Inside Passage with Tracy Arm Fjord
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This Canadian and Alaskan adventure has it all… an overland trip on the Rocky Mountaineer followed by a few days in the Pacific coast city of Seattle and an incredible seven-day voyage with Princess Cruises along the coast of British Columbia and Alaska.
Seattle This seven-night Alaska cruise departs from the Pacific coastal city of Seattle. Not only does the city have a stunning natural setting on Puget Sound – it is the home of modern companies Boeing and Microsoft, and the setting of many popular films and television shows. We recommend spending a days here pre or post cruise, visiting the famous Pike Place Market and the first ever Starbucks, joining a whale-watching cruise or even heading out of the city to the nearby Mount Rainier and Olympic National Parks.
Rocky Mountaineer’s Coastal Passage Connecting Seattle with the Canadian city of Vancouver and the Rocky Mountains is the newest Rocky Mountaineer route – the Coastal Passage. This is a fantastic way of combining a Canadian Rockies adventure with an Alaskan cruise departing from Seattle. Experience the world-renowned Rocky Mountaineer service as you travel through some of the most spectacular landscapes on earth.
Cruising the Tracy Arm fjord The highlight of the cruise is undoubtedly the opportunity to witness the beauty of the Alaskan coastline, and in particular the Tracy Arm fjord. The fjord is approximately 30 miles long and home to some of Alaska’s largest glaciers including the twin Sawyer Glaciers. Pass by forested hillsides and cliffs scattered with waterfalls, keep an eye out for black and brown bears, harbour seals and seabirds before you arrive at the glacier. Time will be spent here, allowing you to witness large chunks of ice calve off the face of the glacier from the deck of the Emerald Princess.