Global Travel Media » Blog Archive Big savings and no deposit on American Queen exploration cruises | Global Travel Media

Home » Cruise Packages » Currently Reading:

[sam id="86" codes="true"]

Big savings and no deposit on American Queen exploration cruises

November 25, 2021 Cruise Packages No Comments
Huawei Black Friday Cyber Monday = Home Page

Newly rebranded American Queen Voyages will debut a new deluxe exploration ship in 2023 and offer a record 26 all-inclusive expeditions in Alaska that year, with big earlybird savings and no deposit needed until the end of next January – for bookings made by December 31, 2021.

In 2023, American Queen Voyages will debut the new 200-guest expedition ship, Ocean Discoverer, which will join twin sister, Ocean Victory, [pictured] on a series of 11 and 12-day deep-nature adventures to less visited destinations in Alaska from May to October, 2023.

Adding to the value are a host of complimentary inclusions such as a pre-cruise hotel stay, all onboard meals, onboard beverages, comprehensive shore excursions, port charges and ships gratuities.

Built expressly for low imprint, high-comfort exploration in remote areas and sporting an innovative design and swept-back X-bow that promises a smoother ride, the deluxe, eco-friendly Ocean Discoverer and Ocean Victory, which begins cruising in 2022, will sport a shallow draft of 5.1m, allowing access to secluded destinations bigger ship cannot reach. The new, hi-tech, clean-fuel ships will each boast a spectacular, aft-facing infinity pool, jacuzzi, two restaurants, panoramic observation lounge, library, fitness centre, piano bar and 93 luxury staterooms – all with ocean views and the majority with private balconies. Each vessel will also carry Zodiac crafts, kayaks and a team of naturalists, marine biologists, scientists and historians.

American Queen Voyages’ biggest foray into Alaska in 2023 will see the line take nature-lovers to secluded, less visited villages as well as breathtaking glaciers and wildlife sanctuaries. A total of 26 10 or 11-night voyages are available from Sitka in Alaska to Vancouver, Canada, or vice versa, with a one-night, pre-cruise hotel stay also included.

Smaller, more remote and less visited destinations in Alaska featured in the cruises include the Russian- flavoured island town of Sitka, the black bears, humpback whales and bald eagles of Frederick Sound, the hiking, moose and native Tlingit culture of Kake, the spectacular glaciers dropping into the fjords of Endicott and Tracy Arms, the pristine ‘Little Norway’ wilderness of Petersburg, the harbour village of Wrangell, the towering sea cliffs and waterfalls of Misty Fjords, the traditional Tsimshian community of Metlakatla and the colourful native culture and salmon centre of Ketchikan.

Complimentary shore and Zodiac excursions as well as kayaking from the ship’s own marine platform will be available throughout each voyage.

Edited by: John Alwyn-Jones, Cruise Editor

0 0 votes
Article Rating

0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Comment on this Article:







Subscribe To Receive Our Daily Global Travel Media Newsletter

The FIRST Australian-based news alert is to be delivered every Morning to your Inbox before you arrive at your desk.

Sponsor / Partners

Luxury Traveller by Robert La Bua – SideBar  Position -1
Top 25 Restaurants
Travel Index

 

ADVERTISEMENTS

Huawei – Black Friday / Cyber Monday Sales = Tower

ADVERTISEMENTS

ADVERTISEMENTS

ADVERTISEMENTS

ADVERTISEMENTS

Huawei – Black Friday / Cyber Monday Sales = Tower

GLOBAL TRAVEL MEDIA VIDEOS

 

 

 

Huawei – Black Friday / Cyber Monday Sales = Tower

Advertisments

Huawei Black Friday Cyber Monday Sales = Leader
Global Travel Media
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x
%d bloggers like this:
Global Travel Media
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x
%d bloggers like this:
sitemap