Prepare for seven days of refreshing sailing through the sea when you join the Princess Star from Vancouver to Anchorage. Based in the Mediterranean, over 3,100 passengers can sail comfortably on this sizeable top-rated ship.
This cruise is particularly interesting because you will only experience very uncommon stops like Skagway. This is a common route for the Star.
At under $105 a day, this is a solid deal. This price is the total price, including all taxes and port fees. This price just dropped, so book today to lock in your cabin before the price increases again!
The accompanying graph indicates the price over time for each class of cabin. Since being listed eighteen months ago, the price of this itinerary has varied between $704 and $1,204 for a cabin, inclusive of $205 in taxes and port charges. Now this cruise is at its minimum price, so reserve your cabin now before it increases.
|$704||Sold Out||Sold Out||Sold Out|
|$100.57 per day|
This cruise consists of three days in port and three sea days. Highlights include long stops in Juneau and Skagway.
|Sat, Jul 7||Vancouver, Canada||4:30pm|
|Sun, Jul 8||At Sea|
|Mon, Jul 9||Ketchikan, AK||6:30am||2:00pm|
|Tue, Jul 10||Juneau, AK||8:00am||9:00pm|
|Wed, Jul 11||Skagway, AK||7:00am||8:30pm|
|Thu, Jul 12||Glacier Bay National Park, AK (Cruising)|
|Fri, Jul 13||College Fjord, AK (Cruising)|
|Sat, Jul 14||Anchorage, AK||12:30am|
The Star sails this route five times this year. The same itinerary is also sailed by the Golden and Coral. The Millennium, Westerdam, Noordam, Radiance of the Seas, Jewel, and Royal 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.