10 Facts About Princess Cruises in Alaska

1. The number one reason people travel to Alaska is to see glaciers.

Holate Glacier, Alaska

2. The average age of a Princess Alaska cruisetour passenger is 55.

Denali Wilderness Lodge

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3. Princess is one of the best ways to see glaciers because guests visit two itineraries on every itinerary.

Diamond Princess in Alaska

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4. Northbound Princess cruises go to Glacier Bay and College Fjord.

Island Princess in Alaska

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5. Southbound Princess cruises go to Glacier Bay and Hubbard Glacier.

Glacier Bay National Park

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6. Northbound cruises are more affordable than southbound cruises.

Island Princess in Vancouver7. Princess has the closest accommodations to Denali National Park.

Denali

8. Mount McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge is the closest lodge to Mount McKinley, the highest peak in North America.

Mt McKinley Wilderness Lodge

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9. Sixty-six percent of Alaska cruisers travel with friends and family.

family cruising

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10. Princess Cruises has been named “Best Cruise Line in Alaska” by Travel Weekly magazine for six consecutive years!

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About Vanny

Vanny is Cruise Experts Travel’s Social Media Coordinator. She is a passionate world traveler and has been given an exciting opportunity to share experiences, tips and advice on everything cruising and travel in Alaska.
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