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10-night Alaska cruise from $699

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10-night Alaska cruise from $699
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(Editor’s note: The price has changed to $699.)

Right now through Cunard, you can take a 10-night Alaska cruise from $699 per person, based on double occupancy.

This cruise sets sail on August 10 from Vancouver, B.C., Canada and returns on August 20, 2024. You’ll sail aboard the Queen Elizabeth.

This ship is a paragon of Art Deco elegance and refinement. You can enjoy croquet on the Games Deck, stunning entertainment in the Royal Court Theatre or relax in the elegant conservatory.

Ports of call include:

  • Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Ketchikan, AK, USA
  • Juneau, AK, USA
  • Tracy Arm Fjord, AK, USA (Cruise-by)
  • Skagway, AK, USA
  • Glacier Bay National Park, AK, USA (Cruise-by)
  • Sitka, AK, USA
  • Victoria, BC, Canada
  • Vancouver, BC, Canada

Note that taxes, fees & port expenses are additional and cost $293.48. In addition, this price does not include airfare to Vancouver. Search Google Flights to find the lowest airfares.

We strongly suggest that you find a CLIA-credentialed travel agent who has the experience, know-how, and relationships to help you plan your next cruise vacation, saving you time and money. Agents with a CLIA Certification icon below their name have passed a rigorous program of courses designed to elevate their cruise travel expertise.

Book by April 30 to get this rate, but note that this deal could sell out at any time!

See Clark’s Travel Planning and Booking Guide for the best tips on stress-free travel, and check out for travel insurance.

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