Alaska's Holkham Bay Glacier from Seattle, 1 July 2020 (13 nights)

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Ship:
Norwegian Sun
Line:
Norwegian Cruise Line
Departure:
Seattle
Depart Date:
1st July 2020
Duration:
13 nights | View itinerary
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Cruise Type:
Fly Cruise

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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Fly from the UK
1 Hotel Accommodation
2 Seattle
Seattle
When you think Alaskan Cruises, one port city comes to mind, SEATTLE!!! Seattle offers more cruises to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska than any other port. From here the Alaskan Cruises run from early May till late-September, with ports of call in eciting destinations such as Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, Skagway, Tracey Arm, and Prince Rupert.
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3 At Sea
4 Sitka AM PM
5 At Sea
6 Icy Strait Point
Icy Strait Point
The Icy Strait is a strait in the Alexander Archipelago in southeastern Alaska. The strait separates Chichagof Island to the south and the Alaska mainland to the north. The strait is 64 km (40 miles) from its west side at the intersection of the Cross Sound and Glacier Bay to its east side at Chatham Strait and the Lynn Canal. The two largest islands in the strait are Pleasant Island and Lemesurier Island.
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7 Hubbard Glacier - Cruising
8 Skagway
Skagway
For an insight into Alaskan history and culture, follow in the footsteps of gold rushers through the ‘gateway to the Klondike’.
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9 Juneau
Juneau
For supreme glacier viewing at the Mendenhall Glacier, with the imposing backdrop of Mt. Juneau.
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10 Holkham Bay Glacier
11 Ketchikan
Ketchikan
For the Totem Heritage centre, where you can find the largest collection of Totem poles in the world.
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12 Victoria
Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia is full of life! Victoria has the mildest climate in Canada with gardens blooming year-round. The wild beauty of the Pacific coast and the adventure of the great outdoors are within the city limits and ocean and mountain vistas will follow you wherever you go.
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13 Seattle
Seattle
When you think Alaskan Cruises, one port city comes to mind, SEATTLE!!! Seattle offers more cruises to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska than any other port. From here the Alaskan Cruises run from early May till late-September, with ports of call in eciting destinations such as Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, Skagway, Tracey Arm, and Prince Rupert.
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13-14 Fly to the UK

Cabins on the Norwegian Sun

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Customer reviews for Norwegian Sun

  • Norwegian Sun
  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • 18 Apr 2017

We were on a cruise to South America starting on the 9th. March, 17, visiting Chile, Falkland Islands and Argentina. Before the cruise, we stayed 3 nights in Santiago, in Santa Lucia District. Its in a Local residential area, full of hotels, bars and restaurants. Its very near the main shopping malls and the place where we stayed in, was quiet at night. We had booked TUR BUS on line before departure from UK and on the day of sailing we took a taxi from Santiago to Valparaiso for the bus to the port. The bus stops well away from the ship port and you have to take a taxi to the port. It costs us$12 in total and worth it.While waiting to check in at the port for ship embarkation, there was no announcement that the ship could not come to the port because the berth was taken up by a cargo ship. After waiting for over three hours, we finally boarded the ship. We have been sailing with NCL over a number of years and have visited almost all the ports of call in USA, Canada and Europe. We have been on this ship before but the facilities have been run down to cut cost. The quality of food did not vary from day to day, the entertainment on the ship was worst than before, there was no parties on the pool deck when on sea or Barbecues as before. Although the staff in general were quite helpful and courteous but watch out for the security check when disemarking at ports. Securitykept on telling the customers to put their DINEROS(loose change) in the small tray she was handing out. When customers put their money in the tray, she said its all right, don't worry about it and she had problems with customers who found it hard to understand why is she saying one thing and then saying don't worry about it. I wanted to go out to the port and handed in my card. She swiped the card and as I was about to go she said wait and after couple of minutes, said you can go. When I asked her for my card, she said that the tender is coming and I have to wait. You can see the problem she has caused and its the customer who is blamed for everything and not the staff. Otherwise the cruise was fantastic and the weather was excellent going round the Cape Horn and very sunny and virtually no wind in Port Stanley. The NCL Sun is more likely to be replaced by NEW ship BLISS but its time for NCL to look at the behavior of their staff towards their customers.We definitely would not sail on NCL Sun again because of poor management, lack of entertainment, which is the worst I have seen on any of the NCL line, the cruise director laughs at his own jokes and does not think outside the box. Its time for NCL to either train their staff to be customer friendly or fire them, get another cruise director and entertainment staff and variety of performers and not the same old performers on the ship coming two or three times doing the same things.

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  • Norwegian Sun
  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • 20 Jan 2015

BA flight to Tampa 4/10 Tampa Hotel 7/10 This was our first 'normal' cruise previously done Star Clipper x 2. The advice and suggestion from Saam was spot on, the ship was the right size for us, we saw the Epic in port and that really is too big! The experience was very enjoyable and I have no major complaints. The ship is 14 years old and showing a bit of 'wear and tear'. The main buffet area is OK but like a motor service area, however the food was good and lots of choice, the 'free style' dining definitely worked for us. The speciality restuarants were very good, we tried French, Brazilian and Tepanyaki. The two main restuarants Seven Seas and Four Seasons were generally good, service was great, food was average. Our cabin was great and service A1. The onboard facilities were good, we always got a sun bed and pleanty of room on the decks. The spa was pricey and not good value, sales pitch is quite heavy and it is easy to be 'confused' with the costs. The shows ,jersey Boys & We will Rock You' were amazing, as good as West End shows. The bar service was hit and miss, often slow and not as customer service focused as other services, maybe because they are not on the tip rota? The wifi was very expensive.

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  • Norwegian Sun
  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • 20 Aug 2010

We are frequent cruisers and have travelled with a variety of companies including NCL on Pearl. The Norwegian Pearl departed from Dover and embarkation and disembarkation was the most efficient we have encountered. It was efficient and speedy and our cases arrived in the cabin quite early enabling us to change for dinner. The Staff were friendly and helpful and our cabin was a good size and well equipped. The ship was rather tired in decor and limited in facilities. We struggled to find things to do in the day as we are not avid bingo fans. Three shows were performed and these were very good as well as some independent entertainers, but there just wasn't enough and after 10pm again we were bored. Tours were fairly expensive, but the ones we went on in Russia were of a good standard with excellent guides. The daily newspaper gave no information to cater for the independent traveller and just wanted every passenger to take their tours. There were no shuttle buses laid on and no suggestions as to how to travel on your own in cities. As it was there were always plenty of means of travel Food on board was just average, but we did pay a $50 dollar cover charge for a good meal in a separate restaurant. All drinks have 17% added and a daily tip per person is added to your account. I do not feel we would use this ship again.

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