Alaska 2019

Alaska – Northern Glacier:  May 10 – 17, 2019
Ports of Call:  Vancouver, British Columbia; Inside Passage (Cruising); Ketchikan, Alaska; Icy Strait Point, Alaska; Juneau, Alaska; Skagway, Alaska; Hubbard Glacier (Cruising); Seward/Anchorage, Alaska.

Our second voyage on board the Celebrity Millennium which rotates her residency between Asia and Alaska.  Our last voyage with her was during her winter Asia run in January 2017.  This time, we embark while she is in her summer playground of Alaska.

For each port of call – click on the links below:

  • Travel Plans
    • Cruise Line, Cabin Selection, MoveUp Program (Bid Upgrade), Travel Agent
  • Embarkation (Vancouver) & Sail Away
    • Celebrity transfer from YVR Airport
    • Canada Place Cruise Pier Terminal & Embarkation
    • Sail Away – Helipad Event
  • Inside Passage (Cruising)
    • Cocktail Party, Relaxation
  • Ketchikan
    • Ketchikan Cab Tour (private excursion);
    • DIY walk of Ketchikan
    • Wildlife watch from our Balcony – sailing into the sunset
  • Icy Strait Point
    • Private Excursion, Icy Strait Whale Adventures; DIY walk of ISP
  • Juneau
    • Private Excursion, Adventure Bound Tracy Fjord Arm
  • Skagway, Alaska –> Yukon Territory, Canada
    • Private (shared) Excursion, Skagway Van Tours
  • Hubbard Glacier (Cruising)
    • Life @ Sea and the Hubbard
  • Disembarkation
    • Seward Transfer to Anchorage
    • Post Cruise stay in Anchorage


  1. Great photos 3 questions Can we book this directly through company? How long was your ship in port? We are there for 11 hrs Would that cut it a little close? How much did you pay for this excursion? If time allows this will be it for us. We have been to Juno several times so dont need to tour town or shop.


    1. Hi Lynnea – my apologies for taking so long to reply – I just received notice of this comment. Yes – you can book directly with the company. However, note – it is the same price as Skitara Agency. Our ship was in port for I think 14 hours. We paid ~ $165 USD per person.

      I would reach out to Skitara and/or the tour company to see whether or not 11 hours is cutting it close. They would be better able to guide you on timing. Kind regards, Heather


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