Carnival Offers Unique Alaska Cruise 2017

By ,   August 26, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

Carnival Cruise Line offers for the first time a 14-day Alaskan adventure cruise round-trip from Long Beach CA.

Launching September 2017, the voyage will feature 7 spectacular destinations, including Glacier Bay, UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the line’s first call at Icy Strait Point, unspoiled wilderness region offering some of the best bear and whale watching in the state and the longest zip-line in the world.

The one-of-a-kind voyage - part of the line’s Carnival Journeys cruise enrichment series - will take place aboard Carnival Miracle departing Long Beach September 2nd.

Carnival Miracle

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In addition to a full-day sailing Glacier Bay and Carnival’s inaugural call to Icy Strait Point, the 14-day cruise will feature the stunning Alaskan ports of Ketchikan, Skagway, Juneau and Sitka, as well as Vancouver BC (Canada).

Each of these destinations offers a rich history and culture, along with awe-inspiring natural wonders, including calving glaciers, magnificent fjords and native sea and animal life.

Guests sailing on the special 14-day Carnival Journeys cruise will also enjoy unique on-board experiences where they can sample Alaskan cuisine and enjoy local entertainment and cultural opportunities within the various ports of call.

“A Carnival Alaska cruise is like no other and with this exciting new 14-day Carnival Journeys adventure, combined with the wide variety of seven- and eight-day voyages, we’re offering guests an incredible array of opportunities to get an up close and personal look at this beautiful sailing region,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.