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RCCL Radiance of the Seas Alaska Cruise Northbound

RCCL Radiance of the Seas Alaska Cruise Northbound

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line's Radiance of the Seas Gulf of Alaska Cruise offers an eight-day, seven-night cruise from Vancouver, British Columbia to Seward, Alaska. Experience the frontier towns, sheltered waterways and calving glaciers of the Inside Passage. Sail on along the Gulf of Alaska to explore the rugged southcentral coast with its snowcapped giants and majestic rivers of ice. It's a spectacular journey and a week you'll never forget.

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2019 Radiance of the Seas Departures

Radiance of the Seas NB

Day 1

Nestled into the craggy northern Pacific coastline, green, clean, safe, affluent and happily multicultural, this is Vancouver. Today, metropolitan Vancouver has two million residents, including roughly half a million people of Chinese and South Indian ancestry. The city now looks east to the Orient as often as it looks back to Europe or south to the United States, its biggest trading partner. Embark in Vancouver.

Day 2

Alaska's Inside Passage is awash with pristine water mountain views. A cruise among the fjords and islands takes you into prime habitat for bald eagles, sea lions, and whales. The Inside Passage is home to the totem poles of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian Indians, and Russian setters, as well as prospectors, lumberjacks, and fishermen. All have added to the tapestry of this area's history. Cruise the Inside Passage.

Day 3

Misty Ketchikan, the rainiest town in southeast Alaska, is known as the "Salmon Capital of the World." The town offers the perfect blend of activities: spend the morning kayaking in Misty Fiords or hiking up Deer Mountain, then spend the afternoon poking in and out of fantastic galleries and shops. Port of call Ketchikan.

Day 4

Juneau is often described as America's most charmingly situated state capital. It's wise to note that the references refer to the surrounded-by-nature (mountains and ocean) aspect of the city. The only way in or out of town is by air or sea. No roads lead to Juneau. Juneau offers a wide range of shore side activities, including the state's most accessible glacier -- Mendenhall, an immense 12-mile long river of ice. Port of call Juneau.

Day 5

The immensely walk-able Skagway has largely been restored to its late 19th century Gold Rush roots, complete with false-fronted buildings and wooden sidewalks. Skagway is an easy walking town. Port of call Skagway.

Day 6

Visit the waters of the Icy Strait area in the summer and there's a good chance you'll see endangered humpback whales gorging themselves on their annual northern feast of plankton. The whales, as well as other marine mammals, are drawn by the biological richness of these waters a result of a particular conjunction of warm Gulf of Alaska currents, complex shorelines and bottom topography, and extreme tidal energy. Port of call Icy Strait Point. Day 6 Hubbard Glacier stretches 122 km (76 mi) to the sea at Yakutat Bay and Disenchantment Bay. It is the longest tidewater glacier in Alaska, with an open calving face over ten kilometers (six miles) wide. Before it reaches the sea, Hubbard is joined by the Valerie Glacier to the west, which, through forward surges of its own ice, has contributed to the advance of the ice flow. Cruise Hubbard Glacier.

Day 8

Seward, Alaska is a port city and an alpine resort town. Imagine a sparkling body of water, Resurrection Bay, with towering mountains lining its shores. Mt. Marathon, where the famous Fourth of July race is held, lies in front of the Harding Icefield which extends down the coast. Marine life abounds, eagles and seabirds fill the air, and mountain goats, bear and moose, all inhabit the surrounding forest. Disembark in Seward.

Ship Amenities

The 2,501 passenger Radiance of the Seas offers the ultimate at sea experience by combining speed, added comfort, and greater open spaces. Ship amenities include: An indoor/outdoor country club with golf simulator, rock climbing wall, billiards club with traditional British tables, day spa and fitness center, the Casino Royale, and a variety of world class restaurants.

Cabin Features

Staterooms vary by class, but every room offers a television, telephone, private bath, shower, vanity and even a hair-dryer.


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