Seven days Alaskan explorer

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MS Eurodam ship
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Holland America Line’s first Signature-class ship, Eurodam has recently received many exciting updates.

Guests on this graceful ship can enjoy the full Music Walk™ experience, including Lincoln Center Stage, B.B. King’s Blues Club and Billboard Onboard.

Explore onboard at a cooking class or hands-on workshop with America’s Test Kitchen, BBC Earth Experiences and a Digital Workshop Powered by Windows®. Dine in your choice of specialty restaurants.

Enjoy the Alaskan explorer.


  • Beach Access
  • Breakfast
  • Deck Furniture
  • Dinner
  • Live entertainment
  • Lunch
  • Taxes


  • Air Fares
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Gratuities/pax/day
  • Insurance
  • Things not mentioned in itinerary
  • Visa charges

Detailed Itinerary

  • Seattle, Washington, US

    Cruise will start at 4 PM Seattle is known as the 'Emerald City', and just like the home of the Wizard of Oz in the fairy tale, it is a magical place. Rated as one of the world's most liveable cities, after Melbourne and Montreal, it boasts among its citizens three out of the world's ten richest men, including Bill Gates, head of the mighty Microsoft Empire. The city's emergence as a trend-setting and fashionable metropolis with sky-high property prices has occurred in less than 200 years, since it was founded in 1869. Sitting at the extremity of the United States' northwest, at the gateway to Canada, Seattle reaches for the sky with its landmark soaring 'space needle', built in the 1960s, a modern monument that epitomises the city's image as a high-tech, dynamic and young community. Seattle is not a place that fosters couch potatoes. Visitors and locals alike revel in the outdoor activities the city's situation provides for. Seattle sits on the shores of two large lakes and Puget Sound, with remote wilderness less than an hour away, and it is flanked by two major mountain ranges (Olympics and Cascades), with Mount Rainier in full view from the city. It is also within easy reach of the San Juan Islands, Pacific Ocean beaches and major rivers. This active city lends itself to walking tours, particularly around the two main tourist areas, the waterfront and Pike Place Market. In addition, 80 percent of the city limits are surrounded by water, so tour boats also abound. To fully enjoy Seattle be prepared to go boating, and bring a comfortable pair of shoes.
  • Days at Sea, Scenic crusing in Stephens Passage

    Cruise ship will cruise for full day. You will be enjoying the Amenities available in the Ship, Stephens Passage is a unique must see Passage of the world. Very scenic and beautiful
  • Juneau. Alaska, US

    Would you believe, Joe Juneau? It's true--Juneau, Alaska is named for Joe Juneau, one of a trio of explorers who discovered rich reserves of gold in the stream that now runs through town. The stampede thatolwed led to Juneau becoming first a camp, then a town, then finally Alaska's capital. Today, the town boasts some of Alaska's most fetching scenery. Nestled at the foot of Mt. Juneau in the Alaskan Panhandle, it faces the water from the mainland side of Gastineau Channel. Several magnificent fjords are located along the channel coast and the majestic Mendenhall Glacier, a favorite of visitors, is nearby. Ship will arrive at 1 PM and will depart at 10 PM
  • Glacier Bay

    This is an ice heaven of tidewater glaciers, where humpback whales and orcas roam and ribbons of blue carve through a fjordland of astonishing beauty. These moving rivers of ice called glaciers confront you with their majesty and power that is almost physical. Ship will arrive at 7 AM and will depart at 4 PM.
  • Sitka, Alaska, US

    It's a little bit Russian, it's a little bit Tlingit. Once the home of the powerful Tlingit Indian nation, Sitka today is a combination of the best of Tlingit and Russian cultures, the Russians having arrived at the end of the 18th century. There are plenty of historic and modern sights to see, including Indian arts and crafts and Russian music and dance. Best of all, the water is still crystal-clear, and massive timberland forests remain pristine. Besides the interesting local tours and the Sitka dancers, if you have time, be sure to take a boat ride to the outer islands to see whales, otters, eagles and other wildlife. The fishing in the area is also excellent. Ship will arrive at 8 AM and depart from 5 PM.
  • Ketchikan

    "Spread wings of a prostrate eagle." As any Ketchikanian will tell you, his is the meaning of their town's name. It comes from the eagle-wing sppearance of water flowing over an unusual rock formation which can be seen in the Ketchikan Creek. To own originated as an Indian fish saltery and grew to become the largest salmon-canning center in the world. The real growth came with the gold rush of 1898, when the town served as a supply center for wourld-be millionaires. of the town's colorful past is still in evidence, especially at the Indian villages, which are renowned for their colorfully carved totem poles and fascinating legends. Ship will arrive at 7 AM and will depart at 1 PM.
  • Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

    British, and darn proud of it. The shops are stocked with Harris tweeds, Irish linens and Scottish woollens. The locals play croquet, double-decker buses wend their way through the well-kept streets, and afternoon tea is served daily at the Empress Hotel. In fact, genteel Victoria, British Columbia so closely resembles an English seaside town that it almost seems out of place among the majestic snow manteled mountains and cedar forests that surround it. This juxtaposition, of course, only adds to its charm. Ship will arrive at 6 PM and will depart at 10 PM.
  • Seattle, Washington, USA

    Ship will arrive at the port at 7 AM. By this time you would have enjoyed the cruise holiday fully and you will be ready to Goodbye the fellow friends.