MIAMI — For the first time, Carnival Cruise Line will offer a 14-day Alaskan voyage roundtrip from Long Beach, California in September 2017. This one-of-a-kind voyage is part of the line’s Carnival Journeys cruise enrichment series and will feature the line’s first visit to Icy Strait Point, known for whale and bear watching and home of the world’s longest zipline.
The two-week-long adventure will take place aboard Carnival Miracle and depart Long Beach on Sept. 2, returning Sept. 16, 2017. In addition to Icy Strait Point, Alaskan ports include Glacier Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ketchikan, Skagway, Juneau and Sitka, as well as Vancouver, British Columbia.
While onboard, guests can enjoy Alaskan cuisine and a special 1980s-themed ‘Throwback Sea Day.’ A wide range of local entertainment and cultural excursions await at various ports of call, ranging from photography and cooking to arts and crafts.
Alternatively, Carnival Legend will also offer 38 seven- and eight-day Alaska voyages in 2017 and 2018, including seven week-long Glacier Bay cruises next year, the most voyages by Carnival to this region.
For more information go to carnival.com/Alaska.