ALASKA CRUISES 2020

Escape from the crowds in the beautiful wilds of Alaska. With our 2020 Alaskan cruises there are now even more ways to immerse yourself in this unspoilt wilderness.

Alaska Destinations for 2020

Alaska Ports of Call for 2020

WHY CRUISE ALASKA IN 2020?

Discover what makes a 2020 Alaska cruise so special

Spectacular mountains, shimmering fjords, magical forests. As one of the last unspoilt destinations on earth, Alaska’s wild natural beauty begs to be explored. And one of the best ways to see it all is by taking a cruise. 

An Alaskan cruise lets you enjoy all that raw nature from the comfort of your luxurious floating home. But not only will you discover glaciers inaccessible by any other route, our 2020 Alaska cruises are set to offer travellers a more immersive experience than ever before.

Our Alaska cruises in 2020 now feature seven-night itineraries designed to give you the maximum amount of time in each beautiful port of call. Some visits allow you to spend up to 12 hours’ exploring, kayaking and hiking, so you can get even closer to nature. 

Our 2020 excursions include wildlife spotting in Tongass National Forest, whale watching in Juneau and kayaking through the calm waters that surround Port Frederick. But whatever you decide to do by day, the luxurious surroundings of either the Celebrity Eclipse® Celebrity Solstice® or Celebrity Millennium® will be waiting for you to enjoy on your return. 

Whichever one of our award-winning ships you choose, our 2020 Alaskan cruise itineraries will bring you closer to the majesty of Alaska than ever before.

2020 ALASKA CRUISES

SHIPS VISITING ALASKA IN 2020

ALASKA HIGHLIGHTS

A land of awe inspiring landscapes and jaw dropping beauty, there's so much to discover in Alaska. Here are some of our top highlights. 

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  • The spectacular Hubbard Glacier in Alaska.
  • Try dog sledding in Juneau.
  • Humpback whales in Alaska's ocean.
  • A view of the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau.
  • A tribal totem pole at Saxman Village near Ketchikan.
  • Boats at the Seward pier.
  • Alaska's Dutch Harbor.