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Hear the call of het wild on this 11 day Alaskan adventure. Departing from Seattle’s misty shores, take in epic sights and sounds the likes of which you have never experienced before. Have your binoculars and cameras at the ready, as this is one state where the wildlife reigns supreme. Think orcas beaching before your eyes, bison as big as buses wandering down the road and so much birdlife overhead, it would be impossible not to be impressed.
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Roundtrip Seattle
Aug 29, 2021
Roundtrip Seattle
Aug 29, 2021 on board Silver Muse new ship
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Roundtrip Seattle Seattle to Seattle

01Seattle (Washington)
Seattle (Washington)

Seattle (Washington)

Seattle (Washington)

United States

Sun, August 29

Departure 19:00

Even if you think you know Seattle, Silversea guarantee that by your next visit, the city will have changed. Because that is the nature of Seattle, always marching unashamedly towards the future. This is the city that gave Silversea’s Starbucks, Nirvana and Fraser (plus numerous other celebrities from music legends to retail giants). It’s a city that knows how to surf the next wave with aplomb and grace. It is the city of the future. That is not to say that it doesn’t treat its past with respect. Settled by five pioneer families in 1851, the town quickly grew after the Northern Railway was extended to meet the coast in 1893. The Gold Rush of 1897 sealed the city as one of the great places on the west coast. The history of the city’s 100 Mercer girls – girls that were brought back by pioneer Asa Mercer who deemed the city had shortage of marriageable women – is just one of the quirky facts that makes the Seattle impossible not to love. Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington, yet there is a village vibe that is uncommon in metropolises. If you truly want to enjoy the unique hybrid of tradition and progression, then take a tour of Pike Place, Seattle’s famous farmer’s market. This was where the term “locavore” was coined, and local producer-customer meetings are not only commonplace, but are encouraged. Go hungry as the huge indoor market is laden with tasty options of food options, from fresh vegetables and fruit from to prepared food that can be eaten whilst enjoying a great view of the bay.

02Day at sea
Day at sea

Day at sea

Day at sea

International Waters

Mon, August 30

Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is going to the gym, visiting the spa, whale watching, catching up on your reading or simply topping up your tan, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.

03Day at sea
Day at sea

Day at sea

Day at sea

International Waters

Tue, August 31

Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is going to the gym, visiting the spa, whale watching, catching up on your reading or simply topping up your tan, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.

04Ketchikan, Alaska
Ketchikan, Alaska

Ketchikan, Alaska

Ketchikan, Alaska

United States
24 Excursions

Wed, September 1

08:00 – 16:00

The Salmon Capital of the World is a thrilling introduction to wild and wonderful Alaska, sitting at the southern gateway to the Inside Passage’s famed route of larger than life scenery. Cruise through the waters, or soar just above in a sightseeing plane, to take in the full majesty of the magnificent Misty Fjords National Monument. Home to grizzly and black bears – as well as cruising whales and swimming seals – the wildlife spotting opportunities in this majestic corner of the world are nothing short of spectacular. Towered over by steep banks and valley walls, Ketchikan’s ocean inlet is peppered with granite stacks, looming from the waters. Surrounded by glorious landscapes, head to the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary, which is alive with bald eagles, black bears and remarkable, thick, yellow banana slugs – the squeamish are advised to keep well clear. Visit Ketchikan’s Heritage Centre, where a collection of intricately carved totem poles rise up, preserving the heritage of the indigenous Tlingit and Haida people of these lands. Ketchikan has the world’s largest collection, and some of the oldest and most precious totems in existence. This frontier city hasn’t always been so wholesome, however. See the colourful historic street that is built on crooked stilts over Ketchikan Creek, which has a crude history as the main red-light district in the city. The brothels closed in the 1950s, but you can explore this legendarily seedy past at Dolly’s House – a brothel turned museum. See the Married Man trail, a historical route used to enter Creek Street away from prying eyes.

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24 Selected OPTIONAL Shore Excursions
Private Fishing & Wilderness Dining Code: KTN-001
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Saxman Native Village & City Tour Code: KTN-002
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Anan Creek Bear Watching Code: KTN-003
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Traitor`s Cove Bear Viewing Code: KTN-005
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Bonfire Bay Oyster Farm Code: KTN-007
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Ketchikan Photo Safari Code: KTN-010
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Misty Fjords Flightseeing Code: KTN-011
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Misty Fjords Flightseeing Code: KTN-012
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Misty Fjords Flightseeing Code: KTN-013
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show Code: KTN-A
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Ketchikan by Land & Sea Code: KTN-B
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Ketchikan Cultural Discovery Code: KTN-C
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Self Drive Zodiac Adventure Code: KTN-E
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Private Crabbing, Fishing & Exploration Code: KTN-H
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary Code: KTN-I
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Bear Country Wildlife Experience Code: KTN-J
Activity Level
Extensive
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Alaskan Lodge Adventure & Seafeast Code: KTN-L
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Rainforest Canopy & Zipline Adventure Code: KTN-P
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Fishing & Wilderness Dining Code: KTN-R
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Tatoosh Islands Sea Kayak Code: KTN-T
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Ketchikan Sportfishing Code: KTN-U
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Misty Fjords Flightseeing by Private Floatplane (10-seater) Code: KTN-X
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Misty Fjords Flightseeing by Private Floatplane (6-seater) Code: KTN-Y
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Wildlife Safari & Beach Bonfire Code: KTN-Z
Activity Level
Moderate
View
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The excursions are provided as a sample of what may be offered on this voyage and are subject to change.
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05Sitka (Alaska)
Sitka (Alaska)

Sitka (Alaska)

Sitka (Alaska)

United States
15 Excursions

Thu, September 2

08:00 – 16:00

A distant land of bears, wild landscapes and icy adventures, sail between glorious islands and witness the diverse wildlife of the Inside Passage. Eagles watch over the scenery overhead, while whales and sea lions add glorious weight to the animal life that thrives and thrashes in these icy seas. With a quintet of Pacific salmon species filling the rich rivers and waterways with life, settle back to enjoy the show, as Sitka’s immense setpieces play out before you. You might notice the onion-shaped dome atop St. Michael’s Church – a relic of the area’s Russian history. Sitka formed a part of the Russian Empire until a deal was struck in 1867, and the territory was sold to the United States, with the handover ceremony taking place here in Sitka. The native Tlingit culture is an important presence, and elaborate totem poles rocket up in Sitka National Historical Park. They mark the battleground of 1804, when the indigenous people clashed fiercely with the Russians. The snow-capped peak of the dormant volcano, Mount Edgecumbe, draws understandable comparisons with Mount Fuji’s symmetrical cone. Climb to thrilling heights, as you arrive on Kruzof Island, and enjoy richly spellbinding views of the scattered Pacific islands, while hiking. Whether you want to spend your time flying above snow-dusted mountain ridges, fishing for colossal King salmon, or savouring Northwest frontier cuisine in waterfront restaurants, there’s no shortage of ways to experience Sitka’s natural wonders.

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15 Selected OPTIONAL Shore Excursions
Best of Sitka Code: SIT-001
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Taste of Sitka Code: SIT-002
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Sitka Sound Kayaking with Private Guide Code: SIT-003
Activity Level
Extensive
View
Sitka Adventure by Private Catamaran Code: SIT-006
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Raptors and Ravens: Discovering Sitka Code: SIT-A
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Sea Otter & Wildlife Quest Code: SIT-B
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Sea Otters, Raptors & Bears Code: SIT-D
Activity Level
Moderate
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Ocean Raft Adventure Code: SIT-E
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Wilderness Sea Kayaking Adventure Code: SIT-G
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Tongass Rainforest Hike Code: SIT-I
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Sitka Bike & Hike Adventure Code: SIT-J
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
4×4 Nature Safari Adventure (Self-Driven) Code: SIT-K
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Remote Alaska Fly Fishing Code: SIT-O
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Back-Country Hiking Adventure Code: SIT-P
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Alaska Zodiac Adventure & Fin Island Lodge Code: SIT-Q
Activity Level
Moderate
View
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06Icy Strait Point, Alaska
Icy Strait Point, Alaska

Icy Strait Point, Alaska

Icy Strait Point, Alaska

United States
6 Excursions

Fri, September 3

08:00 – 18:00

If there is one word that sums up Alaska it is nature. Mile and miles of it. And Icy Strait Point – one of Alaska’s most unspoilt destinations has – nature in spades. To begin with, Icy Straight Point is stunningly beautiful. It is the Alaska of your imagination: eagles soaring overhead, whales breeching before your eyes. Moody, low-hanging clouds set the scene while velvety green mountains provide the backdrop. Sparklingly clear waters lap at pebbly shores. These are beaches of the adventure kind, you won’t find sun loungers and sombreros here, more like kayaks and canoes, ready for those who want to take their discovery off shore. The village prides itself on being home to “more brown bears than humans”, so expect immersive wilderness experiences, from ATV adventures to zip lining through a canopy of trees! Located on Chichagoff Island, 35 miles west of Juneau and right in the centre of Glacier Bay, Icy Strait Point began life as a salmon cannery business, providing employment for the residents of nearby Hoonah. The cannery has served the community in many ways, including proving housing for employees after a fire in 1944 destroyed many resident’s homes. It ceased to function entirely in 1999 and in 2001, the landing was repurposed as America’s only private cruise ship terminal. The Alaskan owned and operated terminal funnels all its profits back into the local environment and provides employment for around 85% of local residents, many of whom live in Alaska’s largest Native Tlingit village.

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6 Selected OPTIONAL Shore Excursions
ATV Expedition Code: ISP-B

Activity Level
Moderate
View
Halibut Fishing Code: ISP-C

Activity Level
Moderate
View
Spasski River Valley Wildlife & Bear Search Code: ISP-G

Activity Level
Moderate
View
Whale & Marine Mammals Cruise Code: ISP-H

Activity Level
Minimal
View
Whale, Wildlife & Bear Search Code: ISP-I

Activity Level
Moderate
View
Scenic Mountain Ascent & World’s Largest ZipRider Code: ISP-K

Activity Level
Moderate
View
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The excursions are provided as a sample of what may be offered on this voyage and are subject to change.
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07Skagway (Alaska)
Skagway (Alaska)

Skagway (Alaska)

Skagway (Alaska)

United States
11 Excursions

Sat, September 4

07:00 – 19:00

Feel the same rush of excitement as the gold rush chasers did, when they first arrived in Skagway, intent on finding their fortune. While the gold may now be gone, a treasure trove of natural glory waits to be discovered here. The adrenaline of America’s legendary gold rush still pulses along Skagway’s streets, especially in Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park and the historic downtown area – which sprang up during the heady heights of the 1890’s goldrush. The jagged mountain ridges – with peaks of white snow above a treeline of soaring pine forests – provide a reward for the ages. Recapture the evocative sense of adventure, as you ride one of the world’s most spectacular railroads. Your engine will puff steam below the precipitous, colossal scenery, while the vintage carriages curve around the White Pass & Yukon Route, alongside tumbling waterfalls and spanning deeply-etched gorges. Wander historic trails like the Chilkoot Trail Hike, to walk in the well-trodden footsteps of the gold seekers. Set on the northern tip of the Inside Passage, Skagway luxuriates in a remarkably beautiful and dramatic landscape. Explore mighty rivers teeming with thick salmon leaping over rapids and see brown bears edging from the shelter of the trees. Endless forests spread as far as the eye can see, while bald eagles perch on treetops, surveying the surroundings from above. Whales roam offshore, and glaciers creak and calve nearby, in this magical natural kingdom.

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11 Selected OPTIONAL Shore Excursions
Skagway Wildlife Safari Code: SGY-008

Activity Level
Moderate
View
Rainforest Bicycle Adventure Code: SGY-010
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Last Frontier ATV Adventure (Self-Driven) Code: SGY-012
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Eagle Preserve Float & Fjord Cruise Code: SGY-A
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Skagway Streetcar City Tour Code: SGY-E
Activity Level
Minimal
View
White Pass Scenic Railway Code: SGY-G
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Glacier Discovery by Helicopter Code: SGY-K
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Rock Climbing and Rappelling (All Levels) Code: SGY-P
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Inside Passage Sea Kayaking (Haines) Code: SGY-Q
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Chilkoot Trail Hike & Float Adventure Code: SGY-S
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Heli Hike & White Pass Rail Adventure Code: SGY-T
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
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The excursions are provided as a sample of what may be offered on this voyage and are subject to change.
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08Juneau (Alaska)
Juneau (Alaska)

Juneau (Alaska)

Juneau (Alaska)

United States
18 Excursions

Sun, September 5

Arrival 08:00

Extraordinary adventures amid nature’s wildest staging await at Juneau. The majestic Mendenhall Glacier sprawls down from Juneau Icefield, which provides an icy cap to the area’s rip-roaring scenery. State capitals simply don’t get more dramatic than this isolated, remote city lost amid the Alaskan wilds. Even the roads eventually peter out, absorbed by forests and viewpoints, firmly underlining the isolated location, hidden behind an impenetrable wall of rigid mountains. Rise up to Mount Roberts Tramway’s viewpoint, to see the city swallowed by this most colossal backdrop. This is glacier country, and no fewer than 38 ice flows branch off from the main Juneau Icefield, slowly carving out valleys in their wakes. Taku Glacier cuts deep into the mountain, forming a colossal sculpture that is one of the world’s thickest – almost a mile deep. Mendenhall Glacier cascades down, just 12 miles away from downtown, terminating in its own lake and visitor centre. With 1,500 square miles of ice field to explore, one of the best ways to take in the magnitude and majesty of this epic ice sculpture is to hold on tight on as the propeller whirs, and you soar into the skies on an exhilarating sightseeing flight. Cruising up above the icy world that fills in these serrated mountain peaks is a once in a lifetime experience. The animals that inhabit the Southeast Alaskan wilds are just as inspiring as the landscapes – families of bears patrol the riverbanks, bald eagles survey the surroundings watchfully, and Pacific humpbacks migrate from Hawaii’s waters to feast on the krill rich, icy waters. Fish for huge catches, power across the ice in a snow-sledge, or kayak just below glaciers. However you choose to immerse yourself in it, Juneau’s incredible outdoor adventures never disappoint.

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The excursions are provided as a sample of what may be offered on this voyage and are subject to change.
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18 Selected OPTIONAL Shore Excursions
Taku Glacier via Helicopter and Airboat Code: JNU-001
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Mendenhall Glacier & Gardens Code: JNU-002
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Exclusive Luxury Whale Watch Code: JNU-003
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Alaska Culinary Experience & Whale Quest Code: JNU-004
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Mendenhall Glacier Guides Choice Trail Hike Code: JNU-007
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Iditarod Dogs’ Summer Camp Code: JNU-C
Activity Level
Minimal
View
Discover Alaska’s Whales Code: JNU-D
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Whale Watching & Wildlife Quest Code: JNU-E
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible
View
Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Centre & Mt. Roberts Tramway Code: JNU-F
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
Mendenhall Glacier & Whale Quest Code: JNU-G
Activity Level
Minimal
Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible
View
Pilot’s Choice Glacier Exploration Code: JNU-H
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Whale & Mendenhall Glacier Photo Safari Code: JNU-L
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Heli-Flight & Mendenhall Glacier Walk Code: JNU-N
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Helicopter Glacier Walkabout Code: JNU-Q
Activity Level
Extensive
View
Glacier View Sea Kayaking Code: JNU-R
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Mendenhall Glacier Float Trip Code: JNU-S
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Helicopter Glacier Trek Code: JNU-T
Activity Level
Physically fit
View
Whales & Wilderness Exploration by Private Boat Code: JNU-X
Activity Level
Moderate
Accessibility
Moderate Mobility Issues
View
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The excursions are provided as a sample of what may be offered on this voyage and are subject to change.
Call Cruise Connections for pricing and details.
09Juneau (Alaska)
Juneau (Alaska)

Juneau (Alaska)

Juneau (Alaska)

United States

Mon, September 6

Departure 04:00

Extraordinary adventures amid nature’s wildest staging await at Juneau. The majestic Mendenhall Glacier sprawls down from Juneau Icefield, which provides an icy cap to the area’s rip-roaring scenery. State capitals simply don’t get more dramatic than this isolated, remote city lost amid the Alaskan wilds. Even the roads eventually peter out, absorbed by forests and viewpoints, firmly underlining the isolated location, hidden behind an impenetrable wall of rigid mountains. Rise up to Mount Roberts Tramway’s viewpoint, to see the city swallowed by this most colossal backdrop. This is glacier country, and no fewer than 38 ice flows branch off from the main Juneau Icefield, slowly carving out valleys in their wakes. Taku Glacier cuts deep into the mountain, forming a colossal sculpture that is one of the world’s thickest – almost a mile deep. Mendenhall Glacier cascades down, just 12 miles away from downtown, terminating in its own lake and visitor centre. With 1,500 square miles of ice field to explore, one of the best ways to take in the magnitude and majesty of this epic ice sculpture is to hold on tight on as the propeller whirs, and you soar into the skies on an exhilarating sightseeing flight. Cruising up above the icy world that fills in these serrated mountain peaks is a once in a lifetime experience. The animals that inhabit the Southeast Alaskan wilds are just as inspiring as the landscapes – families of bears patrol the riverbanks, bald eagles survey the surroundings watchfully, and Pacific humpbacks migrate from Hawaii’s waters to feast on the krill rich, icy waters. Fish for huge catches, power across the ice in a snow-sledge, or kayak just below glaciers. However you choose to immerse yourself in it, Juneau’s incredible outdoor adventures never disappoint.

09Tracy Arm (Alaska)
Tracy Arm (Alaska)

Tracy Arm (Alaska)

Tracy Arm (Alaska)

United States
1 Excursion

Mon, September 6

07:30 – 17:00

A visit to this icy world of savage beauty is repeatedly described as an unmissable, holiday highlight. Tracy Arm is a narrow, deep fjord near Juneau, Alaska, named after former secretary of the navy, General Benjamin F Tracy. Nearly 50 kms long, the twin Sawyer Glaciers are located at the furthest end of the fjord. Sailing through narrow passages carved out by glaciers, vertical cliffs rise up from the water whilst numerous waterfalls send torrents of water plunging downwards. A sense of adventure is definitely in the air. Both tidewater Sawyer Glaciers are actively carving leading to enormous chunks of ice falling into the water. Some pieces are the size of buildings, thankfully some just a few metres long. Often an electric blue hue, it’s a stunning sight. The noise of the ice as it tumbles into the water lives up to its name, white thunder. The sound reverberates through the air, bouncing off the narrow walls with larger chunks of ice creating huge wakes. Tracy Arm Fjord is a designated wilderness area within the Tongass National Forest, as such there are plenty of opportunities to observe the local wildlife. Bears, wolves, eagles and mountain goats all pass through. Harbor seals rear their young on the ice floating in the fjords and whales and sealions are regular visitors. There are camera opportunities galore.

1 Selected OPTIONAL Shore Excursion
Tracy Arm Fjord and Glacier Explorer Code: TYA-A

Activity Level
Moderate
View
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10Day at sea
Day at sea

Day at sea

Day at sea

International Waters

Tue, September 7

Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is going to the gym, visiting the spa, whale watching, catching up on your reading or simply topping up your tan, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.

11Day at sea
Day at sea

Day at sea

Day at sea

International Waters

Wed, September 8

Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is going to the gym, visiting the spa, whale watching, catching up on your reading or simply topping up your tan, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.

12Seattle (Washington)
Seattle (Washington)

Seattle (Washington)

Seattle (Washington)

United States

Thu, September 9

Arrival 07:00

Even if you think you know Seattle, Silversea guarantee that by your next visit, the city will have changed. Because that is the nature of Seattle, always marching unashamedly towards the future. This is the city that gave Silversea’s Starbucks, Nirvana and Fraser (plus numerous other celebrities from music legends to retail giants). It’s a city that knows how to surf the next wave with aplomb and grace. It is the city of the future. That is not to say that it doesn’t treat its past with respect. Settled by five pioneer families in 1851, the town quickly grew after the Northern Railway was extended to meet the coast in 1893. The Gold Rush of 1897 sealed the city as one of the great places on the west coast. The history of the city’s 100 Mercer girls – girls that were brought back by pioneer Asa Mercer who deemed the city had shortage of marriageable women – is just one of the quirky facts that makes the Seattle impossible not to love. Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington, yet there is a village vibe that is uncommon in metropolises. If you truly want to enjoy the unique hybrid of tradition and progression, then take a tour of Pike Place, Seattle’s famous farmer’s market. This was where the term “locavore” was coined, and local producer-customer meetings are not only commonplace, but are encouraged. Go hungry as the huge indoor market is laden with tasty options of food options, from fresh vegetables and fruit from to prepared food that can be eaten whilst enjoying a great view of the bay.

The excursions are provided as a sample of what may be offered on this voyage and are subject to change.

Seattle to Seattle

Silver Muse

Silver Muse

Classic

Silver Muse is without question an inspirational work of art. The best place between sea and sky, 8 dining venues, spacious outdoor areas and up-to-the-minute technology makes her simply divine.

  • Crew Onboard411
  • Guest Capacity596
  • Suites298
  • Dining Options8
  • Fitness Centre
  • Connoisseur’s Corner
  • Dolce Vita
  • Casino
  • Zagara Beauty Spa
  • Observation Library
  • Venetian Lounge
  • Arts Café
  • Panorama Lounge
  • Pool Deck & Jacuzzi Area
  • Boutique
  • Zagara Beauty Salon

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Travel Insurance (Trip Cancellation & Trip Interruption) is included for the basic cruise package. Any add-ons to the basic cruise package (such as Air upgrade etc.) will incur additional charges.

Early Booking Bonus Savings of full payment by 8/31/21.

Cruise line reserves the right to charge a fuel supplement without prior notice, including on fully paid bookings. All offers, rates & sailings are subject to change & availability at time of booking. Promotion is capacity controlled and may be pulled out at any time without prior notice. Certain restrictions apply. Cruise Connections reserves the right to correct errors & omissions. BPCPA #28364

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