Cruise History

Here you will be able to read posts that detail my cruising history over the years.

2018 Alaska Cruise: Seattle

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Destinations/Ports Post Series: 2018 Alaska Cruise Seattle, the home of the Mariners, Seahawks, Starbucks and Pike’s Market fish throwers was our embarkation city for our cruise. The skyline and the waterfront are two of my favorites highlights of Seattle. This was a cruise where I was the travel agent host for a group of more…

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2018 Alaska Cruise: Ketchikan, Alaska

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Destinations/Ports Post Series: 2018 Alaska Cruise This cruise was my 4th time to Alaska and my 4th time to visit Ketchikan. This was a chance to walk around town and see some of the many sights, like Creek Street, the totem museum, several of the parks and even stop to enjoy a glass of wine…

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2018 Alaska Cruise: Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska

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Destinations/Ports Post Series: 2018 Alaska Cruise The ice flow was fairly heavy as we headed up the Tracy Arm Fjord, so we only made it partially up Tracy Arm and then turned around and then went partially up Endicott arm. We never got to either edge of the Dawes Glacier. I have noticed that now…

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2018 Alaska Cruise: Juneau, Alaska

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Destinations/Ports Post Series: 2018 Alaska Cruise This was also my 4th time to visit Juneau, so we did a little bit of the old and a little bit of the new. In 2008, my son and I visited the old Alaska State Museum. When we came in 2015, the museum was under renovation. What a…

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2018 Alaska Cruise: Skagway, Alaska

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Destinations/Ports Post Series: 2018 Alaska Cruise This day turned out to be a pleasant surprise for us. Our group had originally booked the White Pass and Yukon train tour that goes up along the pass from Skagway into the Yukon territory. I had done that train ride during my previous visit to Skagway in 2008….

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