If you’re looking for Alaska Cruises from Seattle, you have eight Alaska Cruise Lines to choose from and many more options! Listed below are all of the available Seattle to Alaska Cruise options.
The Port of Seattle is the starting point for Alaska Cruises from Seattle
Carnival Cruise line has two 7-day Cruises - Seattle to Alaska.
The cruises are similar in that both of them visit the ports of Juneau, Skagway, & Ketchikan. Your decision will be whether to see Glacier Bay or the Tracy Arm Fjord, and Victoria, BC or Vancouver BC.
Prices for a 7 day Seattle to Alaska Cruise begin at around $500/person and go up from there depending on the type of room and dates you choose.
Celebrity Cruises has one Alaska cruise from Seattle. Travel aboard the beautiful Celebrity Solstice cruise ship that begins and ends in Seattle.
Prices for a 7 day cruise to Alaska begin at around $800/person and go up from there depending upon cabin type.
Holland America Line offers two cruises departing from Seattle.
Prices for a 7 day Holland Seattle Alaska cruise starts around $700/person and increases depending on the room type.
Norwegian Cruise Line has the most options for Alaska cruises from Seattle, with 4 options! The Norwegian Star and Norwegian Pearl make weekly 7-Day cruises up and down the Alaskan coast.
Prices for a 7 day Seattle to Alaska Cruise are around $500/person and go up from there. However, they are known for their discounts and have previously offered $99 kids' fares & complimentary onboard credit.
Princess Cruises offers two Seattle to Alaska Cruises. Both cruises to Alaska are roundtrip to/from Seattle.
Pricing for these cruises begin at around $700/person.
Royal Caribbean International offers two Alaska Cruises from Seattle.
Prices for a 7 day Seattle to Alaska cruise begin at around $500/person and go up from there.
If it's Small Ship Alaska cruises from Seattle you're searching for, look no further than Lindblad Expeditions & National Geographic.
The Lindblad Expeditions Alaska Adventure cruises allow you to see, do, & learn more than any other cruise line.
Choose between an 8 or 12 day adventure cruise aboard their expedition ships, the National Geographic Sea Lion or Sea Bird. These small ships have access to many more places than a larger cruise ship, giving the feeling of being on a private yacht.
With only 62 guests on board, you have almost limitless access to the expedition staff, naturalists, and seasoned crew.
And finally, last but certainly not least, another Small Ship Alaska Cruise option - the Oceania Regatta.
The Oceania Regatta offers an experience that's close to luxury without being all-inclusive. With only 684 passengers on board, 5 Star Dining, & an excellent Spa, what could be better?!
And oh boy, do you have options! There are many Alaska cruises from Seattle options available for a luxury Alaska cruise on the Oceania Regatta:
Prices for a 7 day Cruise begins around $2,000 per person and goes up from there.
As of 2013, Disney Cruise Line changed their departure port from Seattle to Vancouver, BC.
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