Luxury cruise line Cunard is helping travellers tame their “call of the wild” with its return to Alaska after more than 20 years, reports assistant editor, Greg Coates in this week’s digital edition of Travel Courier.
And there’s no better way to experience the wonders of The Last Frontier than by cruise ship. And what better way to cruise Alaska than with Cunard?
The Cunard experience is built on fine dining, hand-selected entertainment and outstanding service. From five-star restaurants and in-suite dining to inspiring guest speakers, the library and film screenings, every detail has been crafted to make the cruise experience unforgettable.
Cunard returned to Alaska this year with four 10-night roundtrip voyages out of Vancouver aboard the elegant Queen Elizabeth. This will be followed by a full season of 10 voyages out of Vancouver from May through September next year.
During its 2020 Alaska voyages, Cunard will visit Glacier Bay, making it the only cruise line offering 10-, 11- and 12-day roundtrip voyages that include both Glacier Bay and Hubbard Glacier.
The Alaska voyages feature full days in ports such as Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Icy Strait Point, Sitka and Victoria, BC.
Cunard president Simon Palethorpe commented, “Alaska is one of the world’s most inspiring destinations and our guests now have the opportunity to sail into this spectacular region while enjoying the luxury and style of a Cunard ship. With Glacier Bay added to our 2020 Alaska itineraries, our guests will have an even more dramatic front-row seat from which to witness the immense beauty of the region.”
For the full story, check out this week’s digital edition of Travel Courier.