First Class In Every Way with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Price: $7,849CAD Per Person
(Price per person, based on double occupancy, cabin category G2.)
Offer: Early booking fares with Free First Class Air Upgrades - Fares increase Oct 1/22 for 2023 sailings!
Departure Date: September 6, 2023
Return Date: September 13, 2023
Photo: Lion's Gate Bridge Vancouver for Sailaway
The All-Inclusive Regent Experience
- FREE Roundtrip Air*
- FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions
- FREE Unlimited Beverages, Including Fine Wines and Spirits
- FREE Open Bars and Lounges Plus In-Suite Mini-Bar Replenished Daily
- FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities
- FREE Specialty Restaurants
- FREE Transfers Between Airport and Ship*
- FREE Unlimited Wi-Fi*
- FREE Valet Laundry Service*
- CONCIERGE SUITES AND HIGHER INCLUDE: FREE 1-Night Pre-Cruise Hotel Package* and more
- PENTHOUSE SUITES AND HIGHER INCLUDE: FREE Personal Butler and more
Sail on the world's most luxurious ships and enjoy the luxury of free First Class Air Upgrades on many 2023 Alaska, Caribbean & Canada/New England cruises. Languish in all-inclusive sumptuous surroundings as you enjoy extraordinary scenery, wildlife and vistas from your private balcony in Canada New England or Alaska. Or bask in the Caribbean sun this coming Winter on the Seven Seas Splendor or Navigator.
Photo: Map of Tonglass Exploration itinerary
Featured Itinerary: Tonglass Exploration - Vancouver to Seward
Day 1: Vancouver, British Columbia
“Gassy Jack” Deighton saw a chance to make money from the miners on their way to the Yukon and the saloon he built became the focus of the shanty town known as Gas Town. From here, modern Vancouver was born - Canada’s third largest city. The government persuaded the settlers to change the name of the town to Vancouver, after Captain George Vancouver, who sailed the area’s waters in 1792. Today Vancouver offers travelers tram rides to the top of Grouse Mountain, the lovely Ming Dynasty Gardens, historic Gas Town and picturesque Stanley Park.
Day 2: Cruising the Inside Passage
Photo: Whale in Alaskan Fjord
Day 3: Ketchikan, Alaska
Ketchikan, on the southwest side of Revillagigedo Island, grew up around salmon canneries and sawmills. Ketchikan's name supposedly comes from the native term "Katch Kanna", which roughly translates: "spread wings of a thundering eagle." At one time Ketchikan was proclaimed the “Salmon Capital of the World.” An outstanding collection of totem poles make a visit to Ketchikan essential for anyone interested in Native art. Travelers flock to Ketchikan for their first look at the North Country, and are rarely disappointed.
Day 4: Juneau, Alaska
In 1880, Joe Juneau and Richard Harris were prospecting for gold with the help of Indian guides. Here they discovered nuggets “as large as beans” at the mouth of the aptly named Gold Creek. Out of their discoveries came three of the largest gold digs in the world where more than $150 million in gold was mined. Juneau’s surrounding beauty and natural wonders have attracted cruise ship travelers for over a century, with steamship companies bringing tourists here since the early 1880’s.
Day 5: Skagway, Alaska
Skagua, as it is known by the Tlingit, means” windy place.” Skagway, a place of many names, and much history is the northern terminus of the Alaska Marine Highway. It was known to thousands of hopeful gold rushers as the gateway to the gold fields. Skagway retains the flavor of the gold rush era and the character of such colorful inhabitants as Soapy Smith “King of the Frontier Con Men”; especially on Broadway, with its false-front buildings, and in the Trail of ‘98 Museum, with its outstanding collection of gold fever memorabilia.
Photo: Kenai Fjord, Alaska
Day 6: Icy Strait Point, Alaska
Discover the frontier town of Icy Strait surrounded by nature in its unspoiled glory. Pine trees as tall as skyscrapers, humpback whales, eagles, wild salmon, black bears and more, form the harmonious tapestry of life in this Alaskan hinterland. Visit the Native Theater and Heritage Center to see Tlinglit tribal members enacting their history through song and dance. Also worthy of attention are the elaborately carved totem poles. Stroll over to the Cannery Museum and find out how this staple of the Alaskan diet is processed. Shop for locally made preserves, jewelry, wooden carvings, clothing, and bath products. Take a walk along the well-marked nature trail to Hoonah. Enjoy delicious and abundant seafood, Dungeness crab, salmon, shrimp and cod in this remarkable natural environment.
Day 7: Cruising Hubbard Glacier
Day 8: Seward, Alaska
Seward was originally founded in 1903 as the southern terminus for the Alaska Railroad, a distinction it still holds today. The picturesque harbor with its colorful wood-frame houses and background of soaring cliffs looks out on Resurrection Bay, so named by a band of Russians explorers who found this calm spot along the storm-tossed Gulf of Alaska on Easter Sunday. From downtown Anchorage you can view two active volcanoes, the highest point on the continent of North America (Mount McKinley), and six major mountain ranges.
Photo: Totem Pole
To enhance your Alaska cruise experience, talk to your travel advisor regarding adding a pre or post cruise land package in Vancouver or Denali, Alaska.
Enhanced air credits are available for cruise only bookings or for clients residing in home ports. Ask for details.