Best Cruises in Alaska for Millennials
Millennials are seeking out more immersive, cultural experiences.
"This younger generation is no longer seeking a party-animal atmosphere when traveling, and instead wants to fully immerse themselves into new cultures, and feast on local cuisine. In fact, of the group surveyed, experiencing a new culture (86%) and eating local foods (69%) were listed as common determining factors for motivating people aged 18 to 24 to travel — ahead of partying (44%) and shopping (28%)." - Forbes (1/15/16)


Find the Best Cruises in Alaska for Millennials


Celebrity Cruises
Millennials can choose from Alaska itineraries on three cruise ships--the Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Infinity, or Celebrity Millennium. The Celebrity Solstice sails weekly Alaska Inside Passage cruises roundtrip from Seattle, with ports of call in Juneau, Ketchikan, Skagway, and Victoria and a day cruising in Tracy Arm. The Celebrity Millennium sails one-way between Vancouver and Seward, with ports of call in Ketchikan, Icy Strait Point, Juneau, Skagway, and a day cruising at Hubbard Glacier. The Celebrity Infinity sails 7-day cruises round-trip from Vancouver, BC, with ports of call at Juneau, Ketchikan, and Icy Point Strait. The cruise ship also spends a day cruising Hubbard Glacier.

Celebrity Cruises offers Land and Sea packages for
Millennials who want to extend their time in Alaska. Learn More »

• Norwegian Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line has three ships sailing Alaska. The Norwegian Pearl sails seven-day Glacier Bay cruises roundtrip from Seattle, and the Norwegian Jewel sails seven-day Tracy Arm/Sawyer Glacier cruises roundtrip from Seattle. The Norwegian Sun sails 7-day cruises between Vancouver and Seward (near Anchorage.) The north and southbound itineraries are slightly
Your are not a tourist. You're a mountain and glacier trekking offshore explorer. You seek adventure. You're a collector of unforgettable moments. different so can be combined into a 14-day voyage, but both include Inside Passage cruising, stopovers at popular ports of call, and scenic cruising in Glacier Bay or Hubbard and Sawyer Glaciers. Norwegian also offers land/cruise options for those who wish to extend their time in Alaska. Learn More » 

• Princess Cruises
Princess Cruises has six cruise ships sailing Alaska, offering many options for
Millennials during the May to September season.  Star Princess, Island Princess, and Coral Princess sail 7-day cruises between Vancouver and Whittier ( for Anchorage ) through the Inside Passage and scenic Gulf of Alaska; Crown Princess and Ruby Princess sail 7-day cruises roundtrip from Seattle to the Inside Passage; and the Grand Princess sails on 10-day journeys roundtrip from San Francisco. Princess also offers many land and sea combination adventure tours, so those wanting to see parts of the interior of Alaska (like Denali National Park, Kenai or Copper River), might want to add-on a land extension. Learn More »

• Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
Royal Caribbean has two ships to Alaska, with departures from Seward, Vancouver, and Seattle. Radiance of the Seas sails seven-night itineraries between Vancouver and Seward, Alaska. Explorer of the Seas sails from Seattle on seven-night roundtrip

Inside Passage voyages. Royal Caribbean also has cruisetour options that combine with the Radiance of the Seas' itineraries. Learn More »






We are focused on creating authentic experiences. If the desire for authenticity is a driver for the type of destinations you want to travel to, consider Alaska, which has been identified as one of the most popular destinations for millennials, empty-nesters, to multi-generational families. If you want once-in-a-lifetime experiences that feel authentic, fully immerse yourself into new cultures, feast on local cuisine and run of the mill shore excursions won't cut it for you; explore somewhere like Alaska. Go glacier trekking, kayaking, whale watching, fish for king salmon, back-country hiking, or bear & eagle viewing just to name a few.Alaskan Cruise Deals & Special Offers -   Discount Guide to 2017 Alaska Cruise and Cruise Tour Deals
We can help you find those off-the-beaten path experiences, and make sure you focus on all aspects of your Alaska travel experience, from wildlife viewing, rail, excursions, wilderness lodges and of course, a great cruise.
If you are a millennial*, chances are you were born and raised online. As for the rest of us, we learned along the way. Either way, you are likely known for researching and exploring every aspect of a trip on the internet, so by the time you get to us, you're looking for specific details about Alaska that only a Certified Alaska Travel Expert would know.

Who's in your group?

Are you more likely to travel socially with friends or family? We have an exclusive opportunity for small group discounts when you bring along family or friends. We call them mini-group rates. All you need is a few friends or family willing to travel together on the same sailing, and a reason to do it--say a family reunion, birthday, graduation celebration, club outing, or just for fun. All it takes is a minimum of 3 couples. Check out this week's best Mini-Group travel bargains for Alaska by land & sea.

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We’re really good at finding ways to get people engaged when visiting Alaska. Millennials are seeking out more immersive, cultural experiences. If you are looking for unique experiences that are carefully curated for each destination stop, you've come to the right place.

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"Cruisers go to Alaska to see the magnificent mountains, beautiful bays, and wonderful wildlife (like bears, whales, and sea lions) and to participate in some unforgettable shore excursions. In addition, visitors to Alaska get to experience fascinating small towns like Juneau, Ketchikan, and Skagway." -