RCCL Inside Passage with Endicott Arm
Starring Endicott Arm and mighty Dawes Glacier, two natural wonders rarely visited by Alaskan cruises.
Royal Caribbean Inside Passage Endicott Arm from Seattle
The roundtrip Inside Passage with Endicott Arm route appeals especially to the first-time Alaska cruiser, striking a happy balance of three relaxed days on the water and three must-see ports of call. Those ports include Juneau and Skagway, as well as Victoria, British Columbia on the final evening of the cruise. A morning spent in the pristine, quiet waters of Endicott Arm is a favorite highlight for many. The route is operated by Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.
Daily Itinerary & Sailing Dates
Below you will find a detailed itinerary for this cruise, and further down the page, a list of sailing dates. Keep in mind that these details can change, and sometimes there are minor variations in a cruise itinerary between sailing dates. So be sure to request a cruise quote using the links below or with our cruise finder, and we will send you the most up to date information for the particular voyage you are interested in.
Bordered by Puget Sound and shadowed by big mountains like Rainier and Olympus, Seattle makes a fitting introduction for the sights to come. A stroll through the famous Pikes Place Market before the evening departures is a must. It's the oldest continually operating farmer's market in America.
The route heads north, giving passengers their first full day at sea to enjoy the ship's many comforts and amenities.
Having left the open ocean behind overnight, passengers awake among the forested fjords and mountainous inlets of the Inside Passage. The protected waters are a haven for marine wildlife. Hundreds of species, from seabirds to humpbacks, migrate here every summer.
The bustling capital town of Juneau is an exciting spot for the trip's first port call. Active excursions embark to nearby Mendenhall Glacier and whale watching tours head into Stephens Passage. Between trails, historic sites, and the Mt. Roberts Tramway, there's plenty to explore in town as well.
Skagway sits on the tip of Lynn Canal, the deepest and longest fjord in North America. The setting is essential southeast, thousand-foot-high mountains, dense temperate rainforest, as well as the town's rich gold rush past. Myriad shore excursions range from rock climbing and horseback riding, to city trolley tours and train rides.
The cruise spends much of the morning in Endicott Arm and alongside the sprawling Dawes Glacier before continuing its voyage south.
The elegant British Columbian capital city offers a distinctly Victorian shore experience. There are carriage rides to take, gardens to see, and even castles to visit. The cruise arrives into port in mid evening.
The itinerary ends where it began, in this bustling northwestern city on the bank of Puget Sound.