There is no better way to experience the splendour of Alaska than onboard Queen Elizabeth with Cunard. This 10-day cruise takes you roundtrip Vancouver – the easiest way to travel! This sailing includes the Inside Passage and the impressive Glacier Bay, along with unique Alaska experiences.
Departure Dates 2023
10 nights departing June 20-30, 2023Cunard ❘ Queen Elizabeth
10 nights departing July 7-17, 2023Cunard ❘ Queen Elizabeth
10 nights departing July 17-27, 2023Cunard ❘ Queen Elizabeth
10 nights departing August 7-17, 2023Cunard ❘ Queen Elizabeth
Prices from $2,612.77 CAD per person, based on double occupancy in a Veranda Stateroom
Prices from $4,334.63 CAD per person, based on single occupancy in a Veranda Stateroom
A world of luxury awaits you on Queen Elizabeth. Those who wish to stay active can head for the dedicated Games Deck, fully equipped gym, tennis court or swimming pools. Queen Elizabeth also has a rejuvenating spa, complete with steam rooms, hot stone beds facing windows and an exclusive pool. Expert guest speakers from around the world offer informative talks as part of Cunard’s enrichment program, Insights. You can also catch a variety of exquisite live performances at the Royal Court Theater. The kids won’t be left out either. Cunard has its own dedicated, fully staffed areas just for children. Dine in one of the two main restaurants or at one of the alternative dining options, such as the Lido Buffet or the Golden Lion, which serves classic pub cuisine. When it’s time to head back to your stateroom, lavish in the unparalleled comfort of Cunard with high thread count sheets and beautiful bathrooms. A majority of staterooms also have an ocean view or balcony, so it’s easy to enjoy your own personal oasis.
Hubbard Glacier, AK
While most of the world’s glaciers are receding, North America’s largest tidewater glacier is advancing. At 76 miles long and 7 miles wide, Hubbard Glacier presents a majestic sight for passengers cruising across Yakutat Bay on the Alaskan panhandle. One of the behemoth’s most impressive stunts is the same reason ships must keep a safe distance from the spot where it occupies Disenchantment Bay: The glacier calves frequently, meaning that large chunks of ice break off from its face and plunge into the water below, creating icebergs. In addition to witnessing this spectacle of nature, keen eyes also can catch glimpses of the area’s wildlife, which includes harbor seals, orcas and humpback whales.
Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve, AK
A popular tour destination on cruise itineraries, Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve wows with its icy wilderness and grand glaciers in southeastern Alaska. Cruise ships, sailboats, kayaks and more navigate the 65-mile bay for picturesque vantage points of more than 1,000 glaciers, but they can’t draw too near to the frozen giants since chunks of ice often break off, or calve, from glaciers and thunder down into the water, creating icebergs. Glaciers of note include the park’s largest tidewater glacier, John Hopkins; the elongated 21-mile Margerie; and the rapidly receding Muir. The park also is home to an amazing world of marine life, including humpback whales, sea otters, giant Pacific octopuses and harbor porpoises. An array of species resides on land, from brown and black bears to moose, mountain goats, wolves and prickly porcupines, while the bird variety includes bald eagles, tufted puffins and trumpeter swans.