Royal Caribbean Cruises Radiance of the Seas cruising in front of a glacier in Alaska.

Alaska Cruises from Vancouver

Sail one way to Seward or Whittier for the richest Alaska cruise experience.

Alaska Cruises from Vancouver

Cruises embarking from Vancouver offer passengers a remarkable trip to some of Alaska's most iconic and beautiful coastal locales. These one-way Glacier Route cruises operate from Vancouver to Seward and Vancouver to Whittier.

Although Alaska cruise itineraries differ, most cruise lines make three to four port calls and spend two or three days at sea exploring places like Glacier Bay National Park. Seward cruises finish with a nighttime cruise out of the Gulf of Alaska and into Resurrection Bay, while Whittier ships spend their final day cruising through Prince William Sound.

One of the perks of taking a Vancouver Glacier Route cruise is being able to take an Alaska land package after the voyage disembarks. You can use our Trip Finder tool to search for post-cruise tours to places like Denali National Park and Fairbanks . Don't have enough time for a land package? Not to worry, we can also help you coordinate cruise transfers to Anchorage in order to catch an outbound flight.

Many of the major cruise lines operating in Alaska also offer roundtrip cruises from Vancouver. These Inside Passage routes typically include one fewer port of call and one additional day at sea compared to cruises that travel one way to Alaska.

Whether you're just starting to think about an Alaskan cruise, or are serious about booking, we highly recommend that you check out our Cruise Finder. It's a handy tool for finding cruises based on your preferred route, sailings dates, cruise line, and length of itinerary. You can also request a quote through the Cruise Finder. Rather chat? Give us a call at 800-208-0200.

Alaska Cruises from Vancouver