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Oceania Cruises, Alaska cruise from Seattle, 8 August, 2022

Oceania Cruises Alaska 10-day route

Cruising from: Seattle, Washington;

Departure Date: 8 August, 2022;

Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises;

Cruise Ship: Regatta;

Duration: 10 days;

Ports of Call: Seattle, Inside Passage, Ketchikan, Icy Strait, Hubbard Glacier, Juneau, Skagway, Sitka, Outside Passage, Victoria, Seattle;



10-day cruise Alaska cruise on board Regatta.

Day 0 Seattle, Washington

Seattle can't be beat as a point of departure for your Alaska or Pacific Northwest cruise. With downtown cruise terminals and convenient air travel connections, Seattle makes cruising fun and exciting both before and after your cruise.

Day 1 Inside Passage, Alaska

The Inside Passage is a coastal route for oceangoing vessels along a network of passages which weave through the islands on the Pacific coast of North America. Cruising is likely what will bring you to this region of temperate rainforests, glaciers, fjords, and coastal mountains.

Day 2 Ketchikan, Alaska

Ketchikan is known as Alaska's "first city" due to its location at the southern tip of the Inside Passage. It is the first city you reach as you cruise north, and for many visitors, their first introduction to the beauty and majesty of Alaska. You will not be bored in Ketchikan. With dozens of attractions designed to educate or entertain everyone from the history buff and the outdoor enthusiast to the naturalist or Native art lover.

Day 3 Icy Strait, Alaska

Icy Strait Point is a privately owned tourist destination just outside the small village of Hoonah, the largest native Tlingit Indian settlement in Alaska. As one of the best places in the world to see whales, and a darn good spot to view bears, Icy Strait/Hoonah is among Alaska's most beloved destinations for wildlife enthusiasts.

Day 4 Hubbard Glacier, Alaska

Hubbard Glacier is a mesmerizing natural wonder framed in striking glacial blue. Hubbard has been nicknamed the "galloping glacier" because of how quickly it's advancing toward the Gulf of Alaska through Disenchantment Bay.

Day 5 Juneau, Alaska

Juneau, often described as America's most unusual state capital, is the only U.S. state capital with no roads leading into or out of town. The city is surrounded by nature, forested islands, quiet inlets and coves, and rugged coastal mountain ranges provide the backdrop for unforgettable whale watching and wildlife viewing, photography, fishing, hiking, kayaking, or just sitting back, relaxing, and marveling at the majestic wilderness gliding past your view.

Day 6 Skagway, Alaska

Skagway, located in the Upper Lynn Canal is a place in Alaska where the past lives on. The Port of Skagway is the northernmost ice-free, deep-water port in North America, and serves as a year-round transportation hub between Alaska, the Yukon Territory, Northern British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and Europe.

Day 7 Sitka, Alaska

Sitka is a popular port of call for many cruise ships that sail the Inside Passage from May through September. The anchorage for large cruise ships is off shore, and smaller boats are used to tender passengers ashore to the Crescent Harbor Lightering Facility or the O'Connell Bridge Lightering Facility.

Day 8 Outside Passage, Alaska

Cruise the Outside Passage through the open blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Typically, this is a round-trip cruise from Seattle or Vancouver, then back to the same port, with stops at three or four port towns, such as Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, and either Sitka, Haines, or Victoria, B.C. These 7-day cruises usually spend a day in Glacier Bay or another glacier area, and two days at sea.

Day 9 Victoria, British Colubmia

Victoria, British Columbia's capital, is an occasional Cruise Port during the Alaska cruise season, especially at the beginning or the end of the cruise season, when cruise lines have unique itineraries as they reposition their ships from the south to the north, or vice versa.

Day 10 Seattle, Washington

Seattle can't be beat as a point of departure for your Alaska or Pacific Northwest cruise. With downtown cruise terminals and convenient air travel connections, Seattle makes cruising fun and exciting both before and after your cruise.

Experience wildlife, wilderness, and native culture on this Alaska cruise with Oceania Cruises. Visit Seattle, Inside Passage, Ketchikan, Icy Strait, Hubbard Glacier, Juneau, Skagway, Sitka, Outside Passage, Victoria, Seattle. Regatta leaving Seattle, Washington, for 10 day from 8 August, 2022.


Alaska cruise from Seattle August 2022


Port order and/or content may vary, please check specific sailing date for details at Oceania Cruises website. Port arrival and departure times are approximate and subject to change without notice. For more information please visit the Oceania Cruises website.

Please check specific sailing date concerning risks associated with COVID-19. Consult all applicable Centers for Disease Control travel advisories, warnings, or recommendations relating to cruise travel and check at official Oceania Cruises website.

Oceania Cruises, Alaska cruise from Seattle, 8 August, 2022

Oceania Cruises Alaska 10-day route

Cruising from: Seattle, Washington;

Departure Date: 8 August, 2022;

Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises;

Cruise Ship: Regatta;

Duration: 10 days;

Ports of Call: Seattle, Inside Passage, Ketchikan, Icy Strait, Hubbard Glacier, Juneau, Skagway, Sitka, Outside Passage, Victoria, Seattle;



10-day cruise Alaska cruise on board Regatta.

Day 0 Seattle, Washington

Seattle can't be beat as a point of departure for your Alaska or Pacific Northwest cruise. With downtown cruise terminals and convenient air travel connections, Seattle makes cruising fun and exciting both before and after your cruise.

Day 1 Inside Passage, Alaska

The Inside Passage is a coastal route for oceangoing vessels along a network of passages which weave through the islands on the Pacific coast of North America. Cruising is likely what will bring you to this region of temperate rainforests, glaciers, fjords, and coastal mountains.

Day 2 Ketchikan, Alaska

Ketchikan is known as Alaska's "first city" due to its location at the southern tip of the Inside Passage. It is the first city you reach as you cruise north, and for many visitors, their first introduction to the beauty and majesty of Alaska. You will not be bored in Ketchikan. With dozens of attractions designed to educate or entertain everyone from the history buff and the outdoor enthusiast to the naturalist or Native art lover.

Day 3 Icy Strait, Alaska

Icy Strait Point is a privately owned tourist destination just outside the small village of Hoonah, the largest native Tlingit Indian settlement in Alaska. As one of the best places in the world to see whales, and a darn good spot to view bears, Icy Strait/Hoonah is among Alaska's most beloved destinations for wildlife enthusiasts.

Day 4 Hubbard Glacier, Alaska

Hubbard Glacier is a mesmerizing natural wonder framed in striking glacial blue. Hubbard has been nicknamed the "galloping glacier" because of how quickly it's advancing toward the Gulf of Alaska through Disenchantment Bay.

Day 5 Juneau, Alaska

Juneau, often described as America's most unusual state capital, is the only U.S. state capital with no roads leading into or out of town. The city is surrounded by nature, forested islands, quiet inlets and coves, and rugged coastal mountain ranges provide the backdrop for unforgettable whale watching and wildlife viewing, photography, fishing, hiking, kayaking, or just sitting back, relaxing, and marveling at the majestic wilderness gliding past your view.

Day 6 Skagway, Alaska

Skagway, located in the Upper Lynn Canal is a place in Alaska where the past lives on. The Port of Skagway is the northernmost ice-free, deep-water port in North America, and serves as a year-round transportation hub between Alaska, the Yukon Territory, Northern British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and Europe.

Day 7 Sitka, Alaska

Sitka is a popular port of call for many cruise ships that sail the Inside Passage from May through September. The anchorage for large cruise ships is off shore, and smaller boats are used to tender passengers ashore to the Crescent Harbor Lightering Facility or the O'Connell Bridge Lightering Facility.

Day 8 Outside Passage, Alaska

Cruise the Outside Passage through the open blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Typically, this is a round-trip cruise from Seattle or Vancouver, then back to the same port, with stops at three or four port towns, such as Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, and either Sitka, Haines, or Victoria, B.C. These 7-day cruises usually spend a day in Glacier Bay or another glacier area, and two days at sea.

Day 9 Victoria, British Colubmia

Victoria, British Columbia's capital, is an occasional Cruise Port during the Alaska cruise season, especially at the beginning or the end of the cruise season, when cruise lines have unique itineraries as they reposition their ships from the south to the north, or vice versa.

Day 10 Seattle, Washington

Seattle can't be beat as a point of departure for your Alaska or Pacific Northwest cruise. With downtown cruise terminals and convenient air travel connections, Seattle makes cruising fun and exciting both before and after your cruise.

Experience wildlife, wilderness, and native culture on this Alaska cruise with Oceania Cruises. Visit Seattle, Inside Passage, Ketchikan, Icy Strait, Hubbard Glacier, Juneau, Skagway, Sitka, Outside Passage, Victoria, Seattle. Regatta leaving Seattle, Washington, for 10 day from 8 August, 2022.


Alaska cruise from Seattle August 2022


Port order and/or content may vary, please check specific sailing date for details at Oceania Cruises website. Port arrival and departure times are approximate and subject to change without notice. For more information please visit the Oceania Cruises website.

Please check specific sailing date concerning risks associated with COVID-19. Consult all applicable Centers for Disease Control travel advisories, warnings, or recommendations relating to cruise travel and check at official Oceania Cruises website.