Carnival adds another 14-day Alaska adventure
Hubbard Glacier off the coast of Yakutat is more than six miles wide where it meets the ocean. It’s been very active in the past, having had two major surges in the past 30 years big enough to turn the fjord into a lake. Photo courtesy Carnival

For the first time, Carnival Cruise Line will offer a 14-day Alaska adventure round-trip from Long Beach, Calif., featuring sites such as majestic Hubbard Glacier and a day-long visit to Icy Strait Point, which offers some of the best whale and bear watching in the state and the world’s longest zip-line.

Carnival Splendor will depart Long Beach Aug. 25 and return Sept. 8, 2018.

In addition to a full day at Hubbard Glacier and inaugural call to Icy Strait Point, the 14-day cruise will visit Ketchikan, Skagway, Juneau and Sitka, along with a day-long call at Victoria, British Columbia.

The Carnival Journeys Alaska cruise will also feature unique on-board experiences where guests can enjoy local cuisine, entertainment and cultural opportunities within the various ports of call.  Other activities include photography, cooking and arts and crafts and a 1980s-themed “Throwback Sea Day.”

The Carnival Splendor cruise complements the line’s wide-ranging Alaska schedule that includes a two-week-long voyage round-trip from Long Beach aboard Carnival Miracle in September 2017 and 38 seven- and eight-day voyages aboard Carnival Legend in summer and fall 2017-18.  Several of the seven-day cruises feature a day cruising Glacier Bay National Park, a UNESCO Heritage Site.

“A Carnival Alaska cruise is like no other and with this exciting new 14-day Carnival Journey’s adventure, combined with the wide variety of seven- and eight- day voyages, we’re offering guests an incredible array of opportunities to get an up-close and personal look at this beautiful sailing region,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.

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