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Set sail with Princess® – the best cruise line in Alaska

We invite you to experience an Alaskan cruise that only Princess can show you. We offer a range of enriching cruise options to see the Great Land's glaciers, wildlife and national parks from the perspective of spectacular ships, exclusive rail service and Princess-owned wilderness lodges. Come find yourself in the heart of the wilderness and let Princess show you the way.

Roundtrip Alaska Cruises

7 days from Seattle or Vancouver 10 days from San Francisco

Why choose this option:

Convenient roundtrip travel

Glacier viewing experience

Cruise the scenic Inside Passage

Visit Southeast Alaska ports of call

Exclusive Alaska enrichment programs

One-Way Alaska Cruises

7 days from Vancouver or Anchorage (Whittier)

Why choose this option:

Glacier Bay National Park on all sailings

Additional glacier viewing

Cruise the scenic Inside Passage

Cruise 500 miles further north across the Gulf of Alaska

Visit Southeast Alaska ports of call

Land & Sea Vacations

7 day Alaskan cruise from Anchorage or Vancouver + 3 to 8 nights on land

Why choose this option:

Experience everything our one-way cruise offers plus

Visit Denali National Park

Ride the Alaska Railroad in Princess' glass-domed rail cars on most options

Stay at Princess owned wilderness lodges


Our award-winning North to Alaska program, brings local personalities, culture and cuisine on board to immerse you in all things Alaska. Watch actual lumberjacks in action, hear from real Alaskans like best-selling “Tales of the Wild” author Nick Jans, dine on fresh Alaska seafood, meet National Park Rangers and naturalists, and make friends with Alaska’s next sled dog class with Puppies in the Piazza.


There are certain experiences that are uniquely Alaskan — salmon fishing in a quiet river, watching a family of bears forage for berries, or admiring a Native craftsman carving a totem pole. That's why Princess offers optional excursions for every interest, and with More Ashore calls in Juneau on many sailings, you can extend your day with more time in port and experience even more of this historic town.



Our Alaska itineraries will bring you face to face with at least one of these icy mammoths in places like stunning Glacier Bay National Park — a UNESCO World Heritage Site and named a Cruise Wonder of the World by Condé Nast Traveler — or breathtaking Tracy Arm Fjord, and farther north at College Fjord or Hubbard Glacier.


How many times in your life have you had the opportunity to see moose grazing in vast meadows, whales frolicking in glistening waters and bears in their native habitat? In Alaska, all that is possible — including glimpsing Denali National Park’s Big Five: brown bears, wolves, moose, Dall sheep and caribou.


Here you’ll find some of America’s most stunning national gems — awe-inspiring Denali National Park, home to North America’s tallest peak, 20,310-foot Denali; Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, larger than the country of Switzerland; Glacier Bay National Park with towering Margerie Glacier; and beautiful Kenai Fjords National Park, with its glaciers and abundant marine life.


Sailing into ports along the Inside Passage, you’ll get a glimpse into the welcoming personality of the Great Land, and a taste of the fascinating gold rush history that has left its mark on the region’s streets, saloons and storefronts. Contrasting the rustic authenticity of Alaska’s towns is the regal British influence of delightful Victoria, B.C., a stop on select Princess® Alaskan cruises.