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Cruise From Vancouver



Cruise Ship at Canada Place Vancouver

Take a cruise from Vancouver to Alaska . Over 100,000 of people come to Vancouver every year to take an Alaska cruise from Vancouver during the season which usually runs from May to the second or third week of September.

Besides Vancouver being the host of Winter 2010 and being constantly vote in the top 10 places to live in the world (we think it is #1) and with all the natural beauty of our mountains and parks like Stanley Park and many other things to do while they are here that many go home after their trip and think about moving to Vancouver.

Cruise To Alaska From Vancouver

The trip is usually 10 days as the ships make their way up the “inside passage” between Vancouver and Vancouver Island then up into the Queen Charlotte Islands and finally reaching Alaska.

The voyages have become so popular that many other cities have become ports of call along the way such as Victoria and Nanaimo which are both on Vancouver Island and there is another port being built on the northern tip of the island in a town called Campbell River and they will also host day long wilderness trips complete with Native Indian guides.

Cruise From Seattle To Vancouver

Taking a cruise to Vancouver from Seattle or Victoria can be a great way to spend some time away from the noise of city life when you need a break and a stroll in Stanley Park or walking the seawall and a drive to Whistler along the Sea to Sky Highway just won’t do the trick.

Seattle To Vancouver Cruise

This trip is becoming very popular not just for people from Seattle and Vancouver but also from all over the world.

Cruise Ship at Canada Place Vancouver

Unless you are taking the ferry from Seattle to Vancouver there are also cruises to Vancouver from Seattle at the beginning of the cruise ship Alaska cruise season as the ships return once again from their Southern routes up the West Coast to the port of Vancouver at the beginning of the season and there is also a short cruise at the end of their Alaska season back down the West Coast.

Most of the people come to the city by air and land at the Vancouver airport and get a shuttle bus to the ship terminal and usually have a few hours on either end of their trip to visit some of the sights to see like Gastown, English Bay and may even see one of the movies filming in Vancouver if they are on location.

And let’s not forget about doing some shopping in the city! If you have the time, reserve a room at one of the Vancouver hotels and spend a few extra days in the city after your cruise, you won’t regret it!



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