Princess Alaska Cruises 2014
Crown Princess Sails in "The Great Land" for First Time and Pacific Princess Brings Small-Ship Cruising Back to these premier Alaska Cruises for the summer of 2014.
Princess Cruises offers something quite special to those looking to add a land tour to their Alaska cruises. Princess cruise packages include accommodations at their very own Princess Lodges. There are five extremely elegant lodges to choose from and not one of them will leave you wanting for more. Located in the most amazing locations like Denali National Park, Wrangell Saint Elias National Park, Kenai River Lodge near Cooper Landing and the Fairbanks Princess Lodge too.
Princess Cruises is offering a variety of choices in just how you want to see Alaska. Depending on how much time you have available to you, the options range in length from 7 day round trip cruises to 15 night escorted land and sea cruise tours. Lets take a better look into what your options are and see if a Princess Cruise is in your future.
Alaska Cruise Options
Alaska Cruises - A series of 7 day Alaska cruises is offered by Princess Cruises with departures from your choice between Seattle WA and Vancouver Canada.
- Princess Voyage of the Glacier Cruise - 7 day cruise between Vancouver British Columbia and Whittier Alaska or reverse.
- 7 Day Round Trip Alaska Cruises from Seattle Washington - 2 Ships sailing from Pier 91 in Seattle, the Golden Princess and the Grand Princess.
- 11 Day Round Trip Alaska Cruises from San Francisco California - Star Princess will offer two round trip Alaska cruises from San Francisco in 2014.
The Denali Explorer Land and Sea Cruise Tours - 3 days exploring interior Alaska including Denali National Park combined with the 7 day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise between Vancouver British Columbia and Whittier Alaska. These 10 day Alaska vacations are priced starting at $1197 depending on the dates and staterooms chosen.
The Denali "On Your Own" Land and Sea Cruise Tours - Basically it's the Denali Explorer above without the prearranged tours. On these cruise tours of Alaska you still take the same 7 day Alaska cruise and board the same train to Denali and stay at the same hotel or lodge. The difference is in how you explore Alaska making this a great option for hikers, bikers or those looking for an excursion not offered through Princess Cruises. Prices for the "On Your Own" option begin at $897 depending on the dates and staterooms chosen.
The Wrangell-St Elias National Park "Off The Beaten Path" Land and Sea Cruise Tours - We Alaskans call this area the Hidden Gem of Alaska. The Wrangell-St Elias is more remote than Denali, offers a more rustic feel and the history in the area is both colorful and dramatic. Copper River Princess Lodge will surly amaze even the most seasoned travelers among you. The land tour is combined with the 7 day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise between Vancouver British Columbia and Whittier Alaska.
The Kenai Peninsula "Off The Beaten Path" Land and Sea Cruise Tours - This 13 night vacation includes the 7 day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise between Vancouver British Columbia and Whittier Alaska with a 2 night stay at the Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge plus a 2 night stay at the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge, 1 night stay at the Mount McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge and also a 1 night stay in the city of Anchorage Alaska. Three ships offer this incredible Alaskan experience, the Coral Princess, Crown Princess and the Island Princess.