Norwegian Bliss, Alaska Dawes Glacier from Seattle, July 1, 2023

7-day cruise to Sitka, Juneau, Dawes Glacier, Icy Strait, Ketchikan, Victoria with NCL

7-day cruise to Sitka, Juneau, Dawes Glacier, Icy Strait, Ketchikan, VictoriaCruising from: Seattle, Washington;
Departure Date: July 1, 2023;
Duration: 7-day cruise;
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line;
Cruise Ship: Norwegian Bliss;
Ports of Call: Seattle, Sitka, Juneau/Dawes Glacier, Icy Strait, Ketchikan, Victoria, Seattle;

Experience the journey of a lifetime when you cruise with Norwegian Bliss

Day 0

Seattle, Washington

With two centrally-located cruise terminals and easy airport connections, Seattle has become America’s premier cruise port both before and after trip. Often known as “The Emerald City,” Seattle is a vibrant metropolis that serves as a gateway to the region’s stunning natural wonders. The Seattle[…]

Day 1 – At Sea cruising

Experience the relaxed ambience onboard Norwegian Bliss attentive service from a friendly staff that knows what hospitality means, you’ll find your Norwegian Bliss ship truly is your home away from home.

Day 2

Sitka, Alaska

From May through September, Sitka serves as a popular stop for cruise ships traveling the Inside Passage. Huge cruise ships dock at sea, and smaller boats take people to the Crescent Harbor Lightering Facility or the O’Connell Bridge Lightering Facility. Sitka is one of the[…]

Day 3

Juneau, Alaska

Juneau, often described as America’s most unusual state capital, is the only center of U.S. government with no roads leading into or out of town. The city is surrounded by nature, namely towering mountains and the waters of Gastineau Channel. The modern city of Juneau is[…]

Day 3

Cruising Endicott Arm & Dawes Glacier, Alaska

Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness consists of two deep and narrow fjords: Tracy Arm and Endicott Arm. One quarter of both fjords’ areas are covered in ice, and they’re both longer than 30 miles. There is a lot of ice floating around in the fjords during[…]

Day 4

Cruising to Icy Strait Point, Alaska

Just outside the small village of Hoonah, which has Alaska’s largest native Tlingit Indian population, is the privately owned port of adventure known as Icy Strait Point. It’s named after the neighboring Icy Strait, and you’ll find it on Chichagof Island. Tlingit Indians have lived[…]

Day 5

Ketchikan, Alaska

Due to its position at the southern end of the Inside Passage, Ketchikan is often referred to as Alaska’s “first city.” Ketchikan welcomes tourists from all around the world during the summer. It’s the starting point for most cruises to Alaska and the first place many[…]

Day 6

Cruising to Victoria, British Columbia

The capital of British Columbia, Victoria, is occasionally used as a cruise port during the Alaska cruise season. This is especially true at the beginning and conclusion of the season, when cruise companies offer special itineraries as they relocate their ships from the south to[…]

Day 7

Seattle tourist attractions

It doesn’t get much better than setting sail from Seattle. Due to the abundance of attractions, you should set aside as much time as possible to experience it all. Here, though, are some suggestions for making the most of your time on dry land in[…]

Enjoy a seven-night Alaska Alaska Dawes Glacier roundtrip cruise from Seattle through the beautiful Endicott Arm, exploring fjords, glacial valleys, and untouched wilderness with Norwegian Cruise Line. Discover Sitka, Juneau, Dawes Glacier, Icy Strait, Ketchikan and Victoria with NCL’ cruise ship Norwegian Bliss. Norwegian Bliss leaving Seattle for 7 nights from July 1, 2023. 

Port order and/or content may vary, please check specific sailing date for details at official cruise line website. Port arrival and departure times are approximate and subject to change without notice. For more information please visit the official cruise line website.