All taxes are included in the price and include meals, entertainment, light meals and accommodation on a 5-star ship.

If you’ve ever wanted to try a cruise, visit Alaska, or spend a scenic vacation outside British Columbia without driving or flying, now’s your chance.

Princess Cruises offers discounts on many of its spring and summer itineraries on several voyage deals, including Vancouver.

During February Vancouver is great Share a deal For the Alaska sampler voyage leaving Vancouver on May 4th and visiting Ketchikan, Alaska on May 6th. The cruise will disembark in Seattle, Washington on Sunday, May. 8; It will be the sea for 2 days on the boat.

Many cruises to Alaska cost more than $ 1,500 per person, but for a two-person interior cabin, the four-day voyage cost per person includes all taxes when the story is published. It was C $ 613.50 including fees.

But now the price of the cruise has dropped to almost half, and the sum of the two will cost C $ 777.52, including all taxes and fees. In other words, the total cost per person is currently only $ 388.76.

The cost includes not only transportation on a beautiful 5-star ship, but also food, entertainment, light meals and accommodation. The only thing it doesn’t take into account is alcohol, but you may choose to buy a drink package that can reduce the cost of your spending.

Photo via Princess Cruises

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Photo via Princess Cruises

The ship is a 5-star Discovery Princess, offering 4 swimming pools, a live theater, mini golf, famous spa treatments, movies under the stars, basketball courts, jogging tracks and more.

Guests can view 36 different things Excursion You can enjoy it in Ketchikan when you visit the harbor during your cruise. These include Eagle Islands Sea Kayaking Tour, Great Alaska Lumberjack Show, Exclusive Coastal Cruise with Ocean Two Table Tasting and Oyster Farm.

You can book your cruise and find more information on Princess Cruises online..

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