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Passengers Talks about Shore Excursions she has taken on Cruise West Cruise Line

Posted on 14 November 2009 by Admin

A short video of a cruise passenger as she talks about the shore excursions she has taken on her cruise to Alaska.

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Carnival Cruise Lines

Posted on 04 November 2009 by Admin

Carnival Corporation & plc is a global cruise company and one of the largest vacation companies in the world. Our portfolio of leading cruise brands includes Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and Seabourn Cruise Line in North America; P&O Cruises, Cunard Line and Ocean Village in the United Kingdom; AIDA in Germany; Costa Cruises in southern Europe; Iberocruceros in Spain; and P&O Cruises in Australia.
Carnival is a global cruise company and one of the largest vacation companies in the world. Carnival operates several cruise line brands including Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and Seabourn Cruise Line in North America.

Carnival Cruise Lines offers the following Alaska cruise itinaries:

Northbound Alaska

Departing from Vancouver, Canada, the Northbound Alaska itinerary is packed with the best this untamed frontier has to offer. Sail along 67 miles of magnificent scenery in the Lynn Canal, and see the 16 Glaciers the comprise College Fjord in Prince William Sound. You can even choose to explore these glaciers by helicopter for an unforgettable experience of a life time. Get a taste of the Gold Rush in Skagway and Juneau, a sense of Russia in Sitka and spend a whole day in Glacier Bay. With Carnival Cruise Lines, you’re guaranteed to make the most of your time in Alaska. Taking a Northbound Alaska Cruise allows you to see Alaska from all angles.

Southbound Alaska

Sailing from Whittier (Anchorage), the Southbound Alaska Cruise itinerary is filled with the best the Last Frontier has to offer. Cruise along side 67 miles of spectacular scenery in the Lynn Canal, and see the 16 Glaciers that make up College Fjord in Prince William Sound. Catch Gold Fever in Skagway and Juneau, and experience the Russia-of-old at Sitka. Plus, you’ll get to spend a whole day exploring Glacier Bay. Carnival Cruises make sure you get the most out of your Alaska cruise vacation, during both the travel to the Alaska destinations and the upon arrival of each Alaska port. Experience Southbound Alaska “Fun Ship” style with Carnival Cruises.

Whittier Harbor from the Spirit - photo Len Turner

Glacier Bay Alaska Cruise

A destination eons in the making, Glacier Bay’s pristine landscape makes the top spot on most travelers must-see list. Your Glacier Bay Alaska cruise takes you to this protected national park that is spread across 3.2 million acres in Southeast Alaska and home to 15 active glaciers, numerous seabirds, otters, humpback whales and countless sights. And a Carnival Alaska cruise is the best way to make the most of your time here.

Alaska Fleet

Carnival Spirit

Carnival Cruise Lines has one ship deployed to Alaska. The Carnival Spirit, the namesake vessel in the line’s popular Spirit-class, offers a diversity of resort-style facilities and features, including expansive spa and children’s facilities, four swimming pools, a cascading water slide, a wedding chapel and an Internet café.

Most of her staterooms have ocean views, and of those, the majority have balconies. The delicious dining, wide variety of onboard activities and endless entertainment options on Carnival Spirit gives credit to their Fun Ship marketing.

Ship Details:

  • Total Staterooms – 1,062
  • Decks – 12
  • Passenger capacity – 2,124
  • Total crew – 930
  • Officer’s nationality – Italian
  • Ship size – Large
  • Tonnage – 88,500
  • Ship length – 960
  • Registry – Panama

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Why take a cruise to Alaska?

Posted on 04 November 2009 by Admin

Alaska is blessed with thousands of square miles of unparalleled rugged natural beauty. This natural beauty is in remote locations with few services nearby. Continue Reading

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