Tauck started as a tour company over 90 years ago. The product has grown not only into a river cruise line, but an ocean cruise line as well. Although Tauck has been operating ocean cruises for over 25 years, you still may not have heard of its ocean cruise product. But that’s okay – neither had I.
Join Ralph and me on my podcast as he outlines six Alaska cruises he would like to do in 2019 – and one that he would not.
I’ve cruised Alaska a dozen times and would gladly do so again. There are six Alaska cruises that would make my list for 2019, and one that would not.
Cunard will spend a full season in Alaska from June through to September in 2020 on the newly-refurbished ship, Queen Elizabeth. Cunard is making its return to Alaska in May 2019, after a twenty-year break.
UnCruise Adventures guests looking to cruise in Alaska can save $300 per cabin on Alaska Awakening departures in April and May 2019.
Queen Elizabeth will sail four 10-night Alaska voyages roundtrip from Vancouver, with port calls in Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, and more.
Disney has a lot in store for 2020, with routine stops in the Bahamas and Caribbean, a new embarkation point in New Orleans, and more.
Cunard announced onboard programming for 2019 voyages as the brand returns to Alaska to offer its experience in The Last Frontier.