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$349 -- Early Bird: 7-Night Alaska Cruise w/$100 Credit*

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By Antoinette Fadera

Marvel at the icy blue of Hubbard Glacier, North America’s largest ice formation, and discover the quaint fishing ports along the Alaskan coast on a seven-night cruise for $349 per persona $100 savings on current fares.

This voyage also includes $100 onboard credit to spend on drinks, spa treatments or shore excursions like whale watching or panning for gold in historic mines.

Depart Sept. 22, 2014, on the Norwegian Sun from Whittier, Alaska, and cruise to Vancouver, with destinations along the way including Hubbard Glacier, Icy Strait Point, Juneau, Sawyer Glacier, Skagway and Ketchikan. A spring sailing departing on May 26 is also available for $449 per person including $100 onboard credit, saving $100 per person.

Norwegian Cruise Line was voted one of the Top Cruise Lines by Conde Nast Traveler readers and is known for its freestyle dining with many cuisine options.

Click here for more information on this deal. This is part of CruCon's Annual Firecracker Sale featuring discounted sailings worldwide, with extras like prepaid gratuities, unlimited drinks and onboard credit.

Note: Taxes are an additional $193 per person.

Book by June 28.

Test Booked by Travelzoo
*Terms/Conditions:
Rates are per person based on double occupancy and include port taxes. Rates are subject to cruise line availability.
  • When
    Depart Sept. 22, 2014; +$100 May 26
  • Where
    Alaska
  • Savings
    $100 on current fares
  • Why We Like It
    Pan for gold or watch whales surface through Alaskan waters with $100 credit to spend.