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2022/2023 Season Savings

By March 2, 2021No Comments


Ready for a vacation by expedition cruise? Travel to Europe, see the hidden gems of Canada and Alaska, explore the vibrancy of South America, cruise around Iceland or visit the best of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland with our British Isles sailings to just name a few. Plan for your next adventure with savings up to 30% off select 2022 and 2023 sailings. Plus, guests receive $150 onboard credit per person. Your future travel is calling, book today!

Sample Sailings

Alaska and British Columbia - Wilderness, Glaciers, and Culture (Southbound)

Prices From $5,621 (was $7,292)
14 Days, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Included

Explore the vast wilderness of Alaska as you journey from Anchorage to Vancouver. Historic towns and wild landscapes await you in the Last Frontier.

Southcentral Alaska

Your adventure begins with a scenic drive from Anchorage (Alaska’s largest city) to Seward, where you can view rehabiliting wildlife at the conservation center. From there, we’ll sail into Prince William Sound, exploring College Fjord and Icy Bay, where you’ll see spectacular glaciers and have the chance to spot wildlife like humpback whales, Bald Eagles, and otters.

We’ll drop anchor at William Henry Bay, an old copper and gold mining site. Look out for deer while hiking through the forest with local guides. Next up is the creative hub of Haines. Learn about the town’s Chilkat Tlingit roots in the museum and browse the many galleries and boutiques.

Southeast Inside Passage

Crossing Holkham Bay, take in the magnificent views of either the Tracy or Endicott Arm, two pristine fjords with waters so calm they look like mirrors. Weather and ice conditions permitting, you may be able to explore the fjords in a kayak as part of an optional excursion.

Your journey continues in Sitka, a town with a blended culture of both Russian and Tlingit influence. From there, learn about ‘Little Norway’ in Petersburg and marvel at the impressive totem poles in Wrangell and Alert Bay. The bustling city of Vancouver marks the end of your cruise.

Machu Picchu & National Parks of South America

Prices From $7,984 (was $9,118)
14 Days, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Included

SAMPLE DAY : Isla de la Plata, Ecuador

Ecuador’s other Galápagos

Isla de la Plata is a part of Parque National Machalilla, Ecuador’s only coastal national park. The island sits a ways off the coast and is prone to large waves that can make landings a challenge. Its nickname of ‘Silver Island’ is thought to come from the belief that English seaman Francis Drake buried a treasure trove of silver here. It could also come from the copious bird guano reflected in the sunshine, giving the island a shiny, silvery look when seen from the mainland. Unfortunately, no treasure has ever been found on the island, which is just over two square miles in size.

But what the island lacks in size or silver, it more than makes up for in the wide range of wildlife, even rivaling that of the Galápagos Islands. If we are able to land here successfully, keen birdwatchers take note! Have your binoculars at the ready to spot some of the 32 species of birds found here, including the famous blue-footed boobies, nesting waved albatross, pelicans, gannets, and frigate birds. The wildlife in the island’s waters are equally diverse. Keep an eye out for whales, manta rays, green turtles, and dolphins.