Why take an Alaska cruise with Princess® ?

1 - #1 cruise line in Alaska 

With over fifty years of experience sailing the region. A variety of cruises from 7 to 14 days long. A history of hosting more guests in the Great Land than any other cruise line. Plus a top-rated Voyage of the Glaciers cruise that sails 500 miles further north across the Gulf of Alaska. This is why Travel Weekly has named Princess “#1 Cruise Line in Alaska” for the last eleven years. 

2 - Glaciers
Be completely mesmerized by the sheer height of these towers of blue tinged ice some thousands of years old. Relish in the dramatic views of fjords, glaciers and alpine vistas from the deck of one of our iconic ships with itinerary options that take you to Glacier Bay National Park, Hubbard Glacier, College Fjord, Sawyer Glacier (Tracy Arm Fjord) or Dawes Glacier (Endicott Arm).

3 - North to Alaska
Meet local personalities, such as lumberjacks, totem pole carvers and Libby Riddles, the first female Iditarod champion. Feast on fish you caught yourself through Cook My Catch. Snuggle future sled dogs with Puppies in the Piazza. Immerse yourself in all things Alaska through North to Alaska, our award-winning enrichment program.

4 - Fresh Alaska seafood
Do more than see Alaska — taste it. Dine on fresh local seafood on your ship, from dishes in our dining rooms to specialties from local eateries served on deck. Try crab cakes from Tracy’s King Crab Shack in Juneau, seafood chowder from Bonanza Bar & Grill in Skagway and fish tacos from The Alaska Fish House in Ketchikan.

5 - Best excursions
Explore frontier ports like Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan with Discovery™ and Animal Planet™ Recommended and Exclusive excursions. Search for whales, bears and moose. Float on a raft down a pristine river. Ride a dogsled atop a glacier. Experience the best Alaska has to offer.

To book your Alaska cruise today contact a Bursch Travel office near you.  Click here for locations