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Cruising in Alaska is a popular and breathtaking experience, offering stunning landscapes, wildlife viewing, and the opportunity to explore remote and picturesque destinations. Here are some key points to consider when planning an Alaska cruise. Whether you're a first-time cruiser or a seasoned traveler, here are the topic the presentation will cover to enhance your Alaska cruise experience:

  • Ports of Call.

  • Glacier Viewing.

  • Season.

  • Must-Do experiences.

  • Wildlife Sighting Spots.

Remember that the specific details can vary based on the cruise line and itinerary you choose, so it's essential to check the details of your selected cruise. Whether you're interested in the stunning natural beauty, wildlife encounters, or cultural experiences, an Alaska cruise offers a unique and unforgettable adventure.

On a personal note; Alaska in the destination that changed my life forever. In 1997, I celebrated my 5th year working on board and decided to go back home and have a "normal life", so for my final contract I chose Alaska. On my first Alaska cruise, departing Vancouver on a 7-day Alaska cruise, we visited Glacier Bay, and as the Captain was "gliding" the ship through the Bay, my tension and anticipation grew rapidly, as it was a gorgeous morning so far, and we were all on open deck enjoying the view. Finally, we got near the massive glacier, and the Captain were able to bring the ship so close that we could almost touch the glacier, and at that point, it donned on me that I was meant to be here and this (cruising) is and should be my life, so that evening, I contacted the head office and informed them that I will be back. On my next contract, I met Maria, my future wife. 

Alaska Inside Passage
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