September 16 – September 23, 2012
7-day & 7-night Alaska cruise on the NCL Pearl.
From traditional fine-dining to endless buffets with custom-order action stations, there is a smorgasbord of delicious options included in your cruise fare.
You will never lack for entertainment with the Second City® comedy troupe and Broadway-style shows in the evening.
There’s no need to miss your workouts while on board when you can take advantage of the ship’s state-of-the-art fitness center.
Can you imagine playing Nintendo Wii™ on a 2-story screen?
Feeling adventurous? How about a go on the climbing wall?
With a kids’ center and teen discos, the kids and teens haven’t been left out either.
Requires a valid passport.
Gratuities not included, average $11.50 per day.
The member who booked the DreamTrip will be emailed an e
Folder containing destination details 2 weeks prior to travel.
If a hosted DreamTrip, a welcome check-In on the day of arrival and Meet & Greet party, will be provided to the members and their guests.
If flying in, you must book your own air. We recommend flying into Seattle (SEA) out of Vancouver (YVR).
There’s no better way for you and your family to see Alaska and the Inside Passage than on board the Norwegian Pearl. Start your Alaska cruise from Seattle and get ready for amazing views and wildlife like nowhere else. The first visit is cruising the Inside Passage, enjoy the scenery while soaking in the hot tub, sitting on your balcony, or on relaxing on the ship. Juneau has been called “Alaska’s peak experience,” certainly due in part to its glacier viewing from such places as Tracy Arm Fjord, the Juneau Icefields and Glacier Bay National Park. You are sure to see wild life and amazing views like Know where else, here in Juneau. Skagway is your next stop, enjoy Kayaking, whale watching or tour the historic downtown of the city of Gold. Located just 22 miles southeast of Glacier Bay National Park, Icy Strait Point offers travelers the chance to view wildlife like humpback whales, eagles, and brown bears, or to explore monuments to the region’s fishing heritage.
Known as the “Salmon Capital of the World,” Ketchikan is also the ancestral home of the Tlingit people, who have carved the world’s largest collection of totem poles. The name comes from the Tlingit phrase “katch kanna,” which roughly translated means “spread wings of a thundering eagle,” a tribute to the hundreds of eagles that nest in the mountain forests above this small outpost.Victoria know for its lush gardens, exotic flora, unusual topiary and exquisite fountains. You are sure to enjoy this dream cruise.