Besides cruises, 25 cruise-tours give travelers the chance to see Alaska's top two attractions: Glacier Bay National Park and Denali National Park, home to North America’s tallest mountain peak.
Full season of voyages from Los Angeles
Golden Princess debuts a full season of 14-day Inside Passage voyages, sailing round-trip from Los Angeles with a visit to Hubbard Glacier.
Besides Royal Princess and Pacific Princess, Grand Princess and Coral Princess will operate the seven-day 'Voyage of the Glaciers' itinerary.
Inside Passage cruises from Seattle and San Francisco
Sister ships Ruby Princess and Emerald Princess will sail seven-day Inside Passage voyages from Seattle, and Star Princess offers 10-day Inside Passage cruises from San Francisco.
Cruise-tours combine a seven-day 'Voyage of the Glaciers' cruise with three or more nights in the Alaska wilderness, including scenic rail travel and stays at Princess-owned lodges.
New 'Ultimate Cruise-tour'
New for 2020, Princess offers a 17-night 'Ultimate Cruise-tour' with 10 nights on land that includes two nights at each Princess Wilderness Lodge.
'Direct-to-the-Wilderness' rail service between the ship in Whittier and the Denali-area is a Princess exclusive, with custom-built wilderness lodges on the doorsteps of legendary national parks.
Captain’s Circle members (past passengers) are eligible for a discount of up to $100 when they book early. This offer can be combined with launch and group promotions but does not apply to third or fourth berth guests. Additionally, a reduced deposit is available for Captain’s Circle members when they book early.