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$899 -- 14-Night Alaska Cruise w/$150 Credit, Save $300*

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By Rudy Tomarchio

Save $300 per person exploring Alaska, America's last frontier, on a unique 14-night cruise that sails roundtrip from Vancouver. Book by January 22 and get a $150 credit per cabin to use on anything from wine to shore excursions.

The ship visits each port of call twice, allowing travelers to spend more time ashore viewing the wildlife and experiencing the culture.

Sail on the Norwegian Sun for the following per-person prices:

  • $899 ... May 20
  • $999 ... Aug. 26
  • $1099 ... June 3; Aug. 12

For $1199 per person, depart June 17 or July 29, and for $1299 per person, depart July 1 or 15. These peak summer sailings retail for as much as $1498 per person.

Cruise past the Hubbard Glacier and Glacier Bay -- regarded as one of the best spots to watch the thunderous display of icebergs breaking off into the ocean. Stop in Juneau, the state capital -- Skagway, a historic town dating back to the Gold Rush -- and Ketchikan, home to the Pacific Northwest's famous totems.

Click here for more information and to see other Alaska cruises on sale from Norwegian Cruise Line including cabins with ocean views for an additional $100-$200 per person.

Note: Taxes and fees are an additional $279 per person.

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*Terms/Conditions:
Restrictions may apply. Prices based on double occupancy.
  • When
    Depart May 20; +$100-$400 June-August
  • Where
    Alaska
  • Savings
    25%
  • Why We Like It
    This itinerary stops in each port of call twice, so there's plenty of time to explore on land.