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Alaska, Canada and New England Cruises

Book your front row seat and enjoy the fascinating nature of Alaska. Every millimetre of the Inside Passage offers towering walls of ice and wildlife that gives a new meaning to the word "wild". This may make you wonder why in the world you didn’t come sooner. Explore glacier-carved valleys, rugged coastlines and spectacular ice towers, go dog sledding and sport fishing or touch down on a glacier with a helicopter.

Once you've seen every shade of orange, red and yellow possible, you can check out New England's famous lighthouses, fishing villages, French provinces and cities. Follow the footsteps of America's first millionaires and linger in charming resorts where the opulent Victorian summer mansions defy description. You'll also love the incredible lobster in this area - you have to try it!

Vancouver is said to be one of the world's most liveable cities. Verdant green parks, a sophisticated yet friendly city and clean waters as well as skiable mountains and a pristine wilderness that's easily accessible just outside the city limits. Furthermore, Vancouver has attracted a wonderfully cosmopolitan mix of people from both far and near. As a result Vancouver's China Town is the second largest of North America next to the one in San Francisco.

Accessible only by water and air, it's not surprising that wildlife thrives in Juneau's stunning frontier landscape. In fact, it's the only state capitol whose governor's mansion sits less than one mile from prime grizzly bear habitat.

Ketchikan's 19th-century commercial fishing, canning and logging industries drew hearty workers who added a raucous side to the city's history. The infamous restored 'red light' district with its bordello-turned-museum is a present-day testament to that era.

It all started in 1896, when gold was discovered in a tributary of the Klondike River and tiny Skagway quickly grew to 20,000 residents. By 1900, the White Pass and Yukon Route railway began carrying the more fortunate gold seekers over the mountain pass. The real gold, some say, never left Skagway. It's still here in the matchless golden sunrises and sunsets.

Little wonder Seattle bills itself as 'the most liveable city in the world.' Every hilltop offers an incredible view: the towering Olympic Mountains to the west and the Cascades to the east; plus stunning Mt. Rainier and Puget Sound, a fisherman's paradise for everything from king salmon to steelhead trout.

Alaska, Canada and New England Cruises

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