Experience the beauty of Alaska and save 60 percent off cruise fares on your second and fourth guests. Plus, drinks, WiFi and tips are all included.
The majestic landscapes of Alaska are an unmissable bucket-list experience for any adventurous traveler and, on an Alaska cruise, you won’t just hit the highlights like Juneau and Skagway. From the comfort of your incredible cruise ship, you’ll sail across 500 miles of Alaskan wilderness known as the Inside Passage. This coastal waterway is filled with glacial mountains, lush pine forests and unforgettable wildlife sightings.
During the best Inside Passage cruise, the summertime sunshine offers plentiful photo opportunities. You might see orcas and humpback whales from your stateroom on your way to destinations like Ketchikan and Icy Strait Point. Marvel at the remote, untouched wilderness where you can breathe in the mountain air and truly think. Sky-high icebergs and glaciers await.
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Terms and Conditions:
*Cruise must be booked by Sept. 14, 2022 (the “Offer Period”) and applies to sailings 3-nights and longer departing September 15, 2022 to Apr. 30, 2024, excluding Galapagos and Cruisetours (the “Offer Cruise”). Promo code not required. Full deposit must be paid by deposit payment required due date. Standard full deposit penalty is applied if booking is cancelled within final payment period; see CEL’s cancellation policy for details. BOGO 60% Off 2nd & 4th Guest Offer: Applies to new, individual bookings during the Offer Period and provides 60% off cruise fare the 2nd guest and 4th guest only in the same stateroom as the first full fare guest sailing at standard rates on an Offer Cruise. BOGO 60% Off 2nd & 4th Guest Offer is combinable with All Included or No Perk Rate, and Airfare Offer, applicable to all guests in the same stateroom and will be automatically applied at checkout. All other charges, including but not limited to, cruise taxes, fees and port expenses are additional and apply to all guests.
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