American Constellation Alaska Cruise

American Cruise Lines | Southeast Alaska Cruise

Witness the awe-inspiring wildlife and scenery of Alaska from the comfort of your private stateroom balcony. Enjoy complimentary shore excursions at every port, making for a truly all-inclusive experience. Learn about Juneau’s colorful history and admire the wonders of nature as you view the majestic Mendenhall Glacier. Visit the Gold Rush town of Skagway, known as “The Gateway to the Yukon,” before arriving in Haines, where bald eagles soar high for all to enjoy. Cruise under Tracy Arm’s 1,500-foot-high vertical cliffs and be amazed by the beauty and grandeur as you enjoy a warm beverage from our Hot Chocolate Bar on the ship’s sun deck.
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Cruise Information: Southeast Alaska

Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska

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Cruise Itinerary: Southeast Alaska

Cruise Day Cruise Port Description
Pre Juneau Complimentary Pre-Cruise Hotel Stay in Juneau
Day 1 Juneau, AK / Mendenhall Glacier Arrive a day before your cruise begins to maximize your time exploring Juneau and viewing the breathtaking Mendenhall Glacier, one of the most beautiful glaciers in North America. Downtown, enjoy Juneau’s unique shops and native heritage sites. Forested islands, quiet coves, and rugged coastal mountain ranges greet you as soon as you leave the dock.
Day 2 Petersburg Petersburg Dock Walk - Complimentary Excursion, Signature Fishing Charter, The Clausen Museum - Complimentary Excursion
Day 3 Cruising through Tracy Arm and Sawyer Glacier Fifty miles southeast of Juneau is Tracy Arm, a long, narrow fjord leading to the mile-wide South Sawyer Glacier. Witness seals lounging on small ice floes, as you sail under the 1,500-foot-high vertical cliffs of Tracy Arm surrounded by the magnificent sight of hundreds of waterfalls cascading down its towering sides.
Day 4 Glacier Bay Covering 3.3 million acres of dynamic topography, Glacier Bay is the world’s largest biosphere, comprised of massive glaciers, temperate rainforest, and snow-capped mountain peaks. American Cruise Lines is one of a few cruise lines allowed privileged access into this natural wonder. From the comfort of your private balcony, witness the native wildlife and more.
Day 5 Cruising the Inside Passage & Frederick Sound Spend the day cruising the Frederick Sound and Inside Passage. Surrounded by majestic snow-covered mountains, the glacier-fed waters of the Frederick Sound are abundant with krill and herring, making it one of the world’s premier locations to observe humpback whales. Thousands migrate here to feed on the super nutrient-rich waters, as do orcas, sea lions, porpoise, and harbor seals. Along the shoreline, you may also spot black and brown bears as well as Sitka black-tailed deer.
Day 6 Icy Straight Point This breathtaking Alaska port serves as a place for various tours, featuring a restored salmon cannery and trails.
Day 7 Haines Bald eagles are among the most populous of over 260 species of birds in Chilkat Valley. An onboard expert and a local guide will take you through the valley describing the different species along the way. Take advantage of the variety of activities available in Haines, including a guided wildlife expedition or a private kayaking tour on Chilkoot Lake.
Day 8 Juneau Last day in Juneau.

American Cruise Lines Alaska Highlights

  • Complimentary Pre-Cruise Hotel Stay (Juneau Departures)
  • Featured Shore Excursions
  • Onboard enrichment programs including daily lectures and evening entertainment
  • Cocktail hour every evening and beverage package
  • Gratuities
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