Get ready for seven days of luxurious sailing across the sea when you reserve your cabin on the Norwegian Pearl from Seattle and back again. The Pearl, based in the Caribbean and refurbished just one year ago in 2017, is a good-sized top-rated ship that can carry over 2,800 cruisers.
This trip is special because you'll exclusively call on rare cities such as Skagway. This is a frequent route for the Pearl.
We include all taxes and fees in our price, so there are no surprises at checkout.
Since being listed eighteen months ago, the cost of a cabin on this cruise has fluctuated between $1,341 and $1,661 inclusive of $242 in taxes and port fees. This graph displays the cost over time for every type of cabin. Right now this cruise is just $100 higher than the all time low of $1,341 so secure your stateroom now before it goes up.
|$1,441||Sold Out||$2,041||Sold Out|
|$205.86 per day||$291.57 per day|
|Book Now||Book Now|
This itinerary is made up of two sea days and four days in port. Highlights include a long stop in Skagway.
|Sun, Jul 29||Seattle, WA||4:00pm|
|Mon, Jul 30||At Sea|
|Tue, Jul 31||Juneau, AK||2:00pm||10:00pm|
|Wed, Aug 1||Skagway, AK||7:00am||8:15pm|
|Thu, Aug 2||Glacier Bay National Park, AK (Cruising)|
|Fri, Aug 3||Ketchikan, AK||6:00am||1:30pm|
|Sat, Aug 4||Victoria, Canada||6:00pm||11:59pm|
|Sun, Aug 5||Seattle, WA||7:00am|
The Pearl sails this route eight times this year as well as two times next year. The Ruby, Legend, and Bliss also sail routes with the same stops but slightly different schedules. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.