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6 Princess Cruise Ships To Sail Alaska Next Summer

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In the summer of 2017 six Princess cruise ships will sail Alaska, offering multiple itineraries and breathtaking experiences as part of the cruise lines “Land & Sea Vacations.” The line’s signature Voyage of the Glaciers itinerary, with its unrivaled glacier-viewing opportunities will be offered on Coral Princess, Star Princess and Island Princess between Whittier (Anchorage) and Vancouver, B.C.; while cruises through the Inside Passage, with its ever-changing scenery from picturesque shores to quaint coastal towns, will be offered aboard Ruby Princess and Emerald Princess from Seattle and Grand Princess from San Francisco.

Jan Swartz, president of Princess Cruises said:

“As the #1 cruise line in Alaska, Princess continues to offer guests the best of this beautiful state while on land and at sea,”

“From wilderness and glaciers to fresh salmon and sled dog puppies, the newest North to Alaska experiences truly delivers on our commitment to ensuring our guests come back new.”

In addition, the cruise line’s Land & Sea Vacations will offer flexible ways to delve deeper into the fascinating Alaska frontier. Land tours are combined with a seven-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise and include the company’s premier wilderness lodges, exclusive Direct-to-the-Wilderness domed rail service, plus visits to the top two attractions in Alaska – Glacier Bay National Park and Denali National Park.

All bookings for these Alaskan sailings are now open.

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