After 20 years, the legendary Cunard experience returns to Alaska with the Launch of Queen Elizabeth’s 2019 Voyages – and yes they are already selling out, so secure your cabin today!
Get ready for ten tantalising days of Alaskan adventure cruising past 1,000 year old gigantic glaciers. Join a guided tour to see native bears and historic towns such as Sitka and visit the capital, Juneau. Stop at vibrant Victoria, British Columbia, on return to Vancouver.
- 10 night round trip Vancouver cruise aboard Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth
Discover what sets Cunard apart from the others
♦ Exclusive and intimate excursions transport guests away from
crowds to experience Alaska at its best
♦ Early arrivals or late evening departures in Juneau, Skagway and
beyond ensure ample time to create richer, deeper connections
♦ Our robust itineraries include six ports plus glacial cruising experiences
to view both dramatic Tracy Arm Fjord and Hubbard Glacier’s
crackling blue-tinted ice
♦ Curated programs bring the spirit of Alaska on board, with expert
speakers, themed entertainment and locally inspired cuisine
♦ Queen Elizabeth is renowned for her enviable space and low
♦ Spacious Balcony Staterooms and Grill Suites offer private balconies
and endless views of nature’s beauty
♦ This adventure can be extended with a pre- or post-cruise vacation
riding the iconic Rocky Mountaineer train through the Canadian Rockies
♦ Cunard has been honored with top industry awards, including
#1 World’s Best Mega-Ship Cruise Line in the Travel + Leisure
“World’s Best Awards” the past three years
*Exclusive $100 USD per cabin on board credit on select sailings!
|May 21, 2019||May 31, 2019*||June 10, 2019*||June 20, 2019*|
|Taxes & Fees||$297||$320||$320||$308|
*Balcony may be partially obstructed
Please call to inquire for flights from other departure cities.
|Date||Port of Call||Arrive||Depart|
|May 31||Vancouver, BC||–||TBA|
|June 1||Inside Passage Cruising||–||–|
|June 2||Tracy Arm Cruising||–||–|
|June 2||Juneau, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 3||Skagway, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 4||Hubbard Glacier Cruising||–||–|
|June 5||Icy Strait Point, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 6||Sitka, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 7||Ketchikan, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 8||At Sea||–||–|
|June 9||Victoria, BC||TBA||TBA|
|June 10||Vancouver, BC||TBA||–|
|Date||Port of Call||Arrive||Depart|
|June 10/20||Vancouver, BC||–||TBA|
|June 11/21||Inside Passage Cruising||–||–|
|June 12/22||Ketchikan, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 13/23||Tracy Arm Cruising||–||–|
|June 13/23||Juneau, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 14/24||Skagway, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 15/25||Icy Strait Point, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 16/26||Hubbard Glacier Cruising||–||–|
|June 17/27||Sitka, Alaska||TBA||TBA|
|June 18/28||At Sea||–||–|
|June 19/29||Victoria, BC||TBA||TBA|
|June 20/30||Vancouver, BC||TBA||–|
Vancouver provides stunning scenery to discover in endless outdoor fashion all year-round. Grouse Mountain and Capilano Suspension Bridge are just two of the top highlights. British Columbia’s marine parks offer remote fjords and vast lakes perfect for whale-watching and hiking, or swimming and kayaking from May to September. Vancouver’s Gulf Islands are teaming with wildlife, keep your cameras close and binoculars at the ready for spotting pods of dolphins, seals, eagles, whales, otters and sea lions.
Tiny Ketchikan is just 3 miles long and 3 blocks wide, but here you’ll find Alaska’s busiest waterfront, buzzing with float planes, fishing boats and pleasure craft. You’ll witness local life with hardy fishermen working on crab trawlers catching local delicacies like King Crab, octopus, shark, prawns and Rock fish. It is not only known as Alaska’s First City due to geographically being the first place travellers stopped when heading north, it is also a figurehead of the outstanding natural beauty of Alaska.
Icy Strait Point
Icy Strait Point is an idea brought to life, a specially created hub of unparalleled Alaskan action and adventure. Watch for whales in the picturesque wilderness or enjoy warm hospitality and hearty food ashore. Built around a restored 1912 salmon cannery, the shops are 100% Alaskan-owned and there are restaurants, nature trails, a museum and even a beach. Bear watching is a big attraction on Chichagof Island which is home to more bears than humans.
Gateway to the Klondike, the gold rush town of Skagway, Alaska was once a lawless Wild West outpost. Now a national historic park, the preserved boardwalk, shops and streets provide the perfect setting for actors to bring the town’s story to life on entertaining tours through its colourful past. Must-see highlights include White Summit Pass and the Yukon Suspension Bridge.
Beneath an ice field that never melts, on a waterway that never freezes, Juneau is the most unusual and stunning of capitals. Home to 280 species of birds, brown and black bears, nature lovers can also watch out for orca and humpback whales here. Ashore, there’s an excellent theatre and range of clubs, bars restaurants to suit all tastes. If you’re feeling fit try exploring Alaskan-style amongst the glaciers by kayak or trekking with crampons and an ice axe.
Sitka is a hidden beauty located on the east coast of Baranof Island in south east Alaska. Towered over by snowy mountains in the distance, it was previously known as the Indian River Park and Totem Park. Sitka National Historical Park is the oldest national park in Alaska and, in most visitors’ eyes, a must-see destination. The warm welcome and natural wonders of Sitka simply cannot be missed when going to Alaska.
Victoria is a unique blend of historic charm and contemporary charisma, offering an exquisite variety of sights, drawing visitors from around the world. Notable landmarks such as Craigdarroch Castle and the elegant Empress Hotel contrast with bohemian shops and restaurants ashore. You can also do a spot of whale watching and wildlife viewing on and around the water of this sophisticated seaside city.