ROL Cruise customer experience rating 4.7/5 


Based on 1227 reviews

Well done!

22 Jul 2018

Friendly and helpful young lady who was able to answer all my questions and dealt with my application most efficiently.

Very good

22 Jul 2018

Very good service from John.got us a good deal

Always a pleasure phoning ROL

22 Jul 2018

As always, Very good

agreement on charges for singletons.

22 Jul 2018

your rep was informative and agreed with my thoughts that most cruise lines over charge for solos.i told him I did not really want to spend more than £1500 on a cruise. he gave me a choice of cabins and price. I said I will only go on cruises if the quality and price was rigfht.

Better than all the rest.

22 Jul 2018

The agent was excellent . She took us through all the possibilities and the costs. We also had help with visa's and locations. We felt that the service was first class and better than we were expecting. Well done ROL

Excellent Service

22 Jul 2018

Excellent service from Gerald.

Great Service

22 Jul 2018

Very friendly & efficient

Help personified

22 Jul 2018

Could not have been more helpfull. Nothing was too much trouble. Their advice and actions were outstanding.

Finally straight forward

22 Jul 2018

John was helpful, knew his subject and was able to make suggestions without being 'pushy'. All my questions were answered well But the initial telephone system of clicking on numbers was maddening, after three separate tries when clicking achieved nothing I finally got through.

So far so good exelent!!!

22 Jul 2018

Exelent

The person I spoke to was clear, helpful and very professional.

21 Jul 2018

The offers were explained clearly and I found it a pleasure to choose the right holiday for me.

Seward (Anchorage), AK to Vancouver

Cruise Code: 1230380

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Your ROL Cruise package


What's included

  • Complimentary beverages in-suite and throughout the ship
  • Open-seating dining
  • Multiple restaurants with diverse cuisine
  • Spacious ultra-luxury suites – almost all with a private veranda
  • Butler service for all suites
  • Gratuities always included
  • Complimentary unlimited Wi-Fi for all suites
  • In-suite 24 hour dining
  • Complimentary transport into town in most ports
  • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your choice of beverage
  • Bvlgari bath amenities
  • Pratesi fine bed linens and down duvet covers
  • Pillow menu
  • Plush Etro slippers and bathrobes
  • State-of-the-art flat-screen HD TVs
  • Interactive media library
  • On board entertainment and enrichment lectures
  • Laundry and dry cleaning service on selected suites

Experience the Difference

  • Cruise Miles; over 350,000 U.K Members

  • Award Winning; more than 50 Cruise Awards over the last 10 years

  • The UK's No.1 Independent Cruise Specialist; delivering impartial advice

  • Staff with over 1,000 years combined travel industry expertise, offering 5* service

  • 24 years as a cruise only specialist

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Your Itinerary


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  • Seward, Alaska, USA

    Day 1

    Seward, Alaska, USA

    27 May 2019

    Seward, founded in 1903, is named after the Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln, William H. Seward, who endeavoured to purchase the land we know today as Alaska. It is a small, fishing village that has become a fairly busy port, due to its access to the state's highway, something many Alaskan towns lack. It is the southernmost terminus for the Alaska Railroad and is the closet port to Anchorage for those embarking cruise ships. Anchorage is located in south central Alaska, where to the east, the Chugach Mountains serve as the backdrop for the city's magnificent skyline. To the west are the expansive, steel-coloured waters of Cook Inlet, named after the explorer Captain James Cook who sailed into the area in 1778. Anchorage was incorporated as a city in 1920. Though steadily growing, it remained a relatively small frontier town until the beginning of World War II. When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Anchorage found itself on the front lines of the conflict. Airfields, roads, and other buildings were constructed during the war. After World War II, the infrastructure was left behind, creating the framework for Anchorage's development. On January 3, 1959, Congress voted Alaska into statehood.

  • Day 2


    Cruise Hubbard Glacier

    28 May 2019

  • Sitka, Alaska, USA

    Day 3

    Sitka, Alaska, USA

    29 May 2019

    Sitka began as a major Tlingit Indian village and was called “Shee Atika,” which translates roughly as “settlement on the outside of Shee.” “Shee” is the Tlingit name of Baranof Island. In 1799, Alexander Baranof, the general manager of the Russian American Company, decided to move his base of operations from Kodiak and set up camp at what is now called Old Sitka, 7.5 miles north of the present-day town. He called the settlement St. Archangel Michael. The Tlingit Indians of the area resisted the occupation and, in 1802, with Baranof away, burned the fort and massacred the Russian settlers. Two years later, Baranof returned and besieged the Indian fort. The Tlingits withdrew and the area was once again in Russian hands. This time, the Russians built the new city on a different site and called it New Archangel. For over six decades, New Archangel was the capital of the Russian empire in Alaska. By 1867, the Alaska colony had become too much of a financial burden to Russia. William Seward, U.S. Secretary of State, negotiated with the Russian Czar to purchase the Territory of Alaska for $7.2 million. The American press scoffed at Seward and the U.S. government for purchasing what they called “Seward's Folly,” “Seward's Icebox,” and “Walrussia.” On October 18, 1867, the Russian flag was lowered at New Archangel and the Stars and Stripes were raised over newly renamed Sitka. The name comes from the Tlingit word “Sheetkah,” which means “in this place.” All Russian citizens living in the former colony were given the opportunity to become American citizens. Many went home, although a few stayed or migrated to California. Sitka remained the capital of the Territory of Alaska from 1867 to 1906, when it was moved to Juneau. The move was a direct result of the gold rush. In plain terms, Sitka did not have any and Juneau did. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Sitka became a full-scale naval base. At one time during the war, Sitka had a total population of 37,000. With the end of World War II, however, the city settled into a quieter existence. The biggest boom in modern days for Sitka came in 1959 when the Alaska Lumber and Pulp Company built a pulp mill at Silver Bay, near the city. Today, picturesque Sitka is known for its fishing and of course its many historic attractions.

  • Day 4


    Haines, Alaska

    30 May 2019

    Unlike most cities of Southeast Alaska, Haines can be reached by road. With a population of 2,200, Haines lies in the upper northern reaches of the Inside Passage and is an important access point to the Yukon Territory and Interior Alaska. While cruising into Haines, see the Lynn Canal, the longest and deepest fjord in North America. Once in town, mountains seem to surround you on all sides while the jagged cathedral peaks of the Chilkat Mountains loom over Fort Seward. Haines has two distinct personalities. On the north side of the Haines Highway is the section of Haines that developed around the Presbyterian mission. After its missionary beginnings, it served as the trailhead for the Jack Dalton Trail into the Yukon during the 1897 gold rush to the Klondike. South of the highway, the town resembles a military post, which is exactly what it was for nearly half a century. In 1903 the U.S. Army established Fort William Henry Seward at Portage Cove just south of town. The post (renamed Chilkoot Barracks in 1922) was the only military base in the territory until World War II. In 1939, the army built the Alaska Highway and the Haines Highway to connect Alaska with the other states. Today, the community of Haines is recognized for the Native American dance and culture center at Fort Seward as well as for its superb fishing, camping and outdoor recreation.

  • Juneau, Alaska, USA

    Day 5

    Juneau, Alaska, USA

    31 May 2019

    Migrating whales, rivers of ice and super fresh seafood capture the hearts of its visitors, although Alaska’s capital city also has a strong mining history. Once the sacred territory of the Auke and Taku tribes, Juneau was named after the gold prospector Joe Juneau.

    Destination guide
  • Tracy Arm fjord & Sawyer glacier

    Day 6

    Tracy Arm fjord & Sawyer glacier

    01 Jun 2019

  • Day 7


    Wrangell, Alaska, United States

    02 Jun 2019

    Wrangell, a hidden jewel in the heart of the Tongass National Forest, is the third oldest community in Alaska and the only community to be ruled by four nations: the indigenous Tlingit nation, Russia, Great Britain and the United States. The island is rich in native heritage as evidenced by the rock carvings at Petroglyph Beach as well as the totems seen around town. Visitors can walk in the steps of John Muir amidst historic buildings and enjoy the beauty of the Stikine River and the surrounding wilderness. Today, the town is still considered colorful by southeast residents, but for different reasons. Wrangell is a proud, traditional and sometimes stubborn community, clinging to old Alaskan ideas of independence from excess government and freedom to use the land and natural resources to earn a living.

  • Ketchikan, Alaska, USA

    Day 8

    Ketchikan, Alaska, USA

    03 Jun 2019

    Super-scenic Ketchikan sits on the edge of Revillagigedo Island, surrounded by the verdant Tongass National Forest. Its waters are rich with Pacific salmon, a fact which drew native Tlingit and industrial fishermen here, not to mention an abundance of wildlife. Black bears can often be seen catching fish from passing streams, while birds of prey soar over glacial mountains.

    Destination guide
  • Day 9


    Prince Rupert, British Colombia, Canada

    04 Jun 2019

    Prince Rupert is picturesquely located on Kaien Island at the mouth of the Skeena River in British Columbia. Also known as the “City of Rainbows” and gateway to Northern BC, the Queen Charlotte Islands, and the famed Inside Passage (both BC's and Alaska's). Prince Rupert is circled by forests and mountains and overlooks the beautiful fjord studded coast. Like many of the major towns in the northwest, Prince Rupert is linked to the growth of the railroad. Businessman Charles Hay had big plans for this town, but they were largely unfulfilled, as he was a guest on the Titanic's last voyage in 1912. Tsimshian First Nations were the first residents of this area and as recently as 150 years ago their large cedar houses and carved totem poles lined the harbor. Today the harbor is busy with ships, ferries and fishing boats and is one of the main access points for Alaska.

  • Day 10


    Cruising The Inside Passage

    05 Jun 2019

  • Vancouver, Canada

    Day 11

    Vancouver, Canada

    06 Jun 2019

    Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful spots on earth, it’s no wonder that Vancouver is a popular spot for tourists looking to enjoy some fresh air and vibrant Canadian culture.

    Destination guide

The Ship


Step aboard Silversea’s new flagship, Silver Muse and rediscover the meaning of ultra-luxury. Delivered in spring 2017, Silver Muse raises the bar of luxury travel, offering it’s 596 guests, the newest technology, state-of-the-art facilities, spacious outdoor areas and all-suite accommodation – and not to forget exquisite dining delicacies. The addition of Silver Muse will expand Silversea's majestic and world-renowned fleet to nine ships. With a wealth of luxurious additions to the onboard experience, while satisfying the uncompromising requirements for comfort, service and quality to satisfy the world's most discerning travellers.

Silver Muse


Occupancy: 596 passengers

Tonnage: 40,700 tons | Length: 698 ft (212.75 m)

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