R430 | Vancouver - 7-Day Inside Passage (with Glacier Bay National Park) | Princess Cruises Ruby Princess | 3rd Sep 2024

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Day 0 - Vancouver

Vancouver, a vibrant and diverse city nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada, is known for its stunning natural scenery, cultural attractions, and outdoor recreation opportunities. Visit popular sites such as Stanley Park, the bustling Granville Island, and the historic Gastown district. Vancouver's thriving arts scene, exceptional dining, and bustling waterfront make it a popular destination or departure port for Alaskan and Pacific Northwest cruises, as well as an attractive stopover for transpacific cruises.

Day 1 - At Sea

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Day 2 - Juneau

Juneau, the capital city of Alaska, is nestled between the Gastineau Channel and the stunning Juneau Icefield, making it a prime destination for cruise passengers exploring the region. Discover the breathtaking Mendenhall Glacier, located just a short drive from downtown, or take a scenic tram ride up Mount Roberts for panoramic views of the city and its surroundings. Juneau's vibrant history, charming downtown area, and ample opportunities for outdoor adventures and wildlife viewing make it a must-visit destination on any Alaskan cruise.

Day 3 - Skagway

Skagway, a historic Gold Rush town nestled in the scenic landscapes of Alaska's Inside Passage, offers visitors a fascinating trip back in time. Explore the well-preserved buildings of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, take a scenic ride on the White Pass & Yukon Route Railway, or enjoy a thrilling dog sledding adventure. Skagway's rich history and surrounding natural beauty make it an essential port of call for cruise passengers exploring the region.

Day 4 - Glacier Bay National Park (Scenic Cruising)

lacier Bay National Park and Preserve is an American national park located in Southeast Alaska west of Juneau. President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed the area around Glacier Bay a national monument under the Antiquities Act on February 26, 1925.

Day 5 - Ketchikan

Ketchikan, known as "The Salmon Capital of the World," offers cruise passengers a delightful introduction to Alaska's lush rainforests, native culture, and colorful totem poles. Stroll through the charming downtown area, with its picturesque boardwalk and historic buildings, or explore the nearby Misty Fjords National Monument on a flightseeing tour. Rich in culture and natural beauty, Ketchikan provides an enchanting experience for those looking to enjoy the distinctive charm of Alaska's Pacific Northwest.

Day 6 - At Sea

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Day 7 - Vancouver

Vancouver, a vibrant and diverse city nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada, is known for its stunning natural scenery, cultural attractions, and outdoor recreation opportunities. Visit popular sites such as Stanley Park, the bustling Granville Island, and the historic Gastown district. Vancouver's thriving arts scene, exceptional dining, and bustling waterfront make it a popular destination or departure port for Alaskan and Pacific Northwest cruises, as well as an attractive stopover for transpacific cruises.

Your Ship: Ruby Princess

The Ruby Princess, part of the renowned Princess Cruises fleet, is a remarkable cruise ship exuding warmth and comfort. It has the capacity to host up to 3,080 guests, all catered to by an attentive and professional crew of around 1,100. Measuring 290 meters in length, the Ruby Princess offers ample space for a variety of luxuries including various dining options, entertainment, and relaxation areas. True to its name, the Ruby Princess offers a jewel-like cruising experience characterized by elegance and an unmatched sense of tranquillity, promising an unforgettable journey for its guests.

3,080

Guests

1,100

Crew

290ft

Length


Ruby Princess Rooms

Balcony

The spacious stateroom offers more than a standard room, providing the luxury of a private balcony. Guests can enjoy stunning views of sunsets or new cityscapes from their own outdoor space, equipped with a table and two chairs. This makes it an ideal spot for enjoying cocktails or breakfast. The stateroom, covering 214 to 222 sq. ft., includes either a queen or two twin beds, a refrigerator, a TV, and a private bathroom. With amenities like 24-hour room service†, a spacious closet, a desk, and a digital security safe, convenience meets comfort in this expansive stateroom.

Inside

The budget-friendly staterooms provide a comfortable place to rest and recharge. They are furnished with two twin beds or a queen-size bed and equipped with a refrigerator, a hairdryer, a flat-screen TV, a spacious closet, and a private bathroom with a shower. Covering 158 to 162 sq. ft., they offer 24-hour room service†, a desk with a chair, bathroom amenities, and a digital security safe for added convenience. Some cabins also have the option for 3rd or 4th berths.

Ocean

Appreciate the beauty of the ocean from the comfort of these bright and airy staterooms that feature a picture window or porthole. Spanning 146 to 206 sq. ft., these rooms come equipped with all the amenities of an interior stateroom, including a queen or two twin beds, a refrigerator, a flat-panel TV, a private bathroom, 24-hour room service†, a spacious closet, a desk with chair, a hairdryer, bathroom amenities, and a digital security safe.

Suite

The spacious Suite with balcony* wraps guests in deluxe accommodations, featuring all amenities of a Reserve Collection Mini-Suite^^, and more. This suite offers an increase in living space and features a sofa bed and separate seating areas. Guests are treated to priority services, a complimentary mini-bar setup, complimentary dining, and much more. Note that some suites come with windows instead of balconies and are called Window Suites. Enhancing the experience, the Suite, sized between 460 to 932 sq. ft., includes luxuriously appointed balcony furniture, two flat-panel TVs, a private bathroom, a comfortable queen or twin beds, and additional premium amenities.

Suite (Mini-Suite)

Opt for the spacious Mini-Suite with a balcony*, significantly larger than a standard balcony stateroom. As a welcome gesture, guests are greeted with a complimentary glass of bubbly. The suite houses a separate sitting area with a sofa bed and two flat-panel televisions, making it an ideal and affordable choice for groups or families seeking more space. Note that some suites come with windows instead of balconies, labeled as a Mini-Suite No Balcony. Offering an area of approximately 323 sq. ft., guests can enjoy the comforts of a queen bed or twin beds, a convenient refrigerator, and 24-hour room service†. Other amenities include a balcony, luxury mattress toppers, spacious closet, a desk with chair, fine bathroom provisions, and a digital security safe.