Please note this cruise will board and disembark from Vancouver, Canada!
This accessible cruise journey from Vancouver to Alaska will navigate Alaska's Inside Passage, an intricate web of waterways famous for its stunning landscapes, ice fjords, and mossy rainforests. Ketchikan, Juneau, and Skagway are some traditional towns you will stop in.
From historic gold rush landmarks to authentic Native American cultural demonstrations and artifacts, all of them speak to Alaska's history and current way of life. The cruise offers guaranteed accessible ensuite rooms, world-class dining venues, and live entertainment. More than just a relaxing place to stay; it is a journey to experience and a home to return to after your Alaskan explorations. Grand Dutch Cafe, New York Deli & Pizza, and Sel de Mar are three on-site restaurants that provide a variety of high-end cuisines, step-free entrances, and easily accessible seating areas.
The Lido swimming pool has smooth floor surroundings, a Hoyer wheelchair lift, and several sunbeds. Learn more detailed information about your itinerary below. Don't hesitate to contact us for any special requirements.
As listed in the itinerary, every stop of this trip offers accessible activities.
This accessible cruise departs every Saturday starting on April 27th, 2024.
Breakfast + Lunch
Assistants Spoken language(s): English, Spanish, German, Dutch
- Trip Insurance
Day 1: Departure from Vancouver
The cruise to Alaska departs from Vancouver’s seaport at 4:30 PM. Get ready to enjoy this 8-day journey in this accessible, all-inclusive cruise ship experience!
Day 2: Scenic Cruising The Inside Passage
After spending the night in your accessible room and having some breakfast at one of the many tasty venues on-site, you will cross through Alaska’s Inside Passage: A protected web of waterways that boasts glacier fjords and rain forests such as Misty Fjords National Monument and the Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve.
You will also be able to spot several ports and constructions that speak Alaskan history.
Day 3: Juneau
On day 3, you will head to Juneau, Alaska’s state capital.
After arriving at 1:00 PM, you will have time to explore on your own until the ship’s departure at 10:00 PM.
We always recommend boarding the cruise earlier than the scheduled departure time.
At Juneau, you will find a town surrounded by water, forests, and mountains. Being the most remote US state capital, the city holds its particular charm and maintains a more uncomplicated way of life.
Here, you will find a variety of adapted activities with ensured wheelchair-accessible transportation. One of them is the gold panning and underground mine exploration, an activity in which you will go underground at what once was the biggest gold mine in the world.
Day 4: Skagway
On day 4, you will arrive at Skagway at 7:00 AM and depart at 8:00 PM, an entire day of exploring opportunities.
An iconic 19th town that still preserves its architecture and small-town charm, Skagway is still immersed in the gold rush lore.
You can visit the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, which has accessible restrooms at its visitor’s center, different exhibitions, and hiking trails. Park rangers also offer free walking or wheeling tours of the historic district.
Skagway is a great place to shop at small businesses and dine at quaint restaurants that serve freshly caught fish.
With many activities to choose from, a must is visiting the historic White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad, an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.
Day 5: Glacier Bay
On day 5, you will arrive at Glacier Bay at 7:00 AM and depart at 4:00 PM.
This national park and preserve will surely be a memorable experience. With several glaciers, frosted peaks, and mossy forests, the one-of-a-kind flora and fauna this place holds are forever changing, making your affair unique and unrepeatable.
Be sure to attend the Glacier Bay Primer Talk, where park rangers and cultural guides will introduce you to all the exploration possibilities this park offers and the importance of respecting its ecosystem.
Here, you can watch local footage of the astonishing documentary "Alaska In Concert," a BBC production. Alaska Stage Show is another option; it showcases Glacier Bay's culture in an entertaining way.
Day 6: Ketchikan
On day 7, you will sail Alaska's Inside Passage: A protected web of waterways that boasts glacier fjords and rain forests such as Misty Fjords National Monument and the Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve.
Humpback whales, orcas, brown bears, and bald eagles are some of the many wildlife species you may spot. Here is where you can take some unique photographs and have a deep breath of fresh and chilly Alaskan air.
Day 8: Return to Vancouver
You will end your trip in Vancouver, where the ship arrives at 7:00 AM local time. After checking out of the cruise, make a day out of your final destination!
Our team can easily customize this portion of the trip should you desire to book an accessible accommodation for an extra day or need privatized transportation to the airport or if you desire to extend your trip length.
This is a pre arranged trip, with a coordinated itinerary and limited customizations. Pricing is listed as "starting at" and based on the few customizations selected by the traveler the cost can increase. Travelers are subject to agree, review, and sign a travel service agreement before a booking for this trip is completed on their behalf. the travel service agreement allows the agency to represent the traveler as a client and book travel on their behalf.
All inquiries are subject to review and consideration.