Cruise in Alaska & Vancouver

Queen Elizabeth returns to Alaska! 10-night Roundtrip from Vancouver

Last-minute cabins available

This May the Queen Elizabeth returns to Alaska after a 20 year absence! Feast your eyes on towering glaciers and ice fields, native wildlife and national parks with full days in port. Or sit back, relax and absorb stunning views on deck.

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10 nights
  • Accommodation
  • Port taxes & fees
  • Selected drinks
  • Selected meals

About this holiday

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Enjoy full days in each port on this immersive itinerary

Starting and ending in Vancouver, experience ten tantalising days of Alaskan adventure cruising past 1,000 year old gigantic glaciers and stunning wildlife. Cruise by the Inside Passage and either Tracy Arm Fjord or Endicott Arm, revealing breathtaking sights before exploring Alaska’s historic ports.


The luxurious Queen Elizabeth is an all-inclusive cruise.
Christened by her namesake, Her Majesty The Queen in October 2010, Queen Elizabeth is renowned for her comfort and luxury. Her sophisticated and spacious interior offers everything you’d wish for on board.


  • Inside stateroom from $1,649pp twin share
  • Upgrades available. Please contact us for availability and pricing.

Travel dates

Pricing based on 31 May 2019 departure. Please contact us for alternative itinerary availability and pricing.


  • Fri 31 May - Vancouver, Canada
  • Sat 1 Jun - Cruise by Inside Passage Scenic Cruising
  • Sun 2 Jun - Juneau, Alaska, USA
  • Sun 2 Jun - Cruise by Tracy Arm
  • Mon 3 Jun Skagway, Alaska, USA
  • Tue 4 Jun - Cruise by Hubbard Glacier
  • Wed 5 Jun - Possible anchor at Icy Strait Point, Alaska USA
  • Thu 6 Jun - Possible anchor at Sitka, USA
  • Fri 7 Jun - Anchor at Ketchikan, Alaska, USA
  • Sat 8 Jun - At Sea
  • Sun 9 Jun - Victoria, Canada
  • Mon 10 Jun Vancouver, Canada


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