Adventuring in Alaska is all about getting to know this state’s stunning landscape. It might seem cold and unforgiving at first glance, but once you spend some time exploring the quiet lakes, glaciers and breathtaking mountain views, you’ll have only warm impressions of this wilderness.
Join Wayne Toups as he ROCKS Alaska in August 2020! You don’t want to miss out seeing the breathtaking views of Alaska while getting to hear all of your local favorite music! Contact our office TODAY to select the best stateroom!
Ports of Call
Seattle, Washington – August 28th
The combination of water, hills and lush greenery in a mountain setting on the shores of Puget Sound makes Seattle one of the most beautiful urban areas in the United States. With its efficient bus system and compact downtown district, Seattle is also user-friendly. There is the Space Needle and Pike Place Market, plus the Mariners, Seahawks and Sounders FC sports teams. There are fine restaurants, good museums, and a vigorous arts scene.
Inside Passage / Juneau – August 30th
The Inside Passage is a protected seaway that stretches for more than 1,000 miles between the coast of southeast Alaska and a narrow string of islands to the west. The waterway has long been the favorite sea route between Anchorage and the cities of Seattle and Vancouver because it’s much calmer than the Pacific Ocean.
Juneau enjoys a majestic setting in a narrow fjord with Mount Juneau & Mount Roberts towering above it. Because of the natural beauty that surrounds the city – as well as it’s gold rush era – buildings and many shops – this state capital is a popular tourists destination.
Skagway, Alaska – August 31st
Located at the northern end of the Inside Passage, Skagway emerged in the Late 1890s as a makeshift gold-rush town of tents and shacks with a population of 8,000 adventurers who arrived by boat with supplies for the trek overland to the Yukon gold fields. Besides Juneau, Skagway is the most popular port in southeast Alaska. Much of the town has been restored and designated as the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.
Dawes Glacier – September 1st
Dawes Glacier lies 30 miles at the end of Endicott Arm nestled within the Coast Mountain Range. With numerous icebergs formed as the glacier calves pieces into Endicott’s waters, visitors will have the opportunity to see the black & brown bears, mountain goats, Sitka deer, eagles, wolves, sea lions, and harbor seas.
Victoria, British Columbia – September 3rd
This city was founded in the 1800s as a trading post and outpost of the British Empire, populated by settlers attracted to its mild climate. Today, part of the city’s charm comes from old-world traditions juxtaposed with new-world experiences.
- Ship: Royal Caribbean Ovation of the Seas
- When: August 28 - September 4, 2020
- Ports: Juneau, Skagway, Dawes Glacier, Victoria British Columbia
- Where: 7-Night cruise Round trip Seattle, Washington
- Additional Port Charges/Taxes/Fees: $437
- Optional Insurance (highly recommend)
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Ovation of the Seas featuring newly designed staterooms, game-changing technology, and the same groundbreaking venues as its sister ships, Quantum of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas, this ship is continuing to take cruisers to new heights. Making its debut in 2016, Ovation will offer guests a variety of activities, entertainment, and dining options.
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