Regional and premium class flights may be available upon request
Upon arrival, transfer to a 4★ hotel for your three-night stay.
Explore vibrant Vancouver, boasting waterfront parks, nearby mountains, multitudes of cafés shops, galleries, museums, and a diversity of cultural neighbourhoods to explore
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Transfer to the port and embark MS Roald Amundsen for your 12 night Alaskan voyage
Sailing north into the ocean, you will make your way towards Canada's Inside Passage. Why not join the on board Expedition Team in the Science Center for a lecture and get to know your fellow travellers? Alternatively, go out on deck to look out for dolphins, porpoises, orcas and whales.
Misty Fjords National Monument is a realm of thick evergreen rainforests, granite cliffs adorned by strings of waterfalls, mountain rivers and wetlands along the coast, often with milky fog filling the bays and coves. Weather permissible, you will explore the area on small expedition boats or kayaks
True gems of Southeast Alaska, the Tracy and Endicott Arm Fjords feature lush Alaskan greenery on towering cliffsides as well intricate icebergs in the water and rugged, radiant-blue glaciers at the end of the fjords. It is also home to mountain goats and Harbor seals. If sea conditions are right, you will explore the area aboard small expedition boats or kayaks
Head ashore with expedition boats and explore this anchorage with local guides. Nestled against the Chilkat mountain range, the wilderness here features old growth forest, home to brown and black bears, wolves, moose, and Sitka black-tailed deer. In the evening, the ship passes through Point Adolphus, a renowned whale watching area
Sitka enjoys views of The Sisters Mountains and of Mount Edgecumbe, a dormant volcano. The former capital of Alaska when it belonged to Russia, this historic town is now a blend of cultures. Wander around the Russian Orthodox St. Michael’s Cathedral, or visit nearby Sitka National Historical Park, which has many ornate Tinglit totem poles on display
Icy Bay lives up to its name. Located in Prince William Sound, the spectacular scenery here formed in the past 100 years with the retreat of three prominent glaciers which still feed ice into the bay. The aim is to explore Guyot Glacier. The weather and glacier ice conditions on the day will dictate which areas you will be able to visit
Cordova is an authentic Alaskan salmon fishing town surrounded by vast forests, and only accessible by boat or plane. Sea otters, eagles, and tundra swans are easily seen while moose, beaver, wolf, and bears are rarer sights
Spend the day in the northern sector of Prince William Sound exploring College Fjord surrounded by the snow-capped Chugach Mountains. The area is home to five magnificent tidewater glaciers and a dozen smaller ones, most named after famous Ivy League East Coast colleges. May is also one of the top months to spot humpback whales here
When we arrive at the lively harbour here, you’ll bid farewell to the ship and enjoy a scenic drive through some spectacular backcountry towards Anchorage for an overnight stay. The route between Anchorage and Seward is also known for sightings of the impressively horned Dall sheep.
We’ll make a point to stop at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center too. Surrounded by mountains and glaciers, this sanctuary in Portage Valley is dedicated to rehabilitating Alaska’s orphaned or injured animals. You may be able to view bears, bison, moose, caribou, elk, eagles, owls, musk oxen and a variety of birds.
(regional and premium class flights may be available on request)
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MS Roald Amundsen is the first hybrid ship to join the Hurtigruten fleet. With new and environmentally sustainable hybrid technology, she reduces fuel consumption and cuts CO2 emissions by sailing with electrical propulsion. Electrical propulsion is a great benefit to the environment and also enhances the impact of experiencing nature meaning you can travel to the most spectacular destinations in the most sustainable way.
Hurtigruten recommends pre-booking shore excursions. This can be done up to four weeks prior to departure (two weeks if paid by credit card) at the rates presented. Shore excursions are also available to book on board but spaces may be limited. Please note: all excursions booked on board will be charged in Norwegian Kroner.
There is no official dress code on board but some guests choose to change to casualwear for dinner. The weather in Norway can vary during the course of each voyage (or even during the day!) so we recommend reading our climate zone packing guide to ensure you’re ready for every possibility.
Norwegian cuisine is served on board. Chefs use only the very best locally sourced, seasonal ingredients which are collected from port each day and used to prepare a range of delicious dishes.
Specific diets can be catered for if requested in good time. Passengers on strict diets may find that there is limited choice. A 3-course vegan menu is available in the evenings on voyages of 12-days.
Most Hurtigruten ships along the Norwegian coast have an Expedition Team who undertake special activities on board such as lectures and presentations, on-deck guiding as well as hikes and outdoor activities in many ports. The majority of activities take place both inside the ships and out on deck and are designed around the season you’re sailing in. Hurtigruten aims to get guests closer to unique environments.
Visa, American Express, MasterCard and Diners Card are all accepted as payment options on board. Norwegian Kroner (NOK) is the on board currency.
Laundry rooms with washing machines, dryers and irons are available on all ships. Tokens can be purchased at reception.
The official languages on board are Norwegian and English, though some service crew also speak German. The majority of shore excursions are guided in two or three languages.
Yes, wireless internet is available on board for a small fee, unless already included in your Select or Platinum fare.
It is not common practice to tip on Hurtigruten ships on the coastal voyage. If you feel that crew members should be rewarded for providing exceptional service, tip boxes are placed in the restaurant together with envelopes.
Hurtigruten and Reader Offers Limited Package Holiday booking conditions apply. Fares are per person based on two adults sharing, except single cabins, may increase or be withdrawn at any time. Offers apply to new bookings only. Ports may require a tender. Regional and premium class flights may be available on request and will incur supplementary costs and may require an additional overnight stay and flights may be indirect. Flights are subject to schedule changes and may be based on indirect services with flights arriving same day or overnight. Flights will be confirmed closer to departure which may affect your overall holiday duration and an additional overnight hotel stay may be required. Hotel star ratings are based on ROL Cruise classifications, If the named hotel is unavailable a suitable alternative will be provided. WIFI is subject to the cruise lines T&Cs and cannot be guaranteed. Savings are based on two adults sharing. Tours may not be suitable for guests with mobility restrictions. Tours are subject to change and an additional charge may apply. Additional excursions must be booked 28 days prior to departure. Expedition activities are optional and pre-bookable excursions are at a supplement and must be booked at least 28 days prior to departure. Baggage restrictions will apply. Please ask for more details. Please note this voyage may not be suitable for guests with mobility restrictions. Weather, sea & ice conditions have a great influence on the programme and schedule. Safety is always the priority and the ship’s captain will decide on the final sailing schedule during the voyage, therefore the itinerary is subject to change. Drinks are only with meals on board and are subject to the cruise lines t&c’s. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. Cruise Miles T&Cs apply. E&OE.
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Case of six fine wines is based on one per booking for UK mainland addresses only when booking an Ocean View or above by 8pm 19th April 2021.View Package Holiday