Glacier Bay
Alaska becomes part of Carnival Journeys with a 14-day cruise next year that includes a day in Glacier Bay.

As part of its series of Carnival Journeys enrichment voyages, Carnival Cruise Line will offer a 14-night Alaska sailing on Carnival Miracle, traveling roundtrip from Los Angeles’ Long Beach on Sept 2, 2017.

Onboard activities are set to feature Alaska-themed culinary and cultural experiences. Seminars on topics ranging from photography and arts and crafts to cooking and celestial navigation will be scheduled, along with an 80s-themed “Throwback Sea Day,” which is common on Journeys sailings.

In addition to the line’s first-ever call on Icy Strait Point, the cruise will include visits to Ketchikan, Skagway, Juneau, Sitka and Vancouver, as well as a full-day sailing through Glacier Bay.

Excursion highlights include hiking, kayaking and canoeing, as well as more unique pursuits, like helicopter flightseeing and alpine lake snorkeling.

Other Carnival Journeys sailings currently scheduled include a 14-night Panama Canal cruise from Tampa to Baltimore aboard Carnival Pride and a 10-night Eastern Caribbean voyage roundtrip from Charleston on Carnival Sunshine, among others.

For shorter, seven- and eight-night Alaska cruises, travelers can check out Carnival Legend, which will offer 38 sailings to the region in 2017 and 2018.

Source: CruiseCritic

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