Alaska Cruises: Ports & Map

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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.

 

Skagway

In a single year from 1896 to 1897, this remote town along the Inside Passage grew from a few tents to a city of 20,000 gold seekers. Today, travelers come in search of other riches – to experience yesteryear along Skagway's charming boardwalk lined with buildings that replicate those Gold Rush days.

Vancouver Embarkation Port
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Vancouver

Positioned between the snow-dusted North Shore Mountains and the rich, blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver blends big-city sophistication with small-town charm. Don't miss Queen Elizabeth Park – a 130-acre civic arboretum accented with sculptures by modern artist Henry Moore.

Victoria, BC, Canada

Victoria, BC, Canada

Roam the spacious lawns of stunning Butchart Gardens with its exotic flora, unusual topiary and exquisite fountains. Explore historic Bastion Square, the treasures of Chinatown and the many sights and sounds to be found along the boardwalk of the Inner Harbour.

Whittier Embarkation Port

Whittier

Whittier is a quaint town located on the western side of Prince William Sound. The town was named after the great American poet John Greenleaf Whittier. Tourist flock here for fishing and hunting as the region's wildlife is rich and vast.

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.