Pacific Coastal Cruises: Excursions
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Once you've booked your cruise, click on "Log In to My NCL" and enter your user name and password. If you are a new user, create an account. Once you're logged in, you should see a summary of your booked cruise(s). Click the button for "Shore Excursions". If this button is not clickable, you may need to wait at least 60 days prior to your vacation date. Once you get to the Shore Excursions shopping page, you should see each port city offering Shore Excursions for every day of your cruise itinerary. Click through each port city to get more info and pre-book excursions for each guest you’re traveling with. You can also call 1-866-625-1167 if you have any questions.
Your local guide will take you across the mighty Columbia River over the 4.1 mile Megler Bridge to reach Washington State. You'll then head to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive ... more
Your local guide will take you across the mighty Columbia River over the 4.1 mile Megler Bridge to reach Washington State. You'll then head to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center that overlooks the mouth of the Mighty Columbia River were it meets the majestic Pacific Ocean. Interpretive Specialists at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center will take you on a tour of the facility. The center covers information related to the Lewis & Clark Corp of Discovery's journey 1803 - 1806, as well as the graveyard of the Pacific Ocean and the United States Coast Guard duties for the Columbia River Bar. Here you'll enjoy a great view of the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse. Due to safety requirements we are unable to enter the property. Next you'll visit the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in historic Ilwaco, Washington. Explore the cross roads of history where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean. The Railroads that ran by the tide, cranberry, Model RR & Quilt displays as well as Life in a Coastal Fishing Village, Mariners, Explorers and Settlers and most important discovering the land of the canoe people. This museum also explores our fishing, logging, and cranberry harvests and other displays. While you're there, enjoy a short walk to Discovery Garden and Mariners Memorial Columbia River Estuary. The last stop of your journey will be the World Kite Museum and Hall of Fame, the only museum dedicated exclusively to the thrill, joy, art, science and world history of kites in North and South America. Besides its outstanding kite collections, the museum has extensive archival materials. Long Beach's World Kite Museum is the definitive information source on kites internationally. A Washington State vacation is incomplete without a visit to the Long Beach Peninsula, home of the Washington State International Kite Festival, and the World Kite Museum and Hall of Fame. less
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NCL makes arrangements for Guests for shore excursions solely for the convenience of the Guest; NCL does not act on behalf of or supervise the parties or persons who own, furnish, or operate such excursions, and the same are provided by independent contractors. NCL assumes no responsibility for, nor guarantees the performance of, any such excursion provider, and Guests acknowledge that NCL shall not be liable for losses or injuries arising from the acts or omissions of such provider.