Hungry for a dazzling at-sea experience that combines sleek swiftness, panoramic vistas, and an array of our best new dining options? Look no further than the completely revamped Radiance of the Seas®. In keeping our promise to make our best ship every ship, Radiance of the Seas offers seven new dining experiences, VIP guest lounges, a poolside movie screen and an English-style pub. Plus, the breathtaking floor-to-ceiling walls, complimentary onboard productions, rock climbing wall, video game arcade and duty-free designer shops are still there. The only thing missing is you!
Travel Best Bets Package Includes
- One way airfare from Vancouver to Fairbanks
- 7 night cruise aboard Radiance of the Seas
- 3 night Alaskan Interior Express Tour
|Date||Inside||Outside||Balcony||Taxes & Fees|
|June 19 – 29||$3399||sold out||$5349||$498|
Please call to inquire for flights from other departure cities.
Please note, a non refundable deposit is due at the time of booking.
|Date||Port of Call||Arrive||Depart|
|June 19||Fairbanks, Alaska
From the airport, transfer (provided) to the hotel where your
Adventure Specialist welcomes you to the Golden Heart City.
Fairbanks is then yours to explore. Locals are out and about until
late in the summertime, creating a lively atmosphere under
the midnight sun. Tours and included experiences are decribed below. Optional excursions and meals are at passengers own expense.
|June 20||Fairbanks, Alaska
Discover local heritage and gold-rush history while panning for
gold at the landmark Gold Dredge 8 mining operation and on the
city highlights tour. From 3:00pm, your time is your own. Consult
your Adventure Specialist for personalized recommendations, such
as flying in a bush plane into the Arctic Circle, or visiting the
Museum of the North.
|June 21||Fairbanks, Alaska
The deluxe motorcoach transports your to the train station where
you’ll board the glass-domed cars of the Wilderness Express for
the scenic rail journey to Denali National Park. In the afternoon, you’ll
go deep into the park to scout forest and tundra for wildlife on the
Denali Natural History Tour. For an additional charge, upgrade to the Tundra
Wilderness Tour, available through your Adventure Specialist.
|June 22||Denali, Alaska
See more of Alaska’s spectacular landscapes on the motorcoach ride to
Anchorage, where a midday stop in downtown is free time for lunch and
some exploring. Admire the sparkling waters of the glacier-carved Turnagain
Arm and the forest-covered mountains of the Chugach on the road to Seward,
where you’ll board the ship.
|June 22||Seward, Alaska||-||8:00pm|
|June 23||Hubbard Glacier (cruising)||3:00pm||5:00pm|
|June 24||Juneau, Alaska||9:00am||9:00pm|
|June 25||Skagway, Alaska||7:00am||8:30pm|
|June 26||Icy Strait Point, Alaska||6:30am||3:00pm|
|June 27||Ketchikan, Alaska||9:00am||6:00pm|
|June 28||Inside Passage||-||-|
|June 29||Vancouver, BC||7:00am||-|
Inside Passage, Alaska:
The Inside Passage embodies the best of Alaska’s pristine nature and rugged beauty. The wildlife, rainforest shrouded in mist, magnificent fjords and the majesty of the Hubbard Glacier are among the many photo ops.
Ketchikan is the gateway to Misty Fjords National Monument, whose landscapes and dramatic seascapes can only be reached by plane or boat. The Salmon Capital is a hub for sports fishing and home to a collection of totem poles.
Icy Strait Point, Alaska:
The Huna Tlingit welcome visitors to Chichagof Island, where you can experience their rich culture and unspoiled wilderness. Inside the 1912 cannery complex visit the free museum.
Surrounded by fjords, forest and snow-capped mountains, Juneau is one gorgeous state capital. Its historic downtown harkens back to its gold-rush origins and you can still pan for gold. But nature is the priceless treasure.
The great Klondike Rush lives on in Skagway’s charming downtown of restored 19th-century buildings and its historic railway. From the vintage train, admire the mountains and see the 1898 trail that fortune seekers traveled on foot.
Hubbard Glacier, Alaska:
Hubbard Glacier is 76 miles long, 7 miles wide and 350 feet above the water line where it meets the bay. Watch as massive chunks of ice crash into the bay, a process known as calving that the Tlingit people call “White Thunder.”
Seward is perched on a peninsula where the ice age has had lasting power. Where ocean and mountains meet, the frosty waters and rugged coast of Resurrection Bay sustain birds, sea mammals and other marine life.
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