Day Date Port Arrive Depart
Friday 8/15/2014 Seattle, Washington   5:00 pm
Saturday 8/16/2014 At Sea    
Sunday 8/17/2014 Ketchikan, Alaska 7:00 am 4:00 pm
Monday 8/18/2014 Cruising Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska 6:00 am 10:00 am
Monday 8/18/2014 Juneau, Alaska 1:30 pm 10:00 pm
Tuesday 8/19/2014 Skagway, Alaska 7:00 am 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8/20/2014 At Sea    
Thursday 8/21/2014 Victoria, BC. Canada 6:00 pm 11:59 pm
Friday 8/22/2014 Seattle, Washington 7:00 am  

Seattle, Washington

The Emerald City of the Pacific Northwest, this city’s stately skyline sparkles against a backdrop of inland seas and snowcapped mountains. Shop glittering downtown, the bustling Farmers’ Market, historic Pioneer Square, or see it all from the top of the Space Needle.

Ketchikan, Alaska

This waterfront town built on trestles, docks and pilings looks like it has been plucked from a storybook about frontier life. Explore historic Creek Street, now a covey of contemporary art galleries and quaint boutiques. Meet the spirits of the raven, whale and eagle as you view the largest collection of totems in the world at Totem Bight Park.

Scenic Cruising Tracy Arm, Alaska

This narrow, 26-mile-long fjord is another of Alaska's most dramatic glacier settings. The lush forest recedes to reveal a stunning canyon of bare rock. The panorama of 7,000-foot mountain peaks and nearly vertical rock cliffs is astounding. Waterfalls are plentiful and icebergs make their way to the sea in all sorts of wondrous shapes. And tucked away at the end of this remarkable waterway are two very active reminders of the Ice Age - the twin Sawyer Glaciers. Mountain goats and seals are a common sight, and even whales and bears may make an appearance in this magical place..

Juneau, Alaska

When a drifter named Joe Juneau picked up the first Alaska gold nugget out of Gold Creek in 1880, he could hardly imagine that his name would be affixed to a state capital. Fronting on the blue waters of the Gastineau Channel and surrounded by the stunning backdrop of Mt. Juneau and the Tongass National Forest wilderness, its visual drama never fails to stir visitors. Visit the stately Governor’s Mansion, saunter through the swinging doors of the Red Dog Saloon, or sightsee the mighty Mendenhall Glacier, just outside town.

Skagway, Alaska

Skagway was known to thousands of hopeful gold rushers as the gateway to the gold fields. During the late 1800’s people were drawn to the town's hotels, saloons, dance halls and gambling houses. But when the gold yield dwindled in 1900, so did the population of Skagway. This unique town retains the flavor of the gold rush era, especially on Broadway, with its false-front buildings, and its famed museum, with its outstanding collection of memorabilia. Some of the special group tours offered in this port include the White Pass and Yukon Train, horseback riding, golf, and the notorious brothel.

Victoria, British Columbia

Victoria is known as “The City of Gardens” and is the most English city outside of England, featuring a beautiful harbor, historic museums, and the world-famous Butchart Gardens. The city's British colonial heritage is still very much in evidence, but contemporary Victoria has a distinctly Pacific northwest flavor. Victoria's unique character is deeply rooted in its 150-year history -- a history full of colorful people and fascinating tales.

Rates based on Double Occupancy (per person, in US Dollars)


Inside Stateroom Categories (183 - 200 Sq. Ft. )




Features sitting area with sofa, 32" LCD TV, and vanity




Outside Ocean View Stateroom Categories (177 Sq. Ft.)         


Features window, sitting area with sofa, 32" LCD TV, and vanity


Deluxe Ocean View w/Private Balcony (194 Sq. Ft. Stateroom, 54 Sq. Ft. Balcony)




Features floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area with sofa, mini-refrigerator, 32" LCD TV, and vanity




Concierge Class w/ Private Balcony (194 Sq. Ft. Stateroom, 54 Sq. Ft. Balcony)



Features floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area with sofa, mini-refrigerator, 32" LCD TV, and vanity, with extra concierge amenities



Sky Suite w/Private Balcony  (300 Sq. Ft. Suite, 79 Sq. Ft. Balcony):



Features floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, living room with queen sofa sleeper, 40" LCD TV, shower/tub combination, and vanity



Additional Costs 

Port Charges and Taxes:  $439.99 per person (may be subject to change)

Pre-Paid Gratuities
Non-Suites (Cat. 11, 10, 9, 8, 2B, 2A, 1C,) - $84.00 per person
Concierge Class (Cat. C3, C2) - $87.50 per person
Full Suite (Cat. S2, S1) - $108.50 per person
Celebrity requires that all passengers in the group pre-pay gratuities at final payment.

3rd and 4th Passenger Rates when sharing with two full paying guests (workshop included)
All non-suite cabin categories – $1,294 per person • Suites (Cat. S2, S1) - $1,544 per person

Children Rates as 3rd or 4th passengers when sharing with two adults
All non-suite cabin categories –$464 per person
Suite categories – $714 per person
(no workshop included)

Prices do not include airfare

All domestic flights into Seattle, should arrive by 1:00 pm on August 15, 2014

On August 22, 2014,
Seattle departures should leave after 12 noon

Information on an optional travel insurance program will be included with your confirmation after registering.
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Deposits Required
$500 per person is required to secure your cruise reservation
based on non-suite categories
Full suite deposits are $1,000 per suite.

Balance due on June 2, 2014

All participants must make their cruise reservations through
Life Journeys / Worldview Travel.

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