumping off point for natural adventures: float plane rides along the Misty Fjords, fishing trips, rainforest walking tours, bear-spotting trips and even lumberjack shows.
Seven Seas Mariner | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6 Juneau, USA
Alaska’s state capital has its roots in gold, from when in 1880 prospectors Joe Juneau and Richard Harris discovered ‘bean-size’ nuggets that sparked a gold rush that resulted in three of the world’s largest gold digs where more than $150 million of the precious metal was mined. Today, one of the city’s biggest industries is tourism, founded on the wealth of natural attractions on its doorstep. Jump on a bus to get to the vast Mendenhall Glacier or soar away on a helicopter ride; visit a salmon hatchery; and take a whale-watching trip. For adventurers there is white-water rafting, dog-sledding, sea plane rides and an abundance of hiking trails.
Seven Seas Mariner | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7 Cruising Tracy Arm Fjord
The twin Sawyer Glaciers sit at the head of this spectacular 30-mile long fjord, which is 1,200ft at its deepest point. Named after American Civil War General Benjamin Franklin Tracy, the fjord is a narrow passage with spectacular rocky cliffs with snow-capped peaks, sheer rock palisades and plunging waterfalls that create colourful rainbows as the water plummets into the fjord below. On nearing the glaciers, the fjord becomes a mass of tiny icebergs, some topped with lazing seals, while the glaciers gleam with a turquoise hue. Keep a lookout for bears, wolves and deer on the shore, and watch out for whales, seals and sea lions in these fertile North Pacific waters.
Seven Seas Mariner | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8 Cruising the Inside Passage
Continue cruising the Inside Passage today.
Seven Seas Mariner | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9 Victoria, Canada
Quaint, charming and genteel, Victoria has long possessed an old-world reputation with its numerous displays of colourful flowers and English traditions. This former British colony, was long regarded as North America’s most English city, but has undergone something of a revolution in recent years that has injected a younger, more hip ambience. Its harbour is filled with pleasure craft, sea planes and ferries for whale-watching trips and flight-seeing adventures. The most popular draw is the 55-acre Butchart Gardens and themed botanical displays. Other attractions include the imposing 19th-century legislative buildings, the Victorian-era Craigdarroch Castle and the city’s butterfly gardens.
Seven Seas Mariner | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10 Vancouver, Canada
On disembarking, a member of the A&K team will transfer you to your hotel for a final night in Vancouver. Explore the city’s sights on foot, aboard the harbour ferry or by the SkyTrain. Alternatively, take the Hop-on Hop-off bus tour that takes in First Nation totem poles at Brockton Point, Vancouver Aquarium and the cobblestone streets of the historic Gastown area.

Post Cruise Day 11-12 Victoria, Vancouver Island
Let us take you on a small hopper flight across to the capital of British Columbia, Victoria, where you can explore this city’s different communities, have a drink in one of its Canadian or English-style pubs, explore the lush Beacon Hill Park. Best of all, get on your bike as Victoria is said to more cycle routes than any other Canadian city.
The Oswego Hotel | Meals: Room Only

Day 13 Vancouver/UK
Today a member of the A&K team will transfer you to the airport for your flight home.

At A&K all of our journeys are individually tailored to suit your needs and timescale. As a guide, this 14 day suggested holiday will cost from £6,680 per person, based on two sharing a Veranda Suite, including international flights, gratuities, service charges, all dining, premium standard alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, Wi-Fi and 29 shore excursions to choose from during the voyage. Pre and post touring as listed. We can also help you extend your stay with pre and post travel >

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Schedule of Travel

  • This cruise forms part of our tailor-made itinerary and pre and post cruise options can be tailored to your interests
  • This sailing has two departures on the 7th June and 23rd August
  • Other similar cruises are available throughout the summer
June 5th 2017 UK / Vancouver (Canada)
June 6th 2017 Vancouver (Canada)
June 7th 2017 Vancouver (Canada) / Embarkation
June 8th 2017 Cruising the Inside Passage
June 9th 2017 Ketchikan (USA)
June 10th 2017 Juneau (USA)
June 11th 2017 Crusing Tracy Arm Fjord
June 12th 2017 Cruising Inside Passage 
June 13th 2017 Victoria (Canada) 
June 14th 2017 Vancouver (Canada)
June 15th 2017 Victoria 
June 16th 2017 Victoria
June 17th 2017 Vancouver / UK


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Useful info


Best time to be there

Make the most of long days and the best weather by travelling between June and September during this time the days are long (19 hours of daylight in June) and nature is in full bloom. Sadly the weather in this part of the world isn't predictable. During the summertime days can be pleasantly warm, even hot, but this can be followed in equal measure by rain, fog and then sun again.

Fly to

Seattle (10 hrs) and then onto Anchorage (3 hrs 40) or Juneau (2 hrs 30)

time difference

GMT -8 hours


ESTA Visa required for UK Passport Holders

Health Requirements

Travel insurance is highly recommended as health bills can be high in the USA.

Best time to be there

The peak season is from June to September. Humpback and Killer whale viewing is best in June and July.

Fly to

For Western Canada, British Airways and Air Canada fly to Vancouver and Calgary.
For Eastern and Atlantic Canada, British Airways and Air Canada fly to Toronto, St John's and Halifax.

Flying time

For Western Canada, 9-12 hours.
For Eastern / Atlantic Canada, 5-7 hours.

Time difference

Western Canada is GMT -8 hours.
For Eastern / Atlantic Canada is GMT -4 hours.


Visas not required for UK passport holders for travel prior to 1st March 2016. An eVisa will be required thereafter.

Best time to be there

At 38 times the size of the UK, there is always a part of the country having great weather. The peak season is from June to September.

Fly to

British Airways fly to all the major cities in the States.

Flying time

7-12 hours

Time difference

From -5 to -10 hours behind GMT


ESTA Visa required for UK Passport Holders

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