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$999 -- Alaska by Land & Sea: Oceanview w/$860 in Extras
 
Source: AlaskaCruises.com | By Allison Kobasky

This 9-night package, including two nights on land, is less expensive than the cost of the cruise alone.
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Source: Online Vacation Center

Sail aboard Royal Caribbean from Seward to Vancouver with stops in Hubbard Glacier, Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan and the Inside Passage.
May 26, 2017; +$213 May 19, 2017

 
Source: Holland America Line

You can't beat all of the extras included with this deal: unlimited drinks, free guests and credit.
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Source: Vacations To Go

Last-minute: sail from Anchorage to Vancouver with stops in Glacier Bay, Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan and the Inside Passage.
Depart July 24

 
Source: AlaskaCruises.com

See Alaska from three vantage points with a deal that includes a cruise, train ride & hotel stays.
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Alaskan Cruise Tips

Book an Alaskan cruise to see parts of the state that cannot by visited by land. Glide by Alaska's majestic glaciers while sailing the Inside Passage including 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. From the ship, catch a glimpse of Alaska’s abundant wildlife such as whales, sea turtles, black bears and moose.

Popular ports of call include Juneau, the state capital; Skagway, a historic town dating back to the Gold Rush; and Ketchikan, home to the Pacific Northwest's famous totems. Alaska cruisetours allow travelers to extend their cruise vacation on land and travel by glass-domed train to Denali National Park.

The Alaska cruise season starts in May and runs through September. The best Alaska cruise deals are found before Memorial Day and after Labor Day, with summer sailings priced slightly higher.

Most Alaska cruises sail roundtrip from Seattle or Vancouver, making it convenient to book flights and arrange travel. Others sail northbound or southbound through the Inside Passage, sailing one-way between Seward or Whittier, Alaska, and Vancouver. These cruises go 500 miles further north through the Gulf of Alaska and offer additional glacier viewings. Travel Weekly named Princess Cruises the top cruise line in Alaska in 2014, but other popular lines include Holland America, Celebrity Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Disney Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean.