The Canadian authorities are once again welcoming cruise ships, and Cunard will be calling on Vancouver and the Alaska this summer and beyond.
Cunard returned to Alaska in 2019, and now looks ahead for the 2022 summer Alaska season on Queen Elizabeth. The ship will again sail through the Last Frontier, featuring the Hubbard Glacier, and Glacier Bay National Park.
The ship will sail a coastal transit from Los Angeles to Vancouver on May 30, and begin sailing in Alaska on June 5, offering seven and 10-day voyages through July. At the end of the season in late July, Queen Elizabeth will sail down the west coast, providing guests the option to join the ship in San Francisco and in Los Angeles, as the ship journeys onward through the Panama Canal to cap off her Alaska voyages this year. Queen Elizabeth sails in Alaska again in 2023 with an expanded series of itineraries.
“Amidst the myriad choices, Cunard’s signature voyage offering, in tandem with the wild frontier of Alaska, is uniquely captivating and distinctive in many ways,” says Jamie Paiko, vice president of sales, Cunard North America, in a press statement. “Guests enjoy the line’s hallmark experiences and amenities in a large ship environment but with fewer guests on ships of her size. And this year we are excited to debut our new Ice White Ball with Taste of Alaska Gala dining menu.”
You can now book your clients on a variety of itineraries and book reduced fares on an Alaska voyage through Cunard’s Sailing Soon Savings offer cunard.com/en-us/cruise-deals/sailing-soon-savings. Balcony accommodations on 7-night Alaska voyages in 2022 start from $899 pp; 2023, sailings are also available.
Cunard will carry on adapting protocols to best protect everyone onboard, and meet all requirements of visited destinations, including vaccine and testing policies.
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