Enjoy a week of pampering and fine dining onboard the elegant Eurodam, with Holland America Cruise Lines. You’ll visit the scenic ports of Sitka, Juneau, and Ketchikan, as well as Victoria, British Columbia. Your cruise also visits Glacier Bay National Park and Icy Strait for an experience of a lifetime. Plan now to cruise with wonders of Alaska.
Your Cruise Vacation Includes:
7-night cruise onboard the deluxe Holland America EURODAM
ROUNDTRIP AIRFARE from Salt Lake City to Seattle on Alaska Airlines (airfare from other cities can be arranged)
1 night hotel accommodations in Seattle before the cruise staying at the Holiday Inn Express
Transportation to and from the ship
Fabulous dining onboard the ship
World class entertainment onboard the ship
Escorted by Barry & Wende Knight
Inside Cabin $1659.00
(no window or porthole)
Ocean View Stateroom $2034.00
Balcony Stateroom $2574.00
All rates are per person based upon double occupancy.
Please inquire for trip or quad rates.
Government fees and taxes are an additional $413.54 per person.
Airfare from Salt Lake City is included in the above mentioned rates along with 1 pre-cruise night hotel accommodations. Seattle transfers to and from the ship are also included in your cruise package price.
Call Knight Tours and Cruises 1-435-563-5874
A valid passport is required for this cruise.
Alaska is waiting for you! From the crackle of a towering glacier calving, to a spouting whale and Gold Rush-era towns like Ketchikan, you can experience the best of Alaska on your thrilling Inside-Passage Cruise with Holland America Cruises. There’s a reason Alaska remains so popular as a cruise destination……. untouched, unforgettable, Alaska feels boundless. Plan now to soak up the majestic scenery on your Alaska cruise onboard the Eurodam.
Seattle, Washington – The “Emerald City” is beautifully situated among rivers, lakes and a beautiful mountainous backdrop. We have packaged hotel accommodations for the night prior to sailing.
Ketchikan, Alaska – Discover why Ketchikan is also known as the “Salmon Capital of the World.” The city is built on steep hillsides along the water and features a colorful and bustling port.
Glacier Bay National Park is home to some of the continent’s most spectacular sights. With the serene majesty of snow-flecked and forested mountains defining its shores, Glacier Bay National Park offers some of the most dramatic scenery in the world. Keep your binoculars and camera on hand as you cruise Glacier Bay to the mile-wide Margerie Glacier, where you may have a chance to witness ice calving. Wildlife abounds in Glacier Bay, so stay ready—you never know when you will see the fluke of a humpback rise out of the water or spot a lone brown bear wandering a wind-swept beach.
Juneau – Here in the Capital city you may wish to take a quick tram ride up Mt. Roberts for amazing views or visit monumental Mendenhall Glacier, the largest glacier accessible by road.
Sitka, Alaska – A storied past mixed with jaw-dropping scenery sets Sitka, Alaska apart from other ports. Located on Baranof Island surrounded by the Sitka Sound’s icy blue water, it not only boasts lush scenery and captivating wildlife, Sitka offers a unique glimpse into Alaska history. Russia controlled Alaska from the mid-1700s until the United States purchased it in 1867, and Sitka was settled as the capital of Russian America with the name New Archangel. Sitka is an island community boldly living between the mountains and sea, where the arts flourish and an ancient native culture still thrives. Surrounded by rainforest, this close knit community of Sitka shares its home with brown bears, bald eagles and all five species of Pacific salmon and invites you to come and visit their little piece of heaven in Alaska.
Icy Strait Point, Alaska is a purpose-built and Alaska Tlinglit native-owned cruise port. The nearest town is Hoonah, a flat, walkable 1/5 miles from the cruise port. Unlike other congested Alaskan downtown cruise ports, you will find plenty of authentic Alaskan experiences to fill your day. Plus, plenty of wildlife sightings abound: bears, eagles, and whales can be seen from the cruise port area. Now this is the Alaska wilderness that you have imagined.
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada – This sophisticated seaside city is the sunniest spot in Canada. Here you may wish to take a stroll through the spectacular 35-acre Butchart Gardens or visit the Empress Hotel. You’ll love this port which is filled with old-world charm.
Be sure to enroll early as this tour is limited in size.
Call Knight Tours and Cruises (435) 563-5874