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Cruise to Alaska from Los Angeles

Alaska cruises from Los Angeles are a new thing, so there aren't many. Only a few round-trip cruises are available. See the departure calendar below.

Alaska is an extremely popular cruise destination because a ship is the best way to visit the isolated towns and see glaciers. The wildlife and local culture are big attractions. Splurging on a balcony cabin is highly recommended because the Alaska scenery is spectacular.

What is there to do on an Alaskan cruise? Popular shore excursions include dogsled rides, helicopters to glaciers, trains to the Yukon, river floats, panning for gold, fishing expeditions, float-plane rides, seafood feasts, hikes and Jeep safaris. Plan ahead to make the most of each port of call.

Alaska Cruises from LA 2018

12-day cruise to Alaska on Princess Cruises. Round-trip from Los Angeles to Vancouver (Canada), Juneau (Alaska), Skagway (Alaska), Glacier Bay and Ketchikan (Alaska).
• 2018 departure: April 27.

14-day cruise to Alaska on Carnival Cruises. Round-trip from Los Angeles to Ketchikan (Alaska), Icy Strait Point (Alaska), Skagway (Alaska), Hubbard Glacier, Juneau (Alaska), Sitka (Alaska) and Victoria (Canada).
• 2018 departure: August 25.

12-day cruise to Alaska on Princess Cruises. Round-trip from Los Angeles to Ketchikan (Alaska), Glacier Bay, Skagway (Alaska), Juneau (Alaska) and Victoria (Canada).
• 2018 departure: September 11.

12-day cruise to Alaska on Princess Cruises. Round-trip from Los Angeles to Ketchikan (Alaska), Juneau (Alaska), Skagway (Alaska), Glacier Bay and Victoria (British Columbia).
• 2018 departure: September 15.

Have fun. Explore the world. Take an Alaskan cruise out of LA.

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