Glide into charming Seward port with its myriad natural and historic attractions. Visit verdant Kodiak Island, ‘Alaska’s Emerald Isle’. Then sail on to tiny Amaknak Island where the port of Dutch Harbour awaits. Discover the famed fishing port of Cambridge Bay. Venture into gorgeous Greenland at Ilulissat and Nuuk. Visit the thriving metropolis of Boston, followed by the bustle, excitement and bright lights of New York.
Explore the quaint Seward Museum where fascinating memorabilia reveal the town’s interesting history. Delve into the past at various museums around Kodiak, including the Baranov Museum dedicated to the island’s history and the Alutiiq Museum, which explores the cultural traditions of the indigenous Alutiiq people. Take the bridge from Dutch Harbour to the tiny town of Unalaska to visit the insightful Aleutian World War II Visitor Centre. Take a stroll in Cambridge Bay to learn about the community’s history, and stop over at the Arctic Coast Visitors’ Centre to discover Inuit art and culture. Drink coffee with the locals at a traditional Kaffemik in Ilulissat. Discover the sophisticated universities and prosperous history of Boston. And immerse yourself in the fast-paced hustle and bustle of New York City with its melting pot of cultures and nationalities.
This spectacular cruise will take you on a culinary tour for the senses. Alaska delights with its incredible array of fresh seafood, including succulent salmon dishes and impressive King Crab. Canada adds to their incredible seafood offering with quintessential reindeer hotdogs and sourdough bread. Savour a traditional suaasat soup in Greenland, along with various meat dishes and fresh berries. Of course, New York and Boston offer an array of fare from all over the world to cater for any taste.
In Seward, kayak alongside sea otters, hike the town’s many lush trails, embark on a fishing expedition or go on a thrilling dog sled ride. Hikers and mountain bikers are spoiled for choice with the many trails available at Kodiak’s National Wildlife Refuge. Challenge your fishing skills in Cambridge Bay, traditionally named Iqaluktuuttiaq, which means “good fishing place.” Gaze in awe at the Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Sermeq Kujalleq, the most active glacier in the world. Glimpse the elusive northern lights in Nuuk, Greenland. Don’t miss a trip to Boston’s iconic Harvard Square in Cambridge. And explore Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park and the many other famous attractions of New York City.