Destination: Alaska

Hubbard Glacier in Seward, AlaskaEvery year, more and more people travel to the great white north that is Alaska. With “remarkable fjords, endless oceans coasts, rushing rivers, green temperate rain forests, magnificent mountain peaks, spectacular glaciers and abundant wildlife” Alaska is the perfect destination for a unique traveler. It is a spectacular piece of the United States that offers absolute pure wilderness combined with a multi-cultural heritage and better yet a fascinating history.

Each year, Regent Seven Seas and Silversea Cruises travel north to Alaska. Choose from seven, nine, ten, eleven and even twelve day journeys. Most trips leave from Vancouver, but a few set sail from San Francisco. You can enjoy special offers such as free air fare, hotel room and shore excursions.

Regent Seven Seas offers one of the highest space and service ratios at seas, serving only 490 guests at a time. Boasting all-inclusive, all suite ocean view luxury accommodation, most with private balconies, the Regent Seven Seas Navigator will allow you to travel in luxury.

Choosing Silversea Cruises for your luxury Alaskan cruise will find you setting sail aboard the Silver Shadow. Only 382 guests sail at one time on the award-winning, all suite extravagant vessel. “The Silver Shadow offers a sublime sense of sophistication and comfort offered to only the privileged few.”

Take in the marvels of Alaska aboard a luxury Alaskan cruise. Enjoy the Misty Fjords National Manument and its “unspoiled paradise of ice fields, glaciers and rugged mountains.” Take a break from the norm and watch salmon swimming upstream or seals basking on the icebergs of Sawyer Glacier.

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