Just announced – new 14-day Carnival Alaska cruise round-trip from Long Beach.
Departing from Long Beach, California on Sept. 2, 2017, there’s a special new Carnival Alaska cruise. The Carnival Miracle will head out on a 14-day round-trip cruise to Alaska. New to Carnival’s Alaska itineraries will be a call at Icy Strait Point, known for its unspoiled vistas, wildlife and whales plus the world’s longest zip-line!
This is the first Carnival 14-day Alaska cruise and will feature seven destinations including Glacier Bay and Icy Strait Point. Other places in Alaska visited on this unique cruise will be Ketchikan, Skagway, Juneau and Sitka. The last port on the list of seven is a day in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Because this is a special Carnival Journey voyage, extra experiences while on route are planned. These events will include sampling Alaskan cuisine, folkloric entertainment in certain ports. Onboard enrichment will feature photography and cooking classes, arts and crafts and learning how captains used to navigate by the stars.
If two weeks isn’t in your vacation realm, the Carnival Legend will offer more than three dozen seven- and eight-day Alaska cruises in 2017 and 2018. These voyages will depart for round-trip cruises from either Seattle or Vancouver to Seattle. Included are the ports of Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and Victoria, BC. A full day of cruising either Tracy Arm Fjord or Glacier Bay is included.
Carnival Miracle Alaska Itinerary
For someone who has not yet visited Alaska, this is a prime opportunity to cover quite a bit of territory. Your Carnival Alaska cruise itinerary begins with three sea days as the Carnival Miracle cruises from Long Beach to its first port of call, Ketchikan. The remainder of the cruise pays a visit to: Icy Strait Point, Skagway, cruising Glacier Bay, Juneau, Sitka, a day at sea, Vancouver and then back to Long Beach.
Prices begin at $1,399 per person for an inside stateroom. However, given this fabulous itinerary, it might be a good idea to save up to book a balcony stateroom instead. And it doesn’t matter which side of the ship your stateroom is located because this is a round-trip cruise!
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