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Sunday, July 23rd
Sail from beautiful Seattle, WA at 4pm (boarding is from noon to 3pm). Join us poolside for the sail away festivities and meet lots of other fun-loving singles!
Monday, July 24th
A day at sea. Join in all the exciting singles activities with your Vacations To Go host.
Tuesday, July 25th
From 6:30am to 3pm visit charming Ketchikan, AK. The rustic city of Ketchikan has been called the totem pole capital of the world. Tours show off the city's streets, restored from the pioneer days; the harbor's salmon canneries; and the world's oldest collection of totem poles at the Totem Heritage Center. Sportfishing, kayaking, hiking, bear watching and Misty Fjords seaplane excursions are also popular.
Wednesday, July 26th
From 6am to 10am, cruise Tracy Arm (Twin Sawyer Glaciers), AK. Secluded in the Tongass National Forest, Tracy Arm boasts some of the most spectacular views in North America. At the head of the fjord, you will observe dramatic views of the twin Sawyer Glaciers, which are surrounded by towering mountains that rise over 7,000 feet over the blue water. You will also see waterfalls and tidewater glaciers along the way and you may even catch a glimpse of the wildlife that calls this area home: the great bald eagle, seals relaxing on the icebergs and if you are lucky, a bear or mountain goat.
Wednesday, July 26th
From 12:30pm to 10pm experience Juneau, AK. Alaska's capital city of Juneau is a dramatic sight with a backdrop of lush green mountains. Visitors here can drive, float, paddle or take a helicopter to the monumental Mendenhall Glacier. Other popular excursions include cruising along the straits and sounds of the Tongass National Forest, prospecting for gold at the original site of gold discovery or visiting the Alaska State Museum and the Alaska Brewing Company.
Thursday, July 27th
From 6am to 5pm, discover Skagway, AK. As the northernmost point of the Inside Passage, the town reflects its mining past in the false-front buildings and gold rush relics. Tourists can experience the majesty of White Pass summit and the Yukon territory aboard the railway, paddle to Glacier Bay and Chilkoot Bald Eagle Preserve, get a close-up view of the natural beauty on a wilderness safari, soar over glaciers on a helicopter tour or, for those who catch the fever, pan for gold.
Friday, July 28th
A day at sea. Join in all the exciting singles activities with your Vacations To Go host.
Saturday, July 29th
From 7pm to midnight, enjoy Victoria, BC, Canada. Victoria revels in its English essence at the southernmost tip of Vancouver Island. Afternoon teas, double-decker buses and English inns, gardens and pubs are common in this capital city. The most popular attraction is the world-famous Butchart Gardens, flaunting 50 acres of floral magnificence. Other must-sees include the historic Empress Hotel, the Scottish-style Craigdarroch Castle and the Royal British Columbia Museum, where tourists will find a reconstruction of a turn-of-the-century street.
Sunday, July 30th
At 7am, the Emerald Princess returns to Seattle, WA. Be sure to gather those phone numbers to keep in touch with your new lifelong friends, and don't forget to plan ahead for your next cruise with Vacations To Go!

Our prices include the following:
  • Organized singles activities with our singles hosts
  • Private singles cocktail parties/mixers (with complimentary cocktails)
  • Single-mingle dining
  • All meals and non-alcoholic, non-carbonated beverages
  • Lavish buffets and complimentary room service
  • Nightly Vegas-style shows and comedy routines
  • Dancing nightly
  • Live music nightly on deck and in clubs and lounges
  • Access to the Lotus Spa and Fitness Center
  • Port charges and taxes

Options not included in the prices:
  • Airfare to Seattle - available on request
  • Travel insurance is highly recommended to protect against unexpected events. You may purchase insurance up to 48 hours before departure. Click here to read more about your insurance options.
Alaska singles cruise departs
July 23rd from Seattle

Princess's Emerald Princess

Emerald Princess is a large ship in the Princess fleet. She offers nearly 900 balcony staterooms from which to take in each vibrant horizon, or capture a breathtaking sail-in to a romantic city like Venice. Relax and enjoy the street performers in the Italian-inspired Piazza or lose yourself in a lounger at Movies Under the Stars.® The 24-hour International Café and award-winning Vines Wine Bar fulfill your cravings for fresh desserts, toasted paninis, and more. Discover cuisine and activities that bring the colors, cultures and flavors on board, and come back with new perspectives, new friends, and incredible memories.

Ports Visited

Juneau, AK

Alaska's capital city of Juneau is a dramatic sight with a backdrop of lush green mountains. Visitors here can drive, float, paddle or take a helicopter to the monumental Mendenhall Glacier. Other popular excursions include cruising along the straits and sounds of the Tongass National Forest, prospecting for gold at the original site of gold discovery or visiting the Alaska State Museum and the Alaska Brewing Company.

Ketchikan, AK

A traveler's first view of this Inside Passage port town may be of a boat-filled harbor enveloped in snowcapped mountains. The rustic city of Ketchikan has been called the totem pole capital of the world. Tours show off the city's streets, restored from the pioneer days; the harbor's salmon canneries; and the world's oldest collection of totem poles at the Totem Heritage Center. Sportfishing, kayaking, hiking, bear watching and Misty Fjords seaplane excursions are also popular.

Skagway, AK

As the northernmost point of the Inside Passage, the town reflects its mining past in the false-front buildings and gold rush relics. Tourists can experience the majesty of White Pass summit and the Yukon territory aboard the railway, paddle to Glacier Bay and Chilkoot Bald Eagle Preserve, get a close-up view of the natural beauty on a wilderness safari, soar over glaciers on a helicopter tour or, for those who catch the fever, pan for gold.

Victoria, BC, Canada

Victoria revels in its English essence at the southernmost tip of Vancouver Island. Afternoon teas, double-decker buses and English inns, gardens and pubs are common in this capital city. The most popular attraction is the world-famous Butchart Gardens, flaunting 50 acres of floral magnificence. Other must-sees include the historic Empress Hotel, the Scottish-style Craigdarroch Castle and the Royal British Columbia Museum, where tourists will find a reconstruction of a turn-of-the-century street.

Seattle, WA

Cruises from Seattle depart from spring through fall.

The bustling Washington port known as the "The Emerald City" is both a culturally rich metropolis and a gateway to beautiful natural attractions. In the shadows of the widely recognized Space Needle, the Seattle Center is home to the city's sports arena and many museums and theaters. The lively Pike Place Market and the mammoth "Hammering Man" sculpture are downtown must-sees. Visitors also flock to the waterfront for fresh seafood, the Harbor Steps park or to board a ferry bound for Puget Sound. Seattle is served by both the Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal and Terminal 91.

Tracy Arm (Twin Sawyer Glaciers), AK

Secluded in the Tongass National Forest, Tracy Arm boasts some of the most spectacular views in North America. At the head of the fjord, you will observe dramatic views of the twin Sawyer Glaciers, which are surrounded by towering mountains that rise over 7,000 feet over the blue water. You will also see waterfalls and tidewater glaciers along the way and you may even catch a glimpse of the wildlife that calls this area home: the great bald eagle, seals relaxing on the icebergs and if you are lucky, a bear or mountain goat.