Settle in for seven days of exciting travel across the sea when you embark on the Princess Coral from Anchorage to Vancouver. More than 2,400 people can comfortably set sail on this big highly-rated vessel, based in Alaska and refurbished only two years ago in 2016.
Touring through extremely rare ports such as Skagway makes this cruise noteworthy. This route is a typical one for the Coral.
This price is the total price, including taxes and fees. With a cost of less than $110 per day, this is a solid deal. Act quickly, because the price of this sailing is on the way up! Secure your stateroom before the price goes up.
Since being listed nineteen months ago, the price of this itinerary has varied between $697 and $1,407 for a stateroom, including $198 in taxes and port fees. This graph displays the price over time for all types of cabin. At only $48 higher than the all time low of $697 right now is a great time to reserve your stateroom
|$115.71 per day||$116.00 per day||$238.86 per day||$295.57 per day|
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This cruise spends three sea days and three days in port. High points include a long stop in Skagway.
|Wed, Jul 25||Anchorage, AK||8:30pm|
|Thu, Jul 26||Hubbard Glacier, AK (Cruising)|
|Fri, Jul 27||Glacier Bay National Park, AK (Cruising)|
|Sat, Jul 28||Skagway, AK||7:00am||8:30pm|
|Sun, Jul 29||Juneau, AK||6:30am||4:00pm|
|Mon, Jul 30||Ketchikan, AK||10:00am||6:00pm|
|Tue, Jul 31||At Sea|
|Wed, Aug 1||Vancouver, Canada||7:30am|
The Coral sails this route four times this year. The Royal also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.