The immensity of the Great Land complements the intimacy of Seabourn Sojourn. Seen from the deck, snowy mountains loom in the blue sky, seeming almost close enough to touch. 

Immense forces of nature buffer Alaska from outside influences. It is a world where ravens, eagles, bears and salmon still exercise eminent domain. Where a mile-long glacier shimmers under a timeless sky. Rustic villages dot the landscape, providing you a chance to experience a world - and a culture - largely untouched by time. Venture further into this vast wilderness by cruising Tracy Arm in a catamaran or paddling a kayak past old-growth forest in Misty Fjords.

When you cruise with Seabourn, we promise a voyage that is nothing short of magical. Each cruise to Alaska includes the following exclusive amenities and activities designed to enhance every moment:

  • Amazing itineraries with marquee ports
  • The hidden gems of the Alaska Inside Passage
  • Optional Ventures by Seabourn™ excursions
  • Complimentary Seabourn All-Weather Jacket
  • Excursion programs curated by Robin West, our Director of Expeditions
  • Guidance and insight from a skilled expedition staff
  • "Caviar on the Ice" deck party


* Cruising of the Alaska and Canadian Inside Passage is subject to pilotage, traffic and weather conditions and at the Captains discretion. Actual routes, durations and timings may vary accordingly.

Seabourn Alaska Experience Information

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Featured Ports

Juneau, Alaska, US

The mighty Mendenhall Glacier is within city limits. Visitors enjoy seaplane or helicopter flights, whale- or wildlife-watching by boat, fishing, dogsledding or gold panning.

Sitka, Alaska, US

Reminders of Sitka’s New Archangel Russian heritage are everywhere, including the copper-domed St. Michael’s Orthodox Cathedral, the Pioneer Home and the Russian Bishop’s House.

Vancouver, B.C., CA

Vancouver’s parks, fine museums and galleries, excellent hotels and thriving restaurant culture make it an appealing place to stay before or after your Alaskan cruise adventure.

Haines, Alaska, US

See Fort William Seward, a National Historic Landmark, and the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, or take a ferry to Skagway, one of Alaska’s most popular cruise ports.

Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada

This tiny Namgis First Nations community on Cormorant Island welcomes its few visitors with rare insights into the region’s aboriginal cultures. 

Seduction Point, Alaska, US

Seduction Point is a cape at the southern end of the Chilkat Peninsula in Upper Lynn Canal near the town of Haines.  

Featured Shore Excursions

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