Your Passage to Fun

Alaska 7 Night Cruise

Carnival Cruise Lines

Day Ports of Call Arrive Depart
Tuesday Seattle, WA   4:00 pm
Wednesday At Sea    
Thursday Cruise Tracy Arm Fjord    
Friday Skagway, AK 7:00 am 9:00 pm
Saturday Juneau, AK 7:00 am 3:00 pm
Sunday Ketchikan, AK 7:00 am 1:00 pm
Monday VIctoria, BC, Canada 7:30 am 11:59 pm
Tuesday Seattle, WA 7:00 am  


Day One

Embark on your cruise early this afternoon. Get acquainted with your surroundings and locate your spot on deck to enjoy the "Bon Voyage Party." This evening you will savor your first gourmet meal in the spacious dining room. After dinner, the curtains go up on your first sample of Vegas-style entertainment. Try your luck at the casino or dance at the disco. There are many places to stroll on board, or sit and enjoy the soft music and the sounds of the sea. Hungry for a quick meal or snack before bedtime? Sample the delicious midnight buffet!

Day Two

Today is a day at sea to enjoy all the shipboard activities, games, sports activities, and aerobic classes (for the energetic crowd). Sun worshipers pull up a deck chair by the pool and enjoy the the warming rays. Don't forget that cruising is a family vacation, and all the cruise lines offer special programs for the little ones up to teenagers.

Day Three

One of the most spectacular cruise destinations on earth, Tracy Arm Fjord is actually made up of two separate fjords. Both fjords are over 30 miles long and one-fifth of their area is covered in ice. With hundreds of waterfalls, giant chunks of falling ice and a huge variety of native wildlife, you won’t even want to blink as you cruise past this natural wonder.

Day Four

Walk in the footsteps of pioneers and profiteers on Carnival cruises to Skagway. Gold seekers stampeded to the Klondike more than 100 years ago and built Skagway, Alaska, as their lawless outpost of brothels, saloons, and gambling dens. Today, the town is a time capsule from the past, with carefully preserved buildings and streets brimming with history. Live the final chapter of America’s Wild West era on a Skagway cruise. Stroll the boardwalks among historic buildings from the Klondike Gold Rush. Board quaint, antique passenger cars for a breathtaking mountain train ride. Follow the trail of the sourdoughs who risked their lives climbing Chilkoot Pass.

Day Five

Stupendous ice-capped mountains welcome travelers on cruises to Juneau, Alaska. The capital of the Land of the Midnight Sun, Juneau offers a wide selection of delicious dining and Native art shopping. But Carnival cruises to Juneau also show you the most beautiful setting of any capital city in America, with options for once-in-a-lifetime shore excursions that include walking on glaciers, whale watching, and hikes through the country’s last old growth forests. See Alaska’s history displayed at the state’s leading museums. Touch glacier ice that’s thousands of years old. Stroll beneath the mystic green canopy of a Pacific Coast rainforest.

Day Six

For more than 100 years, Ketchikan, Alaska, has been the gateway to the North. Ketchikan cruises dock along the famed historic waterfront with the flourishing art scene and spectacular totem poles that have made this former frontier town a popular southern Alaskan port of call. Experience the sights, atmosphere, and excitement of the Last Frontier as soon as you cross the Alaska border on Carnival cruises to Ketchikan. See the most impressive ancient and modern totem poles in Alaska. Catch a demonstration of lumberjacking skills by adroit woodsmen—and women. Visit quaint shops on a historic street that’s actually a dock.

Day Seven

Carnival cruises to Victoria, British Columbia call on the genteel provincial capital perched on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Packed with reminders of its rich British heritage, Victoria is fronted by water, filled with gardens, and backed by mountains. All the finest sights on Victoria cruises are clustered around the Inner Harbour, from a world-class museum, to scenic waterfront parks, and a deliciously decadent setting for afternoon tea. Take afternoon tea at the Fairmont Empress Hotel. See what’s in bloom at Butchart Gardens during your cruise to Victoria, British Columbia. Stroll the trim grounds of the Parliament Buildings. Investigate the elaborate masks of the First Nations at the Royal BC Museum. Wend your way around Inner Harbor past Victoria’s most iconic sights.

Day Eight

The ship docks early in Seattle and it's time to say goodbye to new friends make sure you have all your pictures and belongs then depart for home with a big smile on your face and fully re-invigorated.