Alaska Cruises: Ports & Map

Find the Perfect Destination

Highlights

  • Norwegian has the newest fleet sailing Alaska with three exceptional ships, offering more choice in dining, accommodations and entertainment.

    Norwegian brings authentic Alaska onboard, with a salmon bake, local beers, and a national park ranger.

Alaska Cruises: Explore Our Port Cities

Discover the Ports of Norwegian Cruise Line's Alaska.

 
Glacier Bay

Glacier Bay

Sail to Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, a United Nations World Heritage Site. Comprised of 3.3 million acres of natural wonders, it is home to magnificent glaciers, snow-capped mountains and abundant birds and wildlife.

Hubbard Glacier

Hubbard Glacier

Get up close and personal with the gigantic Hubbard Glacier, North America's largest tidewater glacier. It's 1350 square miles of blue ice and one of the most active in Alaska.

Icy Strait Point

Icy Strait Point

The Icy Strait Point experience combines authentic regional culture with incredible natural beauty. Enjoy Tlingit dancing and art. Or get closer than you'd ever imagine to humpback whales and brown bears in the wild. Work up a wilderness hunger and satisfy it with fresh Dungeness crab.

Juneau

Juneau has been called “Alaska's peak experience,” certainly due in part to its unparalleled glacier viewing from such places as Tracy Arm Fjord, the Juneau Icefields and Glacier Bay National Park. Kayak up one of the area's many protected waterways, go flightseeing, tour historic downtown or try your hand at panning for gold. The majestic Mendenhall Glacier lies nearly 12 miles outside Juneau, a treck worthwhile.

Ketchikan

Its Tlingit Indian name, Kach Khanna, means “spread wings of the eagle.” Chances are you'll see one of these magnificent birds perched atop a Sitka tree. Thanks to its abundant rainfall, Ketchikan is surrounded by some of the world's most lush wilderness.

Sawyer Glacier

Sawyer Glacier

Prepare to experience all the beauty and majesty of the Alaskan wilderness. Get up close and personal with the gigantic Hubbard Glacier, see humpback whales off of Icy Strait Point, take the reins of a dogsled in Juneau, and ride a jet-powered catamaran in Ketchikan.

Sawyer Glacier

Sawyer Glacier

Prepare to experience all the beauty and majesty of the Alaskan wilderness. Get up close and personal with the gigantic Hubbard Glacier, see humpback whales off of Icy Strait Point, take the reins of a dogsled in Juneau, and ride a jet-powered catamaran in Ketchikan.

Seattle Embarkation Port

Seattle

Seattle sits on the slip of land between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, with the Olympic and Cascade Mountains serving as a dramatic backdrop for this oh-so cosmopolitan city. Soar up the futuristic Space Needle and experience the views atop this stunning landmark created for the 1962 World's Fair.

Seward, Alaska Embarkation Port

Seward, Alaska

Best known for its beautiful parks and mountain scenery, Seward, Alaska is not to be missed. There is nearly an endless variety of outdoor activities to enjoy in Seward, from mountain biking and climbing, to rafting, sea kayaking, and dog-sledding, and even skiing, fishing or white water rafting. Explore scenic hiking trails or have a picnic among the pristine landscape. There's no shortage of enjoyable pastimes in Alaska's City of Seward.

Sitka, Alaska

Sitka, Alaska

Sitka is a charming island community surrounded with stunning mountain and seaside panoramic views. The vast and rich wildlife boasts sightings of whales, brown bears, deers, sea otters, and various birds flock here. This destination offers superb fishing, and plentiful historical attractions.

Things to Know

  • See Alaska the Norwegian way

    Choose from FOUR Cruisetours featuring escorted Motorcoach and Railroad Tours to see the heart of this great land.

  • Slow Show

    It’s slow going - most glaciers move less than three feet a day.

     
  • Bear Facts

    Grizzly bears don’t eat or drink during 6 months of hibernation.

     
  • No Score

    Alaska, the largest state, has no professional sports teams.

     
  • So Close

    At its closest point, Alaska is just 55 miles away from Russia.

     
  • Salmon Sense

    A salmon’s sense of smell is even more keen than a dog’s.