Alaska

Alaska is located northwest of Washington State, and west of Canada's Yukon. At its southernmost, Alaska is just an hour and a half by jet from Seattle, the closest major airport outside the state. Alaska is a regular destination to big ships and smaller yachts alike. But these fleets do not share the same cruising areas. Boarding a small cruising ship, a yacht or a bareboat will offer the opportunity to whale watching and observation of Alaskan wildlife, or discover a number of glaciers. Kayaking is one of the most popular activities for passengers aboard smaller yachts and cruises. Alaska kayaking is different from kayaking anywhere else in the world. The dramatic scenes which comprise the marine wilderness of Southeastern Alaska are explored in no better way than by kayak. Kayaking allows various excursions to land are also a snap. Alaska wildlife viewing is another popular theme of cruises. The diverse collection of wildlife that can be found here is exceptionally abundant and visible. Passengers are likely to see whales, moose, sea otters, sea lions, bears, and eagles. There are thousands of species of plant and animal life in Alaska, many of which are most easily accessed by way of small boat. Fishing is one of the most popular adventure cruise activity. Each years anglers from every corner of the globe make their way to Alaska to try their hand at some of the most highly revered and sought-after fish in the world. All of our cruises offer numerous fishing opportunities, suitable for fishermen of all ages and abilities. On board a small ship or yacht one can hit many different glaciers in a very short time. Photography opportunities on glacier cruises are breathtaking. Seeing the massive power of calving glaciers is simply amazing. Alaska glacier cruises are very popular and a guarantee for some spectacular scenes Find out more on: http://www.travelalaska.com/
Kayaking along the glacier
A comfortable motoryacht moored in front of a waterfall
Wild life is to be experienced in Alaska

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