11 nights onboard Coral Princess

11-Day Inside Passage (with Glacier Bay National Park)

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Signature touches on voyages of discovery to fascinating destinations

Coral Princess, with more than 700 balcony staterooms, was custom built to navigate the historic Panama Canal.

Leaving from: Vancouver, British Columbia
Cruise ship: Coral Princess
Visiting: Vancouver, British Columbia Sitka, Alaska Hubbard Glacier Icy Strait Point
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Credited with introducing millions of Americans to the concept of a modern cruise holiday, Princess Cruises is still innovating to this day.

Sporting a fleet of 17 ships with capacities ranging from 2,000 to 4,300 passengers, the line is best known for its Alaskan cruises, but travels to destinations the world over.

With an emphasis on destination leadership and local expertise, Princess is an excellent choice for the discerning traveller seeking to sail in comfort.

2000
Passengers
895
Crew
2003
Launched
2019
Last refit
91627t
Tonnage
294.1m
Length
37.2m
Width
22kts
Speed
16
Decks
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Currency
Cruise Itinerary
Day 1
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Day 4
Sitka, Alaska, Alaska
Day 5
Hubbard Glacier, United States
Day 6
Icy Strait Point, United States
Day 7
Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska, Alaska
Day 8
Skagway, Alaska, Alaska
Day 9
Juneau, Alaska, Alaska
Day 10
Ketchikan, Alaska, Alaska
Day 12
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada image
Day 1
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Vancouver's allure as a cruise hub lies in its jaw-dropping natural landscape and handy position on Canada's west coast. Framed by snow-capped mountains and sparkling waters, the city's scenic harbor welcomes ships from around the world. Cruise enthusiasts are drawn to Vancouver for its seamless embarkation process and the opportunity to explore this cosmopolitan city before setting sail. With its blend of urban sophistication and outdoor adventures, Vancouver captivates visitors with its dynamic culture and picturesque surroundings, making it a must-visit destination for North American experiences.
Sitka, Alaska, Alaska image
Day 4
Sitka, Alaska, Alaska
Hubbard Glacier, United States image
Day 5
Hubbard Glacier, United States

At 76 miles long and 1,200 feet deep, Hubbard Glacier, situated off the coast of Yakutat, is the largest tidewater glacier in North America. This glorious and massive mount of ice has been nicknamed the ‘galloping glacier’ because of how rapidly its advancing towards the Gulf of Alaska through Disenchantment Bay. It calves ice several times an hour, resulting in chunks of ice as tall as 10-storey buildings crashing into the sea – a truly awe-inspiring sight that the local Tlingit aptly call ‘white thunder’. As well as witnessing extraordinary icy landscapes, cruise passengers sailing on an Alaska cruise to Hubbard Glacier will also discover amazing wildlife, residing in the waters of Disenchantment Bay.

Icy Strait Point, United States image
Day 6
Icy Strait Point, United States
Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska, Alaska image
Day 7
Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska, Alaska

Home to 3.3 million acres of rugged coastal mountains, ancient glaciers, lush forests and mighty fjords, the mesmerising Glacier Bay is the very heart of the Alaskan countryside. A Unesco World Heritage Site, cruise passengers can take their pick of 1,045 glaciers that cover 27 per cent of the park area, seven of which are tidal water glaciers that calve ice. Glacier Bay is also home to abundant wildlife, from orcas, sea lions and seals in the crystal-clear waters to mountain goats on the cliffs and eagles spearing high above in the sky. From the eerie sound of 100-ton iceberg calves crashing into the sea to the spectacular scenery enveloping you, cruising to Glacier Bay is a truly multi-sensory experience.

Skagway, Alaska, Alaska image
Day 8
Skagway, Alaska, Alaska
Skagway Harbour serves as a pivotal gateway to Alaska, offering cruise goers exclusive access to the authentic essence of the Last Frontier. Unlike other forms of tourism, cruising provides an unparalleled opportunity to explore remote regions inaccessible by road, unveiling the true wilderness and rugged beauty of Alaska's interior. As a cruise port, Skagway Harbour ensures seamless embarkation and disembarkation, allowing travelers to maximize their time immersed in the untouched splendor of the Alaskan wilderness.
Juneau, Alaska, Alaska image
Day 9
Juneau, Alaska, Alaska
Ketchikan, Alaska, Alaska image
Day 10
Ketchikan, Alaska, Alaska
Ketchikan Port serves as a pivotal gateway to Alaska, offering cruise goers exclusive access to the authentic essence of the Last Frontier. As a premier cruise port, it provides unparalleled opportunities to explore the rugged wilderness, encounter native wildlife, and immerse in the rich cultural heritage of Alaska. Unlike other forms of tourism, cruise travelers enjoy convenient access to remote destinations and pristine landscapes inaccessible by road or rail, unlocking a true Alaskan adventure beyond compare
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada image
Day 12
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Vancouver's allure as a cruise hub lies in its jaw-dropping natural landscape and handy position on Canada's west coast. Framed by snow-capped mountains and sparkling waters, the city's scenic harbor welcomes ships from around the world. Cruise enthusiasts are drawn to Vancouver for its seamless embarkation process and the opportunity to explore this cosmopolitan city before setting sail. With its blend of urban sophistication and outdoor adventures, Vancouver captivates visitors with its dynamic culture and picturesque surroundings, making it a must-visit destination for North American experiences.
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Signature touches on voyages of discovery to fascinating destinations

Coral Princess, with more than 700 balcony staterooms, was custom built to navigate the historic Panama Canal.

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