Cruise fans looking for the ultimate in adventure in the next year may want to consider heading to Alaska through a trip from Royal Caribbean Cruises
The liner has announced that it will travel to the location for the 22nd consecutive season and will provide interested parties with 34 voyages to choose from in 2011.
Six of the itinerates will take place on board the Radiance of the Seas
and Rhapsody of the Seas
ships, with passengers able to combine different transport methods to see all that Alaska has to offer.
Betsy O'Rourke, senior vice president of marketing at Royal Caribbean International, said: "Royal Caribbean's 2011 Alaska cruises
and cruisetours offer vacationers a variety of ways to take in Alaska's grandeur, including by ship, motorcoach, train and even plane.
"Multigenerational family vacationers and adventurers of all ages will find opportunities for their own 'Why Not?' moments. Throughout, guests will enjoy the world-renowned Royal treatment delivered by our friendly and engaging staff and crew."
Bookings can already be made, with some of the highlights that can be expected including the chance to spot grizzly bear and caribou in a national park and a tramway excursion 2,300 above the valley of Alyeska.
Adventure can also be experienced by passengers staying on the Radiance of the Seas ship, as it features its own rock climbing wall, alongside a basketball court, shuffleboard and a fitness centre.
Written by Chris Smith