Norwegian Cruise Line has launched its 2014 ‘Norwegians go wild in Alaska’ freestyle cruising brochure.
Throughout the 2014 season, the Norwegian Pearl, Jewel and Sun ships will sail in the region and clients can choose from a range of itineraries departing from Seattle, Vancouver and Whittier, visiting Alaskan ports such as Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway, as well as natural highlights like Sawyer Glacier and Glacier Bay.
Guests looking to explore Alaska’s Denali National Park can also choose from two CruiseTour packages. The three- and four-night tours are fully escorted by local Alaskan guides and can be booked in combination with Norwegian Sun’s seven-night Glacier Bay tour from Vancouver or the seven-night Sawyer Glacier tour from Whittier.
For the first time, customers will also be able to book their Rocky Mountaineer experience through the cruise line, to explore the Canadian Rockies on two different packages that combine a seven-night Alaska cruise with a two- or three-day train ride that stops in Jasper, Banff, Lake Louise or Calgary, both of which include a helicopter sightseeing tour.
An example of itineraries is a nine-night Sawyer Glacier from Whittier fly/cruise on Norwegian Sun. Departing regularly from June 1-September 7, the itinerary travels to Anchorage, Whittier, Hubbard Glacier, Icy Strait Point, Juneau, Sawyer Glacier, Skagway, Ketchikan, and Inside Passage in Vancouver. Prices lead in at £1,819 per person, based on a September 7 departure from Heathrow.
Brochures are available to order at www.trade-gate.co.uk and offers are bookable via the line’s London office.