Step aboard the Princess Coral and get ready for seven days of exciting travel through the sea from Anchorage to Vancouver! Over 2,400 people can sail on this big highly-rated cruise ship, based in Alaska and refurbished less than two years ago in 2016.
Stopping at less common stops such as Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan makes this sailing particularly interesting. This route is a common one for the Coral.
With a cost of under $100 per day, this deal is very strong. This price is the total price, including port charges and taxes. This price just dropped, so book quickly to reserve your room before the price rises again!
This graph indicates the cost over time for the different types of cabin. Since being listed seventeen months ago, the price of this sailing has varied between $624 and $1,284 for a room, inclusive of $225 in taxes and port fees. Now this cruise is only $49 more than the all time low of $624 so reserve your cabin now before it goes up.
|$96.14 per day||$97.57 per day||$163.71 per day||$198.86 per day|
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This cruise spends three days in port and three sea days. High points include a long stop in Skagway in addition to visits to more exotic destinations like Juneau and Ketchikan.
|Wed, May 16||Anchorage, AK||8:30pm|
|Thu, May 17||Hubbard Glacier, AK (Cruising)|
|Fri, May 18||Glacier Bay National Park, AK (Cruising)|
|Sat, May 19||Skagway, AK||7:00am||8:30pm|
|Sun, May 20||Juneau, AK||6:30am||4:00pm|
|Mon, May 21||Ketchikan, AK||10:00am||6:00pm|
|Tue, May 22||At Sea|
|Wed, May 23||Vancouver, Canada||7:30am|
The Coral sails this route nine 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.